June 11, 2013
Peruvian national police raided an underground gay bar in the city of Pucallpa last week to shut down a same-sex wedding ceremony.
Facebook held its annual shareholder meeting today. On deck: questions about mobile, advertising, and why doesn't my News Feed do what I want it to do?
They argue that the NSA spying programs were wrong but say whether Snowden broke the law is a separate issue.
A squishy, spotty banana's just a muffin you haven't made yet.
Sony versus Microsoft isn't good versus evil. It's money versus money.
Mwah mwah MWAH.
Spotify is set to receive San Francisco's so-called "Twitter tax breaks" in exchange for "giving back" to the community. Meanwhile, the city has shut down the means to keep companies accountable.
Show both your dads how much you appreciate them with these unique cards.
The advocacy organization — and Verizon customer — is fighting the metadata-collecting program uncovered last week in the Guardian.
Kids these days. So into their First Amendment rights.
Makes us scream.
The president popped into an off-the-record briefing with reporters Monday.
Standard and Poor's took down JPMorgan Chase's ratings outlook from stable to negative. And the government's implicit support for banks might be on the way out.
E.W. Jackson's self-published book Ten Commandments to an Extraordinary Life has a big error on the cover. Commandments — not "comandments."
After months of rumors, Waze has finally been bought. Google beat out Apple and Facebook for the traffic app maker.
Replete with eating disorders, backstabbing, and cat drawings. Here's how to make the most of your summer lounging, including suggested cocktail pairings.
Put that hunk of plastic to better use than just printing out your ticket confirmations.
Two performers for Britney, Ke$ha, Katy Perry, and more discuss how to get noticed, the importance of training, and the great dream of working with Beyoncé.
Hedge funds are intensifying their focus on Japan amid reports that funds stand to boost assets by as much as 20% under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s economic policies.
Search is dead. Now get in your car.
Apple's desktop has a radical new design. ...And I think I stumbled onto it at BuzzFeed's LA office.
She also did something really gross with a crucifix while she was there. Obviously, this story is NSFW.
Because turning the oven on is just so not happening.
"The answer to this delicate security dilemma is neither blank checks nor blanket opposition."
"We'll probably have to take three extra ethics training courses this year," one employee grouses on Facebook.
"There is nothing special about the timing other than we have been aggressively pursuing Hezbollah's financial networks and the facilitators for their financial activity in Lebanon for some time now," officials says.
Let's hear it for Mitch Anderson, everyone!
The prime minister told protesters they would "pay a price" and said he'll meet with protest leaders Wednesday. Dramatic photos from the past two days as riot police attempt to push demonstrators out of Taksim Square.
After letting it play out in Congress, Obama goes big on immigration at what Republicans say is the worst possible time.
You know this is why cell phones are so germy, right? A semi-scientific study.
A new Smash Brothers, a new Mario Kart, and a four-player Super Mario. So, is anyone going to buy a Wii U?
"You put that little phone in the charger and it's facing you—anyone can watch you while you sleep. We're entering 1984."
At least, according to the gamers.
As part of sweeping layoffs, Zynga's New York operations were completely shut down. Here's an inside look at the implosion.
And the internet's, too.
Stand out from the music festival hordes with an easy cut-out shirt that isn't fringed.
Lululemon shocked Wall Street for the second time in four months with the surprise announcement that Chief Executive Christine Day would be leaving the company.
"I wear three inch heels, or I wear nothing."
Your taste buds won't even know what to do with themselves.
A listless start by comparison for the other senate hopefuls in New Jersey's special election. "Did you see how unexcited Pallone looked when he said he was excited?"
Followed by bomb threats near the Georgia State Capitol building. No injuries have been reported. Check back for updates.
Strangers in a dress shop where a trans teen tried on dresses for prom were actually supportive.
Despite the Steven Spielberg movie, despite all the books about a figure supposedly written about more than anyone besides Jesus Christ, yes, there are things you probably don't know about him. Here are a few from Rich Lowry's new book, Lincoln Unbound.
The 'Xbone' places restrictions on whether or not you can sell games that you've bought. In comes Sony with an official "instructional video" on sharing games.
The most enthusiastic Lululemon customers have developed their own language for speaking about the brands products, fits, and more.
Hundreds of police in riot gear moved easily past barricades in Istanbul's square early Tuesday. Many of the protesters, who had occupied the square for more than a week, were pushed into nearby Gezi Park.
The man who leaked various materials on secret government surveillance programs made front pages around the world.
It costs 400 dollars, and these are the games you'll be playing on it.
President Barack Obama and President Xi Jinpling met last weekend, and users of the Chinese social network Weibo noticed something.
One of them is her uncle, Fred Upton of Michigan.