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.
"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.
"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.
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?
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).
Seven-layer dip is fine, if you're some kind of BABY. The Super Bowl calls for a BIG DIP.
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.
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.