June 12, 2013
Davide Martello, an Italian-born pianist and composer, took to a piano in Gezi Park in Turkey Wednesday in an attempt to calm tensions between the riot police and protesters. Tuesday morning authorities entered the park to remove political banners and clean.
Once you see it...
"Sen. [Jeff] Merkley thought the meeting would be on an area that he had already been briefed on, and when conflicts arose he missed the meeting," liberal lawmaker's office said in a statement.
Tokyo's Sembikiya looks like a jewelry shop. Harry & David need to step up their game.
Happy hump day!
Says spying program has foiled "dozens" of terrorist plots.
Naturally, he killed it. Then he heard about the criticism and kindly informed the world that his dad was in the Navy and he was born and raised in San Antonio.
Everybody’s doing it.
Armando Iannucci, creator and write of HBO's Veep, sits down with BuzzFeed to talk politics. How Washington is like LA.
The phrase "exciting holes" might speak to you in a way that's not related to food. I'm OK with that.
His fighting styles were "Ni-Ten Ichiryu, Muay Thai, Brazilian Juijitsu, Girly Biting and Scratching."
Because you're way too tense and it's freaking everyone out and you need to relax.
On the surface, hashtags will help Facebook users engage in "public conversations." More importantly, they will help brands target advertising more precisely, which will benefit Facebook's business as well.
See photos of what's been described as Istanbul's "uneasy calm."
The best way to experience a new place is to sleep outside under the stars.
How did you let this happen again?
Facebook lets you pay to make sure more of your friends can see your posts. But will anyone use it?
"This is putting American lives at risk and clearly done to hurt Americans," King says of Greenwald's scoops.
What in this world is better than a really solid nap? NOTHING, is the answer.
Come on now. You know you're not having just one more.
"He has apologized and I apologize as well," says Senator Jeff Flake.
Fox and Friends' Brian Kilmeade interviewed the spokesman of the English Defense League, a group opposed to the spread of Islam. "It's great what you're doing," he said.
People on Weibo are obsessed with what food China will bring on their space missions. Compare these with photos of Korean, Russian, and Japanese space food.
And you'll never guess where it is.
Bill Clinton told doctors he would not be refused and haggled his way into the operating room just before Chelsea was born. "Father of the Year."
The Bush center celebrated by wearing exuberant socks.
"We don't bid on big car plants here and shame on us."
Anger, love, laughter, and snobbery. These are the coping mechanisms of the new console war.
Without having to pop a Xanax.
"Are those your drums? Those are beautiful!" Watch the late night-host compliment just about every drummer to ever appear on the show in exactly the same way.
Her family told her to never forget the face and the name on the "Wanted" posters. She didn't. Joselyn Martinez tells her story.
You'll thank us later.
He may look harmless, but he's actually a merciless monster.
"Perjury is a serious crime. Mr. Clapper should resign immediately," Amash says.
Seriously, why do these businesses not exist?
After the fizzling-out of the Occupy Wall Street movement in America, protesters from New York arrive in Tunis and Istanbul. Familiar tent cities, different goals.
And the cat just... takes it? WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU, CAT?
There are movie posters and then there are movie posters.