June 28, 2013
Plus Fred Armisen on life after SNL, 7 more reasons to be excited about the royal baby, and a look inside the World Thumb Wrestling Championships.
It's an odd world of social misfits, awkward geniuses, wealthy 25-year-old virgins and cougars. One woman shares her perspective.
The former president also had things to say about Edward Snowden, but priorities, you know?
The anniversary of the Stonewall riots is this weekend, but many people don't know the real story behind the protests. Read this comic to get a sense of what really happened.
Four years ago, Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff was sentenced to 150 years in prison. UPDATE: He's not really Bernie Madoff's nephew.
Ballantine Books has announced that it has cancelled publication of Paula Deen's New Testament, originally slated for an October release, even though it's currently the No. 1 most popular book on Amazon.
UPDATE: A spokesman for Zimmerman's defense has confirmed that the picture is of West and his "mortified" daughters and apologized for the "grossly insensitive" image. Yes, this is the same lawyer who told the knock-knock joke in court.
He's the CEO of a movie studio now!
Cheer up, buddy!
Haha, you wanted to use those crayons to DRAW a PICTURE? Amateur.
You Have To Read This Letter To Trayvon Martin's Friend, Apologizing To Her For Being Mocked While Testifying
"You are a thousand Nat Turners, a quiet spring of rebellion, and some folks don’t know how to handle that."
This happens to every president.
Shares of the fast-casual dining company double after its initial public offering.
Can you guess which of these is NOT a photo?
Dutch artist duo Front404 decorated security cameras with party hats in one of the Netherland's largest cities to celebrate George Orwell's 110th birthday.
The Senate approved comprehensive immigration reform Thursday by a 68–32 vote count and the legislation now moves to the House. The bill would legalize millions of current undocumented immigrants. Here are some photos of immigrants from the early 1900s courtesy of the the New York Public Libary's digital collections.
File-sharing service pulls documents relating to Ecuador's domestic spying program "because Scribd received a legally valid claim of copyright infringement pursuant to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (DMCA)."
Mike Huckabee suggested that both he and Jesus were displeased with the ruling against DOMA on Wednesday. Here are some of the best twitter responses.
Gaming's most iconic characters struggle to stay relevant to a new generation.
Waiting in line is for suckers. It's time to make cronuts at home.
Last night's draft was weird.
The latest in meteorological nail trends, y'all.
Because clearly we were all cuter then.
We're blowing the lid off this totalitarian regime! Once you peel back the layers of child-like wonder, it kind of sucks to be a wizard.
Awww, future leader of the free world.
Shares of smartphone maker Blackberry lost roughly a third of their value Friday after first quarter earnings missed expectations. The company's market value has shed about $3 billion since Thorsten Heins took over as CEO in January 2012.
These tips and tricks should be easy enough for anyone with a rudimentary knowledge of Photoshop.
It is only Act I, but the battle between the board of Men's Wearhouse and its recently fired founder George Zimmer has already been uncommonly ugly. But the corporate bloodletting is only beginning.
It was bound to happen...
BlackBerry delivered its first-quarter results today. They're basically scorched earth, with a huge miss on BlackBerry 10 sales, which has sent the stock down nearly 30%.
The First Lady joined Instagram Thursday and has already posted five images and two videos from the presidential trip to Africa.
A “Moment of Joy" for an iconic couple.
Stay young. Stay classy.