July 17, 2013
"A junior staffer did a stupid thing," says the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.
Her star quality was as big as her hair.
Give me a moment while I dab my eyes.
Exiled from Defcon? No big deal, says the DoD's man on the ground. A tale of two worlds intertwined, PRISM be damned.
The cover has outraged many who see it as glorifying a terrorist. But what does the feature story reveal?
Here's what happened today!
They call it a pink mass and it's supposed to "turn her spirit gay" in the afterlife.
"Congratulations! Your connection has endorsed you for the following new skills & expertise: Marketing, Thought Leadership, and...Pole Dancing?"
Hallelujah! He has risen!
The Duchess of Cornwall is usually out of the public eye. Probably because she's hidden behind her big, amazing hats!
You're not Gen X, but you're not Gen Y either. Here's what it's like being caught in between two generations.
Bear in mind this has nothing to do with how well they hosted the show.
Robert Rodriguez denounces a lawsuit filed against the Texas Film Commission by the production company behind his movie, calling it "completely without grounds." Updated
Bad Robot is teasing us. Bad robot!
Activist investor and hedge fund billionaire Carl Icahn launched his final campaign to keep Dell a public company during the CNBC Institutional Investor "Delivering Alpha" conference in New York. The contentious and close vote between Icahn and founder Michael Dell over ownership of the computer giant is scheduled for tomorrow.
That special, special day when your youth was corrupted.
A breakdown of the credit cards that will get you on the road ASAP.
Mattel's problem: Girls don't need to be perfect any more. But Monster High dolls are booming.
It is dangerously hot out there. Go get yourself some ice cream.
He has two shows going on Fox right now — Masterchef and Hell's Kitchen — and their steady ratings count as a huge win these days.
If you feel like you aren't well, please google your symptoms.
Take a deep breath. Life is too short to stress out.
Yes, BRA ads. For both Conservatives and Liberals.
Please take one. As the subject of his new table book, PJ McQuade makes it easier to bring joy into the lives of pedestrian strangers everywhere.
"Ugh, Insights is down again."
Dreams really do come true. Especially when you run after them for five miles.
He can kick your ass.
The animal kingdom is about to have a sass-down. Inspired by the trending tag #BlackBuzzFeed.
Twitter's new recommendation engine might be a bit too good. Reporters: pay attention.
Act like a man, think like a oversized suit-obsessed maniac.
That story and more in today's CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
Hey, Flo Rida, you're awesome, but what in the heck are you talking about?
After Bad Kids Clothing started selling a T-shirt listing all the names of Swift's rumored exes, her fans got mad. Really mad.
WHAT DID WE DO TO DESERVE THIS.
"The survivors of the Boston attacks deserve Rolling Stone cover stories, though I no longer feel that Rolling Stone deserves them."
A Mabson Enterprises compilation is about that whacked out remix life, including a supremely awesome one by Dan Deacon.
Graduation Day is here for NCAA Football 14, perhaps the last installment in the series.
Usually if you do this you are a big d-bag and everyone is like, "PUT YOUR SHIRT ON, THERE'S NO BEACH HERE! But for Orlando Bloom, it's OK.
Ferris wheels aren't actually that bad because you're usually too busy making out to notice that you're a fasquillion feet in the air.
Sell your house and quit your day job because LIFE IS A (COZY) HIGHWAY.
The video for Autoheart's "Moscow" features gay Russian soldiers sharing a smooch in front of the Kremlin.
WARNING: You can never un-see this video.
The wait to shop H&M online may soon be over. The Swedish brand has been flaky on the subject and today Glam.com tweeted demanding some answers. H&M responded claiming online shopping will be available to US customers this August. With any luck, you can finally eliminate that all-encompassing dread you feel upon attempting to look through the physical store's mountains of disorderly merchandise.
"She's a hater."
Two words: missing child.
You'll be the talk of the teacher's lounge with these smart classroom ideas.
Libraries so stunning you probably won't get much reading done.
"Just angered Obama's press secretary. Word."
"It's like rain on your wedding day…a day and place you chose because it's known not to rain."
Barbecues are awesome by nature and they don't need to be fancy. But use even one of these tips and you will feel like a genius — and have more time to hang.
Yes, the Vatican is offering indulgences to those who follow Pope Francis on Twitter during World Youth Day, but that's just one small part of their social media campaign.
Lesbians everywhere learn what "UFC" means.
Proposals for the best ad series ever.
The MSNBC personality's days of just being a news anchor are over.
This is messed up.
"Others issue conclusions before facts are known and that's not helpful to the process," the White House press secretary said Wednesday. He also said the findings in the I.G. report on the IRS targeting conservatives were "intolerable and inexcusable."
Here, have a mental health break.
Probably not, but give it a try anyway.
Please make it stop.
Sometimes the perfect inspiration comes from our childhood.
Sorry, screaming ideologues and internet atheists! You've been demoted.
Actually this is just great life advice in general. Mostly.
When Christer Strömholm traveled to Paris in late 1950s, he left with a captivating portrait of the trans women who made a living in the city's red-light district.
My old ad profs said "the best ads have a personality." Well, these ads are all real jerks.
