January 9, 2014
The controversial activist and writer died at the age of 79 today.
Gov. Pat Quinn to appeal the decision, saying federal support would help local governments in nine counties recover expenses from the deadly storms in November.
Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich said Thursday he accepted New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's apology for top aides conspiring to shut down lanes on the busy George Washington Bridge to cause traffic as part of a political vendetta against Sokolich.
Whether or not their relationships lasted, these foxy ladies enjoy the presence of a younger man!
No one's perfect.
The Velveeta cheese wells have run dry, largely due to a surge in demand from celebrations surrounding the New Year and post-season football.
After numerous old photos of frozen lighthouses began circulating on the internet this week, BuzzFeed went to find out how the record cold spell truly transformed a Lake Michigan landmark.
What kind of mailing lists do we unsubscribe from most? Flowers. We HATE flowers.
Hello, welcome to Intercourse.
As Egyptians prepare to vote on whether to accept a new constitution, cartoons capture the mass hysteria and mild criticism that is permissible to share.
A festive bunch.
You press buttons and a piping-hot burrito comes out! It's basically magic. Guacamole, sour cream, and Tabasco sauce optional.
Devyani Khobragade, the Indian diplomat whose arrest strained US-India relations, was indicted by a grand jury in New York. Updated: She has been asked to leave the US after India denied a request to waiver her immunity.
Una fiesta de cumpleaños sorpresa es mi peor pesadilla.
Stuck in cold weather? Here are some kick-ice tricks.
From Grace Brown’s Project Unbreakable, an online series featuring survivors telling their stories through photographs.
"I know your mom is proud. I know she is. She should be."
Staples managers are now forbidden to schedule part-time associates for more than 25 hours a week, according to a Dec. 6 memo. A petition against the move is circulating saying the decision is based on the Affordable Care Act.
The uncanny familiarity with the two tech giants of yore's search for a leader.
"Batman" Visits Brazilian Slum Where Residents Are Being Kicked Out Of Their Homes Before The World Cup
An anti-government protester dressed as Batman walks among the poor people of Rio De Janeiro who are protesting the demolition of their homes to make way for the FIFA World Cup.
House Speaker John Boehner and other Republicans are working on a draft set of recommendations for an immigration push this year — and they will include the status of undocumented immigrants currently living in the United States.
All the major and semi-major and small-but-still-made-a-semi-major-impact characters from Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, ranked in reverse order of excellence. This is going to be controversial!
The New Jersey governor won't be able to count on much support from the conservative blogosphere as he fights through a scandal. He burned that bridge long ago.
The former NBA star feared the other players "were going to leave" North Korea ahead of the interview, Rodman's spokesman said.
Keep your damn hands to yourself.
"I believe him, I still support him," says the mayor of Chesilhurst Borough. "I'd endorse Christie again," says the mayor of Harrison, N.J.
Former Port Authority executive and Christie ally David Wildstein, who is testifying before the N.J. Assembly Transportation Committee on his role at the center of the closing of lanes on the George Washington Bridge as part of a political vendetta back in September, repeatedly took the Fifth Amendment Thursday.
The falls actually froze last night, coincidentally after a lot of these old pictures had been shared.
As graduation is slowly approaching, I realized I haven't done half of the things the city of Boston has to offer. Here is a list of 20 things to do before graduation in May! Thanks to those who helped out! **BONUS activity included**
"It's important to spread the word a little bit about what people like us do on a daily basis that goes largely unseen unless you work in the industry yourself."
The state senator was viciously attacked by his son — who then committed suicide — in November.
The governor said all he can do now is apologize.
YOU CAN DO IT. I believe in you.
Anyone who thinks cauliflower is just severely frightened broccoli has some learning to do.
Surprise? Fox News covered the scandal more than Al Jazeera America.
Matthew Barnett of Maryville, Mo., is guilty of endangering the welfare of a child, a misdemeanor.
La lucha es real.
Everyone hates January, right? A New Year rolls in, Christmas excess means cash flow is a bit tight, back to work blues hit and you’ve forgotten that the glowing orb of fire in the sky called the sun even exists. To top it all, the first bills of the New Year are also dropping on the doormat…
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie apologized Thursday for the involvement of senior aides in the politically motivated closure of bridge lanes last year, but still said there may have been a "traffic study" — the original reason given for the closures.
Rien ne vaut un séjour en Australie pour se souvenir que notre planète est belle.
"Awkward timing," says the Times.
Chris Christie apologized Thursday for the politically motivated bridge lane closures last year, announcing that he had fired a top staffer involved.
Ditch the tampons and make your life cheaper and easier.
Political junkies know all about Chris Christie, and imagine that others do too. Now he's the guy who closed the bridge.
Nada levanta más el espíritu que pasar algún tiempo allí abajo.
A gamer named himself "Xbox Sign Out" in multiplayer Call of Duty; chaos ensued.
For those who missed it last night.
This is why we can't have nice things.
Fue un gran año para Jim Carrey.
Noah Mamet, a political consultant with ties to Jim Messina and enemies among donors, is supposed to be on his way to Buenos Aires. But a delay by Sen. Menendez has been a "phenomenal obstacle."
The 19-year-old student also stabbed his own mother with a knife in the attack at the family home in West Sussex, the The Mirror reports. Warning: Graphic.
¿Crisis del cuarto de vida? De ninguna manera, ¡lo estás haciendo increíble! Bien, lo estás logrando.
Etudiants en Erasmus : profitez-en, une fois de retour, vous ne penserez plus qu'à repartir.
So charming you would have thought she was the host.
All the outfits that have officially kicked off awards season.
A majority of people prefer that a woman completely cover her hair, but not necessarily her face, according to a recent survey.
Congressional conservatives are split on the new Israeli policy that allows the government pay for abortions for women between the ages of 20–33, with many quiet, but others critical. “The truth is it’s something that breaks my heart," Rep. Trent Franks says.
Featuring some bonus shenanigans from Ellen Degeneres.