June 17, 2013
Tomatoes, basil, and mozzarella are best friends and belong together everywhere. For instance: in a sandwich! On a pizza! In an omelet! On a cracker! In your mouth!
So very, very sad.
Doug Kass was one of the most prominent and prolific market tweeters. But he left today, driven out by what he claims are "too many haters."
UGH I CAN'T.
"The truth is the truth."
You can't look away!
Somebody give this man a Nobel Prize.
A DIY guide to the original arm party.
*And a gay woman and a straight man.
It's "transparent," the president tells Charlie Rose in an interview. Here's a portion of that transcript, from PBS.
Lyndon Johnson singing with his dog. Epic.
Robert Kraft is probably scared of the Russian president. He should be.
E! basically invented Kim Kardashian, so why was it last to report that she gave birth? It was like if ESPN didn't mention who won the Super Bowl for an hour.
Hedge fund managers rely on their name recognition to raise capital from investors. But their notoriety undercuts the possibility of finding a successor.
Can we just get on with this already?
Once one of the most popular bands in America, Live went through tough times after their huge success. Here's how I found them again, in the last place I'd expect to look, and how their trip back to the limelight involved music, dark fiber, and IndyCar Racing.
The beloved cereal mascot has been lying about his rank for decades. Is this treason?
From survival to s'mores, here's everything you need to know to ensure a flawless camping trip.
The source of the Guardian's NSA leaks emerged Monday to take a few questions from journalists and readers. He loves his country, hates Dick Cheney, and has seen those pictures of his girlfriend.
Successful Kazakh PR work?
The NSA leaker says the government can read people's emails, and that's wrong no matter which country they live in.
Google aims to bring wireless internet to parts of the unconnected world with newly launched "Project Loon." But the initiative isn't entirely philanthropic.
This is why we can't have nice things.
Miss Alabama Mary Margaret McCord, who finished second in the Miss USA pageant, said she would "rather someone track my phone messages and feel safe wherever I go than feel like they're encroaching on my privacy."
The New York Mets infield does an excellent impression of a Little League team.
Skechers' 'Twinkle Toes' for girls line is experiencing a renaissance. Even Steve Madden's daughter owns a pair.
Moaning and groaning about the weather? You have bigger things to worry about.
Guess the celebrity owner of these feet!
PBR KISSES AND CHEETO DREAMS.
"That hurt, man," the crack scandal-embroiled mayor said. The 27-year-old juice-thrower faces assault charges.
Spend less time unloading beverages and more time DRINKING THEM.
Phil Mickelson may have lost the U.S. Open, but he's still America's dad.
Over the weekend, riot police detained hundreds of protesters in Turkey. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan held rallies in Ankara and Istanbul, telling supporters on Sunday that those behind the protests will pay a heavy price.