Ladies to pay attention to in the music world.
He feels "brotherly" emotions towards her. He's not sure whether she deserved to be attacked.
Oh my goodness.
Don't you ever try to tell me public television isn't sexy.
Big-name money managers, including Jim Chanos, let investors in on their next big investment idea. The talk was part of the CNBC Institutional Investor "Delivering Alpha" event in New York.
How do you control super-geniuses? Sakey's new book, Brilliance, tackles fear of the unknown and oppression in a dystopian near future. BuzzFeed talked to him over the phone about how the idea came about.
The U.S. Geological Survey will be conducting a full review.
Born in the U.S.A.
The woman known as Juror B37 issued a new statement Wednesday after four other jurors said the opinions she expressed didn't represent all who served in the trial.
You'll probably be outraged at who is NOT No. 1.
UPDATE: Harry Reid dropped the bomb. Maybe you heard about filibustering in the Senate and the threat of a "nuclear option," and maybe you're still a little bit confused about what it all means. Sit back and let the cast of Mean Girls walk you through the finer points.
"How is having every phone call that I make to my wife, to my daughter, relevant to any terror investigation?"
Preet Bharara, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, loves two things: using aggressive tactics like wiretapping to take down white collar criminals and making occasionally corny (but sometime hilarious) jokes. Here are some of his best.
Cricket! The ESPYs! What's not to love?
The good, the bad, and the blood-soaked.
Lesbihonest, it's hard to tell sometimes. Take this quiz to see if you can tell them apart.
The food was laced with insecticides. At least 25 have died.
Being a grown-up blows.
At least being #foreveralone has SOME super-specific benefits.
Phil Kent, the longtime head of Turner Broadcasting, announced Wednesday that he was leaving the company, to be replaced by John Martin, the current chief financial officer of Time Warner. The elevation of Martin puts another business, rather than creative, executive in charge of a Time Warner division.
Sorry you're not sorry.
"You can get killed just for living in your American skin."
They're pretty pissed that Rolling Stone refers to him as "The Bomber," etc.
"While we're on the subject of nominations..."
It's perm week on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, so, without further ado, here's Bruce Willis with a perm.
It's a very cool promo for Game of Thrones.
Queen Elizabeth gave her blessing to a bill legalizing same-sex unions in England and Wales.
Probably based on a true story. An awesome true story.
This happened at a place called Canada's Wonderland, and it lives up to it.
"There isn't a single person that I have called or who I have spoken to in person who has said, 'I'm sorry, Debbie, I can't give money to the DNC because I'm going to give money to OFA' ... I'm not sure the same is true in reverse, to be quite frank," DNC Chairwoman says.
Victory was sweet.
Dorothy Wilde was often described as a gutsy femme fatale. She led a life with enough adventure to pack one of her uncle's novels.
Pretty bad. But the consequences have likely been minor.
Life lessons brought to you entirely in black and white.
Some books are better the eighth time around. What book do you find yourself pulling off the bookshelf over and over again?
Our decision is final. We will brook no argument.
Ah, yes, finally: a break down of the final showdown between the puppy and the dandelion. Warning: this content is extremely
violent okay for children to watch.
Everything was so tight...and so pink.
If we all watched this when we were kids then we all would have been TV journalists on this station by now. No question.
Footballers? Pah. It's all about cricketers this summer.
Because taping a paint chip to a wall is just not cutting it anymore.
Justin Timberlake and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis are up for six awards each, more than any other artists.
If I wanted a challenge, I'd be climbing a mountain.
No pants is good pants.
Someone Wrote "#NoJustice #NoTip" On A Restaurant Receipt In Florida Because That's The Best Way To Protest The Zimmerman Ruling
According to the boyfriend of the waitress, the customer wrote they wouldn't tip in solidarity with Trayvon Martin. The user who posted it has since admitted he faked it just to show how racist people could be.
A Restaurant In Texas Called Redneck Heaven Was Told That Their Waitresses Had To Start Wearing Clothes
Turns out a few people weren't really OK with naked people serving them food.
It's still a strange place. 10 photos.
If you've got ten minutes to spare, this is quite phenomenal. It's a new world record, by the way. No-one has ever managed to topple more than 30,000 before.
Raise a glass to the best and most creative chalkboards known to man.
UPDATED: Police continue to stress that there is no tie to the George Zimmerman verdict. How did the death of two Florida brothers become a rallying point for conservatives?
Great Britain's monarch favors her trusty Launer bag in patent black, but the company's owner says his brand's designs are selling "fantastically" in brighter colorways. And hey, it's never to late for HRH to embrace tangerine.
"Vogue UK," 1966
The England striker claims that he is angry and confused by Man United. Naturally Twitter was quick to react.
He recently proposed to Behati Prinsloo. She said yes.
Don't look into the eyes. Those dead, unblinking eyes. Click below each image to reveal the answer.
Why do companies these days insist on trying to be your friend, adopting that twee, faux-matey tone? Here are a few of the worst offenders.
Let's hope they never check their @ replies.
The two most important men on the internet are now one, and it is very serious and very glorious. GIFs, of course, are required.
A memorable moment for the New York legend.