June 20, 2013
A Koch-funded "Liberty" Hackathon causes StumbleUpon employees to threaten to walk out. Tech's complicated relationship with conservative causes.
Here's what happened today!
No need to fear your own inbox. Gmail's got a few hidden email features that you need to know about.
Congressman Louie Gohmert, who recently filed an amendment to the failed farm bill to cut food stamps altogether, questioned "the amount of obesity in this country" from "people were told do not have enough to eat."
Demonstrators trying to bolster support for gun control read aloud from a list of more than 6,000 gun violence "victims" — including at least 10 murder suspects who were killed by police.
Toiling away in an office doesn't have to be the worst thing ever.
I need an adult!
A lot has changed.
That is what we call bipartisan.
It's amazing. And brief.
"I am extremely disappointed that some of my Republican colleagues did not recognize a conservative movement toward market-based policy and solid welfare reform when they saw it," Rep. Ted Yoho said.
Don't even try with Royce White if you're not one of the most impressive women in American history.
Customer service as social justice.
It's getting a little snarky in here.
We all know about Stonewall Inn, but what about places that haven't been officially recognized?
Honor America the right way this 4th Of July: with mountains of fruit and shining seas of heavy cream.
Just moments ago, Facebook unveiled a new video-sharing option for Instagram. It's the fourth big "product unveiling" the company's had this year, none of which has significantly moved the stock in either direction.
Here are the key dates and events that led to the blockbuster $5 billion deal between China's Shuanghui International and U.S. pork producer Smithfield Foods last month, based on information from its recently released proxy statement.
You might think that states with the heaviest drinking rates also have the highest rates of fatal car accidents. But, that's not the case.
How the internet's most powerful company became a clone mill.
When you're here, you're family. (That we have a very strained and complicated relationship with.)
It's not just sports where victory or defeat can be decided in a single moment.
The results are in: These schools combine excellent athletics with high academic standards.
The queen's horse Estimate won the Royal Ascot's signature race, the first time in history that a reigning monarch has won.
Let's see what the designers at London Men's Fashion Week have up their sleeve for bros to wear basically one year from now. I hope you like tracksuits.
It's like selling your soul to the devil. BUT WORSE.
Guaranteed to humiliate the kids. With a big assist from Awkward Family Photos.
A sudden revival in reputation for the NBA player who looks most like a dinosaur.
It takes more than just staying sober for your toast. You should definitely do that too, though.
Hernandez is a rising star in the NFL, but reports say he may be a suspect in the death of his girlfriend's sister's boyfriend.
This is the droid dessert you've been looking for. Yes, let the envy of a first grader's birthday cake flow through you.
Carl Icahn, the 77-year-old billionaire activist investor, just joined Twitter. Will he tweet more than Warren Buffett?
"Thank you for calling Abercrombie & Fitch public relations. If you are calling regarding the Taylor Swift T-shirt, please note this is no longer available."
Good work, everyone. We did it.
Rumors circulated yesterday that Deen had made a series of insensitive remarks during a recent deposition. Well, the transcript is out.
It sounds inconceivable. It's not.
Save money and keep your home chemical free with these DIY recipes.
Work it, architecture. Those fancy glass skyscrapers wish they had half your class.
Barack Obama kept calling George Osborne "Jeffrey" in his G8 speech. The internet wasn't going to let that one pass.
"Vogue Paris", 1978
On Wednesday, they're hosting a press conference with a billionaire Obama donor.
He was a college professor. Hagel was speaking at the University of Nebraska where he went to school. He had previously answered a question on Afghanistan and negotiating with the Taliban before the exchange.
Some of Wall Street's top companies have come under fire from investors fed up with their current management and financial performance and agitating for change. Call it the golden age of the activist.
The Iowa Republican and immigration hardliner holds a six-hour "press conference" to protest the Senate's immigration bill. "I didn't know when we started out this morning if I might be standing here alone till 5 o'clock tonight," he said.