October 3, 2015
En caso de que estuvieras considerando un tatuaje de acuarela, en toda gloria.
Parts une et deux.
"This could be one of the great military coups of all time if they send them to our country ... and they turn out to be ISIS."
But really, who did it?
Lily Eskelsen García, president of the National Education Association, said the endorsement came after a “hotly discussed and debated” process. Clinton made a special trip to sway the NEA board on Saturday, winning 75 percent of the final vote.
Trenza al arcoiris.
Hey Phil, how's the daughter?
Police said two others were injured in the attack, which came two days after an Israeli couple were murdered in front of their children.
Two explosions in Abuja late Friday marked the first time the capital had been under attack since June 2014.
A hillside collapsed and buried much of the town of El Cambray following torrential downpours on Thursday.
(It's just a thought)
“Today, we are going to make a young child’s dream come true…”
Todo es lindo hasta que alguien se hace popó dentro de tu carro.
Sometimes opposites do attract.
“It doesn’t feel very ‘Wolverine’ to be getting primped like this. But Wolverine don’t give a f***.”
Easy dipping for the holidays, football season, and study snacking.
The chicken sandwich chain is already larger than Chipotle, and as it expands to new markets like New York, industry watchers say it poses a threat to the giants of fast food.
"What might work in New York City is certainly not going to work in Montana. So, for the federal government to be having any kind of, you know, blanket rules that they're going to try to impose, I think doesn't make sense.” Update: A spokesman says Clinton was "warning against" federal blanket restrictions that would prevent localities from going further.
It's not all cuddles and purring.
Start packing your bags!
Halloween is, by far, the least scary thing about this season.
Secretly recorded videotapes of Planned Parenthood doctors are at the center of 2015’s biggest political dispute in Washington D.C. Accused of deception, anti-abortion activists say they will provide a Congress complete videotapes this week, unless a court blocks them.
“I want the Church and my community to know who I am: a gay priest who is happy and proud of his identity," Monsignor Krzysztof Charamsa said.
You voted — here are the results.
Here's what was 'grammed this week.
Definitely too old for this shit.
“Why do I know Nicki Minaj’s butt?!”
Hecho: Una cocina hermosa hace que todo sepa mejor.
It's October 3rd. Happy Mean Girls Day!
Let the stars determine your dessert order.
What's more fun than lightly gripping an expensive object over a cliff?
An enormous pollution plume that spun around central Texas last year appears to have been triggered by a single oil and gas collection facility. The plume is just one example of how the fracking boom is changing the environment in the Lone Star State.
The science of gun violence doesn't match liberal or conservative talking points. Here's that and other great science stories from BuzzFeed and around the web.
Fish don't burn in the kitchen, beans don't fry on the grill.
YASSS THE START MENU HAS RETURNED.
Where were these when you were in school?
In an interview with BuzzFeed News, Apple CEO Tim Cook talks about universal search, a key feature of the next-generation Apple TV.
"Let's build yahoo.com! That's how this works, right?"
Who cares about looking cute?
It doesn't take a lot of money to look this expensive.
Just say it!
Consider your morning made.
"We change nothing and we pretend that it won’t happen again.”
It took seven years to bring Freeheld — the true story of an embattled lesbian couple in New Jersey — to the screen. Ellen Page, Julianne Moore, director Peter Sollett, and the film's other key players tell BuzzFeed News how it finally happened.
Time to let your favorite fall vegetables steal the show.
In a statement released the day before the Conservative party conference, ministers have also blamed the Labour leadership and trade unions for encouraging boycotts.
Some of London Fashion Week's highlights look remarkably similar to disease microbes. But who wore it best?
Médecins Sans Frontières says 22 people died in an airstrike on a facility in Kunduz, northern Afghanistan. The top U.S. officer in Afghanistan will appear before the Senate Armed Services Committee Tuesday.
Around 200 migrants entered the tunnel causing services to be suspended on Friday night.
Parce qu'on devrait tous se traiter de «face de crêpe» un peu plus souvent.
This. Is. Awesome.
The Tories are in high spirits.
The press hates you, lots of your party hates you – can you make it through a week without resigning?
Tous les noir-e-s de France ne sont pas des délinquants, des sportifs ou des dealers.
Des astuces très simples pour enfin éviter le fléau de la saison.
Chris Harper-Mercer described a life of loneliness in a rambling note left at the scene of the shooting where nine people were killed Thursday.
The organization said three staff members in Kunduz died and more than 30 others were missing after "sustained bombing" hit a hospital. The latest information on this incident can be found in this BuzzFeed News story.
The debate, done entirely in French, was the last of the federal election.
People are changing their profile pictures and tweeting #YesImAChristian in support of Christians killed in the mass shooting at a community college in Oregon, even though the shooter's motives remain unclear.
The Navy on Friday will start using high sensitive equipment to search for the El Faro, which sank last week, officials said. All 33 crew members are presumed dead.
More than 200 people exceeded the drive's capacity on Friday — an outcome that didn't surprise longtime residents of the tight-knit Roseburg community.
Do you still think about me?
“You don’t get tired of fried food, you just have to stop eating it or you’ll die.”
This music video urges Indo-Canadians to vote for Stephen Harper because "he brought hundreds of thousands of immigrants to Canada."
How about unconditional love?
It feels so fluffy.