January 21, 2014
The revolutionaries behind the original protests that filled Tahrir Square on Jan. 25, 2011, say the day of their anniversary has been co-opted by the new, military-led Egyptian regime.
Shriver, the nephew of President John F. Kennedy, announced his candidacy for Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday.
"Should we stop saving lives?"
Wait, "Obama Trampoline" was a thing?
If you're having trouble staying motivated or on task during the work day, these 20 hacks are for you.
"I don’t think it is more dangerous than alcohol," Obama said.
The former head of TARP hopes to unseat Gov. Jerry Brown in November.
The hashtag #SwedenLetThemGo is being used to demand the release of a Malaysian couple who have been separated from their children and detained for a month after slapping their 12-year-old son on the hand.
Hope your friends like ketchup lattes…
Did he just say "bumbaclot"? UPDATE: Ford admitted to reporters he was drinking last night with some friends but said he hadn't used other drugs.
The former Republican governor and his wife were indicted Tuesday on corruption charges stemming from their acceptance of gifts from a Virginia donor.
The 18-year-old was recently suspended from a Florida high school for his work with the popular gay porn site Sean Cody.
"We will end the failed war on drugs that believes that incarceration is the cure of every ill caused by drug abuse," New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said during the inauguration of his second term as governor.
Because there's a little bit of Papa Bear in everyone.
"We’re having a rocket in space later on this year; if you get a rocket in space, gaming is a simpler problem."
UPDATE: Purdue Police have released the names of the suspect and victim in today's shooting. A suspect is in custody after a fatal shooting outside the Purdue University engineering building. The victim appears to have been targeted.
Mamá, por favor deja de hablar.
Open call auditions are long, exhausting, surreal, and full of undying optimism. Maybe this is why I keep returning.
U.S. personnel and policy in flux in Cairo.
Berkshire Hathaway will insure a $1 billion prize to anyone who accurately picks the winner of every NCAA tournament game this March as part of a competition from mortgage lender Quicken Loans.
"An experiment" in Washington state.
Not the way Magnavox tried with their ill-fated Odyssey.
A medical examiner has confirmed the worst.
Porque no hay tal cosa como que te laven, corten y sequen el cabello.
Maria Alyokhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova will appear at an Amnesty International concert in Brooklyn next month.
Vogue Knitting Live is an enormous convention that takes place in New York, Seattle, and Chicago every year. It's basically prom, Pinterest, and paradise for knitters all rolled into one.
Mustafa Bakry, a prominent Egyptian journalist and former politician, created a firestorm last week by warning that U.S. citizens would be killed in Egypt’s streets. In his first international interview since, he tells BuzzFeed the remarks were misunderstood — but that "Obama’s foreign policy is putting the lives of American citizens in danger."
The teacher — now an assistant principal — has since resigned from California's Alhambra High School. Update: Another woman has claimed she was molested by the same teacher.
Obtén más espacio, sigue siendo súper organizado y hazlo más bonito.
"The manner in which homosexuals have brought the talk of sex to the roads makes people uncomfortable," said the outgoing president of the Indian Psychiatric Society in an interview published Tuesday on the front page of the world's largest English-language daily paper.
A smart move given the recent industrywide drop in store traffic.
It's cheap, it's tender, and it's so much easier to cook than you think. Basically, it's just a matter of setting your oven really low and having the strength to walk away.
"It's a real death threat, and we're worried about the fact that nobody is responding to this," Snowden's Russian lawyer said. The lawyer cited comments made by intelligence officers, who say they want to kill Snowden, in a BuzzFeed story last week.
Orinar y afeitarse es más difícil de lo que podrías pensar.
Porque estar a la moda nunca incomoda. (Especialmente si hay una cámara de iPhone cerca para documentarlo todo!)
She doesn't have time this nonsense.
Two Mexican Nationals who were taken into custody in Texas are tied to the massive Target retail hack. The data breach from late last year affected as many as 110 million shoppers.
Ali Abunimah and Hussein Ibish were best friends and their generation's brightest lights. Then the two-state consensus fell apart, and so did their friendship.
Lo sentimos, Darwin, pero esto simplemente parece imposible.
UPDATED. The fraternity had been suspended after posting about the party on Instagram, but Arizona State took its discipline one step further on Thursday.
Antibacterial soaps are actually bad for us. Apple juice may be chock full of arsenic. And talcum powder? Be afraid. Be very afraid.
"They wanted to know what does Google ask of me in exchange for Glass, how much is Google paying me, who is my boss and why am I recording the movie." Update: AMC Theaters and the MPAA confirm the incident.
The money from the sale of Trader Media Group could finance its news operations for many years.
El Coma de Cubículo es real, y es una epidemia.
Husky meets baby. We die in delight.
Stalled attempts to resolve Ukraine’s political crisis mirror pitched battles on Kiev’s streets. Pro-government thugs vs. Molotov cocktails.
This is the year you take control of your inbox. Conquer it in just five easy steps.
Instagram is popular, MySpace isn't, and everyone's glued to their mobiles, according to new data from GlobalWebIndex.
It'll be serving drinks from 4am to 1am, seven days a week.
Hulk smash that mash (...or just add some cheese & chives).
Course à pied = deux soutiens-gorge de sport minimum.
After premiering at Sundance, the film sold to Focus Features for roughly $2.75 million, but producer Stacey Sher says the film's crowdfunding backers won't see that money, noting, "It was never about investment."
With Parks and Recreation being renewed for a seventh season, it's time to remember our favorite fictional Indiana citizens.