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Above: We don’t know where Kim Jong Un is either, but we did find a photo of this Chinese street food vendor and self-described Kim Jong Un look-alike who may have a short-lived career if the wild speculation surrounding the absence of the North Korean dictator is true. Where in the world is Kim Jong Un? The leader […] [Read More]
Time Warner Cable News in Austin was forced to apologize Wednesday after accidentally tweeting four images of gay porn to accompany its afternoon traffic update. The tweet, which was captured by Jezebel.com and has since been removed, said “TRAFFIC: Your 5:12 p.m. update. Too many!” The apology followed: We sincerely apologize for an earlier tweet […] [Read More]
The images war photographers are capturing in the besieged Syrian city of Kobani are heart-wrenching. Bombed-out buildings. Raging street fights. Wounded soldiers. Refugees fleeing their home, carrying their possessions on their backs and walking alongside tired, hungry children. This bloody, burning city has been under fire for weeks as Islamic State (IS) fighters have barreled […] [Read More]
Stephen Collins, the actor who played the dad on the long-running TV show “7th Heaven,” has confessed on tape to molesting children, according to TMZ. The tape recording, from a 2012 couples therapy session, was obtained by TMZ at a time that Collins and his wife, actress Faye Grant, are in the midst of a […] [Read More]
How are UK soccer fans dealing with the Ebola crisis? They created a hashtag, and it’s trending on Twitter. While laughter is often called the best medicine, #EbolaFootballChants is being used for some tasteless tweets like “When you cough and you sigh and then curl up and die its EBOLAAAA.” Funny or not, it’s happening […] [Read More]
Right on time to get you in a Halloween spirit, the second ‘blood moon’ of 2014 will appear in the sky this Wednesday. Look up at 6:25 a.m. EST to catch a glimpse of this rare total lunar eclipse. Full lunar eclipses are called “blood moons” because sunsets and sunrises reflect off the surface and […] [Read More]