June 26, 2013
A check-in line for people? Or a roller coaster line for BAGS???
Former South African President Nelson Mandela has been placed on life support, Mandela clan elder Napilsi Mandela told the AFP news agency on Wednesday.
The former congressman resigned over a sexting scandal that revolved around Twitter. Now his followers are mostly men.
We've come a long way.
Many in the congressional GOP were ready to drop the subject, while two House Republicans celebrated the decisions. Rep. Tim Huelskamp called a vote on a federal marriage amendment "the most logical response."
The latest exchange in the awkwardly public back-and-forth between George Zimmer and the company he founded.
Rachel Jeantel said that Martin described the man following him as "a creepy-ass cracker." Later she heard him say, "Get off! Get off!" before his telephone went dead.
Today, we repealed DOMA.
The world's largest retailer cut ties with the former Food Network star on Wednesday.
That story and more in today's CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis' filibuster of a restrictive abortion law blew up on social media, but cable news networks ignored the buzz and stuck with rebroadcasts of earlier shows. Orlando TV news anchor Mark Joyella on why the cable networks dropped the ball.
Certain hedge funds have been employing an investment strategy known as risk parity, which is safe, measured, cautious. Not unlike most of the movie characters played by Steve Carell.
Now in video form!
Next time a sandwich fascist tells you something isn't a sandwich, you can just tell them to shut up.
"The nuclear family, with a dad and a mom and two or three kids, is not the majority anymore," one polygamist cheers.
"Dissents are more fun to write. I gotta say that," he told C-SPAN in 2009. "Argle-bargle," he wrote in 2013.
These Hollywood classics were more like modern day oracles. If it weren't for these visionaries for life to imitate, where would we be?
Busting stashes, taking names.
Hop aboard this emotional roller coaster!
Tortoises calmly telling you about the world's most controversial agricultural giant.
It's been a long time coming.
For even the gay-friendliest employers, DOMA made employees in same-sex marriages more expensive. But with the law struck down, things might get a little easier for companies.
Forget the console war. The house of Mario and conflict minerals.
Eat your heart out, Jane Jetson. From genetically mutated silkworms to the beginnings of a closet full of 3-D printed outfits, fashion is on the cutting edge of science.
Q: Do we really need more social networks? A: Yes, and we always will.
Opponents to marriage equality find themselves dispirited in wake of Supreme Court's decision to strike down Defense of Marriage Act.
KITCHEN knives. If you like to cook and like to be equipped, you will understand.
Coffee is just brown bean-water. Brown bean-water that makes you poop.
"If I had to survive Thea, what a glorious way to do it, as she would be so pleased," says the DOMA plaintiff.
Apparently. Thanks, stock photos.
Don't let all that hard work go to waste!
Movie studios spend millions of dollars to track interest in upcoming films. Could Silicon Valley be Hollywood's new oracle?
A Supreme Court special edition.
Your icy drinks will taste so much better out of a fancy glass.
England is home to many great actors and actresses from all the biggest fandoms. Here's every single one of them.
The president had to be told by phone about the landmark rulings after Air Force One lost internet access.
Kiwis, this is just too much.
Basically, the difference between you and your grandparents' dating scene comes down to a major game-changer.
Michele Bachmann wasn't happy with the Supreme Court ruling in favor of gay marriage today. Nancy Pelosi gave a very curt answer when asked to comment on Bachmann's statement.
With the dismissal of DOMA, married same-sex couples will now be federally recognized in 13 states. Cathy and Catriona could be the first of many binational same-sex couples to receive a legal green card.
Prop 8 was dismissed this morning, making this man's proposal valid. Just try not to cry.
"I'm kind of with you," Republican Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said to Beck on his radio program Wednesday.
"The laws of our land are catching up to the fundamental truth that millions of Americans hold in our hearts."
The star tight end, who was also released by the Patriots, is charged with the murder of Odin Lloyd.
"We're proud of you guys," the president says.
Though the Supreme Court's decisions on Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act were made on the other side the country, San Francisco residents gathered together waiting for an answer.
Ahh, nature. Just you, the wilderness, and lots of clever gadgets and gear.
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This bus crash happened Monday.
Growth for the first quarter of this year came in 1.8%, down from the previous estimate of 2.4%. What happened?
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In the wake of the the Supreme Court's dismissal of the Proposition 8 appeal and ruling that the Defense of Marriage Act is unconstitutional, a look at major moments in the same-sex marriage movement in America.
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The fired Food Network star went on NBC's Today show to explain — sort of — the controversy over her use of the n-word.
The former congressman is at No. 1 — and confident as ever. "All I can say is hang on till January. Help is on the way."
"We are excited to be making history," said Tourism New Zealand's General Manager, who also is excited about the millions of dollars Australian gays and lesbians would bring with them.
Jim DeMint boasts to prospective donors that Rubio is in the Senate, in part, because of his work challenging the GOP establishment. Meanwhile, Heritage is at war with Rubio's immigration plan.
In an exclusive memo provided to BuzzFeed, the DSCC says what their latest victory means going forward.
They're the bedrooms we deserve AND the ones we need right now.