May 25, 2013
Working above 1,700 feet in the air!
Drives up federal deficit for 30 years, hands the bill to his kids.
Three men in their 20s were arrested by British police Saturday following the brutal fatal stabbing of a soldier earlier this week.
He's still got it!
You voted — here are the results.
I did a background check on every one of these adverts, and they're all insane.
The identity of the suspect is unknown, and French President Francois Hollande said authorities are looking into possible connections to the attack in England, but cautioned against jumping to conclusions. UPDATE: The soldier has been hospitalized and is expected to survive.
There is danger around every corner.
15 steps later, you're a man. It's that fucking simple.
Yahoo has entered the bidding for online video site Hulu. But Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer seemed to suggest the company was done with big deals for this year after the Tumblr purchase. Or did she?
It must be nice.
DAMN, GIRL. You's a sexy bitch.
The English Defense League protested the "Islamification" of London while Newcastle Unites protested the English Defense League.
I say this with full awareness that baseball is over a century old. Trust me.
The Oscar winner's new film, We Steal Secrets, about Julian Assange, was effectively pirated by WikiLeaks. He strikes back, accusing them of hypocrisy.
Including the cutest cat GIF ever.
Jaden Smith and Graham Norton were there, too — but mostly OMG Fresh Prince reunion!! (It's also the return of the Carlton Dance.)
Will Smith, Alfonso Ribeiro, and DJ Jazzy all reunited on The Graham Norton Show. They even broke out the "Jump On It" dance!
It wasn't all LBJ's fault, but the league's best player made a couple of key mistakes that helped the Pacers seal a surprising Game 2 win in Miami.
Thank you, Paul George and LeBron James.
The Baha Men wrote this post... inadvertently.
Memorial Day marks the start of summer! Soon you'll be relaxing at the beach again (if you're not already), and these guys want to show you how to do it right.
One of Julian Assange's former employees, who appears in the film, talks about what Alex Gibney got right.