After the destruction of two skyscrapers by terrorists, we found a small rotten boat made in 18th century Philadelphia.
Office 39, the branch of the North Korean government responsible for funding Kim Jong Un.
In the past year, Europeans have paid al Qaeda $66 million in ransoms.
An unpleasant event, but so much great color in this story about the West Village gunfight.
"A woman who answered the phone at the Pink Pussycat, an erotic shop nearby, and gave her name as Cheyenne Whittier..."
On every day of the last week, the Homestar Runner wiki was updated. The New Age of Enlightenment continues apace.
Why was A-Rod buying salad on the Upper East Side at 9:45 this morning? Or: WAS HE
Of the top 15 highlights on Amazon, two are from Pride and Prejudice. The rest are from Hunger Games books. Good job, teens.
Some pageant show comes on TV. "She says the best piece of advice she ever got is: 'Never give up.'" Oh. Solid advice.
So Verizon made an ad about how you can listen to your music or whatever, featuring Sid Vicious and Debbie Harry.
And a safety warning about how you should "not attempt" some dumb stage dive, no doubt mandated by their idiot lawyers. 2014, ladies and gentlemen.
Obviously the ad is terrible, so please understand that this is an inverse endorsement.
Can't decide if this is a metaphor or just a tidy future talking point for environmentalists.
I geeked out a little on the leaked Michelle Nunn campaign plan. Campaign Plans 101!
What if there were a campaign run entirely by PACs? We're starting to get a sense of what that might look like.
The irony of this ad, of course, is that the White House now has solar panels.
Critiques of presidents as the worst or incompetent or dangerous tend to peak the year of reelection.
The immigration issue, says Palin, is what makes "the battered wife say, 'no mas'!" Oh.
Sometimes I think Sarah Palin oversimplifies complex issues.
How to find how you're rated as a passenger by Uber drivers. (I'm a 4.8.)
No movie has been more obviously terrible from its preview / promotion than The 100-Foot Journey.