August 1, 2013
"His proposal would allow federal employees and congressional staff to keep their coverage but would not allow members to exempt themselves."
Enjoy the borscht! A spokesman for the committee wasn't immediately available to comment on the tweet.
Here's what happened today!
Dozens of CIA operatives were on the ground during the deadly terror attack but are being kept quiet with frequent polygraphs and "pure intimidation," CNN reported on Thursday.
Simple English words are so juvenile in other languages.
Sex, drugs, and woodland creatures. Language is NSFW for childhood memories.
Herbalife, a dietary supplement company that has captured the intense focus of three of the hedge fund world's most influential investors, continues to rake in capital, most recently from George Soros. Four, if you count Daniel Loeb.
Kessler said he doesn't regret anything he posted on YouTube.
The former Goldman Sachs vice president was found civilly liable on six counts of defrauding investors in a $1 billion mortgage security deal.
Cinderblock walls, fluorescent lights, and plastic mattresses be damned.
"Russia has stabbed us in the back," Schumer says.
Fox Business Network host Don Imus praised Aslan's book Zealot on Thursday morning. This was an unusual break from the criticism Aslan's book has received from other parts of the Fox News world.
Feel free to fan yourself with your powdered wig.
You've got to get from Point A to Point B somehow, so you may as well make the most of the journey.
Yahoo bought Tumblr because Tumblr has millions of young users. But are they sticking around?
Ariel Castro testified Thursday before being sentenced to life in prison.
The Senate Majority Leader was not pleased with his colleagues' lack of decorum during debate on a transportation spending bill. And he let them know it.
Glenn Beck whipped out his chalkboard to connect Reza Aslan, the author who achieved internet fame this week for keeping his cool during a hostile and uninformed interview on Fox News that focused on his Muslim faith, to billionaire and Beck-villain George Soros. Beck added, "Forget about this guy being a phony Muslim, or a phony scholar; he's a radical progressive."
This story is so heartwarming that it's actually hard to get through.
This shit, they're over it.
Angel Haze got bored, so she made her own version of Kanye's song, and won.
Apparently, the boycott by major retailers didn't work.
Own that ponytail!
With IPO activity on the rise, the New York Stock Exchange has been hosting "boot camps" to whip private companies into shape for going public. Here is what they learn.
Here's the newest dish in our “go-to recipe” column of quick and easy stuff you'll make over and over again.
Bianca Jagger, '70s
Cost of living calculators are often too general to be useful. What if you have a pet, or if you want to belong to a gym? What if you want to live like P. Diddy? BuzzFeed built one that takes all that into account.
NASA scientists compiled 130 years of Earth temperature data into a short animation. See if you can guess how it ends.
The Incredible Story Of The Marine Who Finished A 5K Race With The Little Boy Who Asked Him For Help
“Sir, will you please run with me?”
Best job in the world.
Lawyers for James ‘‘Whitey’’ Bulger released photos of the infamous mobster hanging out with parrots, a goat, and relaxing at the beach as part of his defense.
Rocket attacks in Homs sent a massive ball of fire into the sky. At least 22 people were killed in the blast.
It's Aug. 1, so HAPPY IPA DAY. As if you needed an excuse to drink more of that delicious liquid gold.
Put them on your registry NOW before your baby ends up with a whole wardrobe of ill-fitting onesies. The products in this post were updated in August 2018.
"You painted my face on some shorts? Not impressed."
From gadget cozies to Star Wars posters, these tech-related DIYs are an adorable way to show your geeky side.
"I've read the whole transcript," says the former presidential candidate. He says the church won't be changing its stance on homosexuality anytime soon.
He has reportedly been given papers for one-year asylum in Russia.
The head of the National Security Agency defended the government’s much-criticized surveillance program at a computer hackers’ conference Wednesday.
Reporters chase the newly silent candidate in his old congressional district. "Where is Barbara!"
Is J Street back in the fold? Trying to create the "political environment" in Washington for peace in the Middle East.
During the first six months of the year, 78% of all government requests for data Twitter received originated from the United States, according to a transparency report released on Wednesday.
Everyone makes mistakes, but it's especially funny when big brands make them.