Way to set the bar for future product photography unnecessarily high.
This video of a bully named Jaide getting taken down after provoking another girl into a fight is going viral on Twitter. (WARNING: violence and NSFW language).
Love is a battlefield.
Clinton set a new record for travel for a Secretary of State. Friday is her last day at the State Department.
Fab or drab?
Latifa Azizi wants to be the next "Afghan Star."
"I love haters," she says, finally responding to that inauguration lip-synching criticism. "Due to the weather, due to the delay, due to no proper sound check, I did not feel comfortable taking a risk." Today she did.
A reminder to change your passwords if you fire your social media team.
If you can do all of them, you are, by the rules of divahood, Beyoncé.
"My real name is David Jones and I don't have to tell you why I changed it."
Note to drunk football fans: Don't approach television cameras.
On January 30th, Tokyo men overcome cultural norms to scream declarations of love to their significant others. (via Reuters)
Before Michael Jackson, Super Bowl halftime shows only had marching bands and stuff and they were super lame. He single-handedly made halftime better for you and for me and the entire human race.
The act of the 'Come at me bro' did not originate exclusively in the Jersey Shore. One can find many 'come at me bros' naturally occurring in the animal kingdom.
Werner Freund, 79, has devoted the last 40 years of his life to wolves. To learn more about them and defeat the stigmas surrounding them, he became part of their pack.
"You must act. Be bold, be courageous. Americans are counting on you," Giffords tells lawmakers.
It was a match made is psychedelic Heaven. Surreal and melty, just what you'd expect from Dali.
What's the use of having children unless you can mess with them constantly?
Surfer Garrett McNamara may have broken his own world record by riding a 100-foot wave in Nazaré, Portugal. And even if he didn't break any records, it's still a really big wave.
A Google Maps search for "concentration camps in North Korea" will now find you actual, working prison camps. A new form of activism?
An Australian photographer captured the battle for the ages.
Army Sgt. Brendan Marrocco lost all four limbs in an explosion while serving in Iraq. After a 13-hour surgery, he's currently working through physical therapy with a brand-new pair of arms.
She may look like your grandmother, but J.B. Fletcher is a crime-fighting force to be reckoned with. Here's why everyone should re-watch this Angela Lansbury classic.
This isn't your average flip-book. This took some serious talent (and time).
Three hundred bikers stopped traffic on the 10 Freeway so one of the riders could propose to his longtime girlfriend.
Philippe Dubost, a Paris-based product manager found a new way to sell himself to future employers: By turning his resume into a Amazon.com product page. In an email to The Today Show blog, Dubost said he's received over 100 job offers since his resume started going viral.
Seven-layer dip is fine, if you're some kind of BABY. The Super Bowl calls for a BIG DIP.
According to legend, the "Lady of the Cave" protects divers who venture into the world's largest crystal cavern.
Easily the hardest obstacle course race in the world. Competitors battle hypothermia, ice shards, live electricity and broken bones.
Are you serious, serving sizes? Because this isn't a game.
Three editors were transformed into drag queens for a day when RuPaul's Drag Race contestants Alaska, Detox, and Ivy stopped by the office.
Batman: The Animated Series was, by far, the most badass part of Saturday morning cartoons. It single-handedly made 9 AM on Saturday worth being awake for.
Hopefully, this is the start of an online trend of more random acts of kindness.
These continual image releases are a slow burn of happiness.