June 24, 2013
Bipartisan Senate majority may want to move towards final passage, but House Republicans aren't in any mood to take up massive immigration bill.
Facebook and Instagram may have won the social video war simply by sitting back and doing nothing.
The Virginia-based pork company cut off ties with the disgraced Food Network host, and some of its customers are outraged. But it's the second time the company has given her a slap in the face.
Proof that practice makes perfect, though it doesn't hurt to start out as a freak of nature.
Victor Martinez sees all.
It was adorable.
Now here's a sign to brighten your commute.
These are 12 of the biggest names in game development. And before they made hits, they had awkward growing pains, like the rest of us.
It's the most ubiquitous hair trend on the internet, but this simple bun contains multitudes.
They left a lot of trash behind too.
Dr. Seuss, also known as Theodore Geisel, worked as the the chief editorial cartoonist for the left-leaning New York magazine PM from 1940 to 1942.
Because 99% of the time, the books are better than the movies. Some of these film adaptations, though, look really promising.
It appears that Texas Republican Rep. Jodie Laubenberg is under the impression that rape kits performed on women in hospitals can prevent pregnancies.
A JP Morgan analyst thinks Google's stock is worth more than $1,000 per share, which would make it one of the most expensive stocks on the market.He's not alone, as nearly a dozen other analysts have a similar price target on the search giant's shares.
Shareholders expressed their disapproval with the pay packages of Abercrombie & Fitch executives including CEO Mike Jeffries at the company's recent annual meeting.
The ultimate "nom or vom."
Because wasting your hard-earned gravy is bonkers.
These are the future leaders of the free world.
*Peeks over the partition* "Hey buddy."
Basically MTV Cribs, Chicken Edition.
Morris the cat wants change meow.
Find out which BuzzFeed stories from May blew up on Twitter (the brain of the internet) and Facebook (the heart).
Maddy Paige was kicked off her Christian school's football team because her coaches were worried she'd give her male teammates "impure thoughts."
Can't we all agree?
Unless someone hits five home runs in a game, David Wright's Sunday — a combined 1,400 feet or so of line drives on balls on the outside half of the plate — won't be topped.
The Treasury Department has been trying to tell the public for years that its bank bailout program has been more financially successful than you think. Here are some charts showing they might be right.
"The balance between privacy and security."
We can all stop freaking out now. An 11-month-old red panda named Rusty vanished from the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, D.C., but was found in a nearby neighborhood a few hours later.
He also gives us the details on The Soup Investigates, a new Klondike campaign, the upcoming season of Community — and Dan Harmon’s involvement with it.
Teens, guys. Teens.
Berlusconi has been convicted of abuse of office and for paying for sex with an allegedly underage prostitute.
Spooky. The statuette at the Manchester Museum was captured eerily rotating of its own accord.
Skins is back on July 1, and our favorite couple is shown hugging in the promo. Let us reflect on the wonders of girl-on-girl action in Skins.
Published. Then deleted. Update: Several hours after this story was posted the New York Times republished their story.
That shirt would look much better on the floor. Ugh.
"I can't go into any details." Glenn Greenwald doubts it. (Updated)
Longtime friends Paul Ryan and Luis Gutierrez bonded over their morning workouts years ago, and have developed an important partnership on immigration reform. "Maybe there is a correlation between working out and loving immigrants," Gutierrez said.
Native Americans protest Nik Wallenda's high-rope stunt over the Little Colorado River Gorge, which is nearby the Grand Canyon not in it.