December 4, 2016
Key is quitting after eight years in office.
Matteo Renzi's resignation comes after constitutional reforms he backed were rejected in a referendum on Sunday.
Sure it's cheap, but you can still get even more bang for your buck.
Jingle all the gay.
"I think Donald Trump is going to do some really good things and turn this country around," one member said.
It's intense, to say the least.
The protesters win.
A pizza restaurant reopened two days after an armed man stormed the place to "self-investigate" a ludicrous conspiracy theory that the restaurant secretly provides underage prostitutes to top Democrats.
Just... one... more... episode.
The alleged Charleston church shooter had been representing himself in court, but on Sunday he asked for his lawyers back for part of his trial.
Harambe was added after pressure from American Twitter-users.
“It’s so HOT."
"Guys, my dreams are coming trueeeeeeee!"
It might sound crazy, but it ain't no pie.
Reviled as a dictator by some, praised as a revolutionary by others, Fidel Castro's ashes were interred Sunday in a secretive ceremony.
Avocado on everything.
Negative reactions like burning skin, rashes, and hives have been reported.
The fake embassy flew an American flag outside and had a framed picture of President Obama hanging on a wall.
Critics of the administration's efforts to forgive student loans will capitalize on the revelation that the programs will cost tens of billions more than expected.
Norbert Hofer was on the brink of becoming Europe's first democratically elected far-right head of state since World War II.
Who's about to have the coolest desk ever? Y-O-U.
Director Bernardo Bertolucci admitted that the lead actress in Last Tango in Paris never consented to a scene where Brando raped her using a stick of butter.
“I want to know for my own health and safety."
Would you tempt the spirits?
"Indian womanism and Familism: repacking patriarchy in fancy words."
Gambia has witnessed the defeat of its president Yahya Jammeh, who ruled the country for more than two decades, crushing dissent and eliminating his rivals. His former butler speaks out for the first time about life at the heart of the regime.
Is anything actually better than chicken nuggets?
Skittles or M&Ms?
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU DID.
"My god... It's full of stars."
Your routine vs. everybody else's.
Tell us what still makes you cringe when you see your coworkers.
Go out with a bang.
Yes, these movies were released two decades ago and not 10 years ago (although it may feel like it).
FYI, the Nintendo Wii came out a decade ago.
These fast-food chains need to be stopped.
Elegant ideas for any budget. The products in this post were updated in October 2017.
All those things you forget to buy until you desperately need them, delivered to your door.
Houston, we want them all.
Will it be puppies or kittens for you?
Even the blackest of hearts will have feelings about this.
Head massagers, a rainbow light projector, metal Christmas trees, and 30 other amazing products for everyone on your list.
"We set out to find her, trap her, and thank her."
Because Christmas food and movies go hand in hand.
Let's turn that frown upside down!
BritainsDNA has told people that their ancestors invented porridge or brought farming to Britain. But its claims are often either nonsense or true for all Europeans, scientists say.
Penchons-nous sur ce débat une bonne fois pour toutes.
Car les produits pour prétendument «étirer les boucles» sont une vraie arnaque!
Perdre un être que je n'avais jamais rencontré s'est avéré bien plus épouvantable que je ne l'aurais imaginé.
J'ai même presque envie d'y retourner.
Who's worthy to ~Slytherin~ to your Chamber of Secrets?
"He's the leader who guided us to the revolution and gave us everything that we have right now," said a 17-year-old student, who was celebrating the life of Castro.
"He really did do this."
'Tis the season to trade in your surfboard for a snowboard.
How deep is your love of chocolate?
Police said the fake press release was sent out to save the lives of two men, but local news outlets said they were concerned about the police department's tactics.
As many as 40 people are feared to have died after the blaze at the artists warehouse in Oakland, California, on Friday.
"This has the potential to have a transformative impact for thousands of people," said the CEO of the National AIDS Trust following the historic decision to offer PrEP to those most at risk of infection.