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July 30, 2013

Eileen Brennan's 15 Best Moments As Mrs. Peacock In "Clue"

The Oscar-nominated character actress, who passed away Sunday at 80 from bladder cancer, had a long and varied career in classics like The Sting, The Last Picture Show, and Private Benjamin. But for many, she will be best remembered as the daffy and delightful Mrs. Peacock in 1985's Clue — here are her best moments.

"Ready For Hillary" PAC Merger Falls Through

Insiders versus outsiders and a disagreement over who made the first move. "It wasn't necessarily a deal that could be sweetened enough for me and my team," says HillaryFTW's Pacheco.

Cartoon Network Takes Over Taiwan's Trains

Pretty much the best way to get to work ever. Nancyhsu1990 commented, "Taiwan High Speed Rail turned the latest train into the world’s first Cartoon Network theme train. Had a great time riding it, though somehow it seems that parents are more excited then the kids…"

Sydney Leathers In A Bikini (A Prelude To Porn)

The heartbroken Anthony Weiner online mistress, or submissive, or just plain girl who couldn’t keep her trap shut about being virtually dominated by Carlos Danger, was spotted taking meetings with Vivid.. This can only mean one thing. Yep, you’re…

MIT Issues Long-Awaited Report On Aaron Swartz Case

MIT has released an internal review of their handling of Aaron Swartz, a programmer and Internet activist who committed suicide in January after being charged with hacking into the institute's computers and downloading millions of articles from the digital academic database JSTOR.

ABC Family Renews "Switched At Birth" For Third Season

Perhaps to make up for killing Bunheads, the cabler has given the groundbreaking hearing/deaf drama a third season and ordered more episodes for The Fosters and Twisted. Plus, creator Lizzy Weiss on the news and what lies ahead.

Bradley Manning Found Not Guilty Of Aiding The Enemy

Developing: A military judge has ruled that the 25-year-old private is not guilty of "aiding the enemy" but is guilty of 20 of the 22 charges against him and faces a maximum of 136 years in prison. He admitted to leaking classified information to Wikileaks.

Best Of The Web: 20 Google Street Views The Internet Can't Explain

If you thought that epic roadkill you spotted while looking up directions on Google Street View was insane, you ain't seen nothing yet. Rogue scuba divers and much, much more have been snapped by Google's cameras, and you can gawk at them all via… The 20 craziest Google Street Views the Internet can't explain The worst things you can do at your job Curry-flavored oatmeal is a savory, questionable breakfast choice

10 Real Proposals As Told By Instagram

Believing that weddings ought not bring out the bridezilla in each of us, Stone Fox Bride — a high-fashion boutique in Manhattan — was founded on the principle that planning a wedding is also a process of self-discovery. Molly Guy, creative director… I know we are all liberated feminists who scoff at any kind of relationship that resembles a 1950s' June Cleaverish, dinner-on-the-table-by-six-or-else situation. But when it comes to proposals, why do even the most free-thinking badasses want their one and only to get down on one knee with a diamond ring? Maybe it has to do with the fact that, in our insanely fast-paced culture of Instagrams and instant gratification, it's rare that anyone takes the time to honor a tried-and-true tradition that existed way back when our great-great-grannies wouldn't show their petticoats in public. So, let's all make a pact to not feel guilty for wanting our boo to surprise us on bended with ring, roses, and bubbly. Here's how it went down for some of our fave Stone Fox Brides who walked into the showroom flaunting their bling. Photos: Courtesy of StoneFoxBride.

Mexican Coke Is The Best Coke

Mexican Coca-Cola has taken trendy New York spots — and the rest of America — by storm. Because it's made with real cane sugar instead of that silly high-fructose corn syrup jive!

The 10 Most Irresistible Things Women Do

Everywhere you look, on every billboard, on every channel, there's beautiful, scantily clad women. So you could be forgiven for thinking that female beauty is relegated to large boobs and a tiny waist. But the truth about women -- and about the men…

The Cost Of Becoming A Superhero

Why the 5,000-calorie diets and punishing workout routines actors go through to transform into a comic book hero could be more harmful than Kryptonite.

Magritte Meets Mario

Delightfully niche Tumblr. 8-bit tributes to the paintings of surrealist artist René Magritte.

WWE Raw Results 7/29/13

If you’d like to know what happened on tonight’s WWE Raw but don’t want to read star ratings and wordy paragraphs to decipher it, With Leather is here for you. Here’s what happened on the totally not taped July 29, 2013, episode of WWE Raw:

Tropical Storm Flossie Slams Hawaii With Heavy Rain, Wind

The first named storm in more than 20 years struck the Hawaiian Islands on Monday, lashing the state with strong winds and heavy rain, and knocking out power to thousands. The system weakened to a tropical depression as it moved through.

"Fox And Friends" Fact-Checked Sarah Palin

"I'm not sure that the numbers support that," host Alisyn Camerota said over the weekend discussing a claim Palin made that the media was complicit in covering up the recent scandals that have plagued the Obama administration. "I think that there's been even some significant outrage on the part of many media people and pundits over the IRS scandal for example," Mike Huckabee said.

In America, The Cheese Is Dead

Market researcher Clotaire Rapaille was interviewed for an episode of Frontline on advertising and marketing back in 2003. I like what he had to say about the differences in how the French and Americans think about cheese.

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