Illinois Woman Applies for "I Can't Breathe" Trademark to Sell Hoodies

Fifty-seven-year-old Waukegan, Ill. resident Catherine Crump seeks to trademark Eric Garner's dying words "for use on hoodies and t-shirts for men, women, boys, girls, and infants," the Smoking Gun reports. » 12/19/14 9:01am 9 minutes ago

Thank God: Cameron Diaz Is Finally Engaged

It's a Christmas miracle: 42-year-old movie star Cameron Diaz is engaged to be married. After some 20-odd years of eligibility and a truly ill-advised period of dating Justin Timberlake, we're finally getting this gal down the aisle. According to US Weekly, Cam's even talking about having babies. It's all happening! » 12/19/14 8:47am 23 minutes ago

Stephen Colbert Didn't Die In His Final Episode, He Became Immortal

Stephen Colbert is not dead, he's deathless. After 9 truthy years and 1,447 episodes, America's favorite fake conservative pundit—played by a truly smart writer, comedian and satirist—rode off into eternity on the wings of a song Thursday night, vowing to return when America needs him most. » 12/19/14 12:55am Today 12:55am

Bill Murray Gets Free Shit Just for Acknowledging People

It's no secret that Bill Murray—he of the mischievous, twinkling eyes and zero-fucks-given insouciance—can pretty much do whatever he wants. But that goodwill extends far beyond mere party-crashing. Perfect strangers want to fund his lifestyle, just for the honor of being acknowledged by someone with impeccable… » 12/18/14 10:30pm Yesterday 10:30pm

Minecraft's Creator Buys The Most Expensive House In Beverly Hills

In case you needed a material transaction to illustrate just how much money Markus Persson, aka Notch, has having sold Mojang (and Minecraft) to Microsoft, take a look at this: the dude just paid $70 million (and maybe beat out Beyonce & Jay-Z) to buy the most expensive house in Beverly Hills. » 12/18/14 7:34pm Yesterday 7:34pm

D.A. Denies Feds Raided Teresa Giudice's Home for Christmas Presents

Teresa Giudice's sad last Christmas before prison is now fully depressing. According to a report from Radar, the feds raided Tree's house this week, taking "plasma televisions, expensive jewelry, cash, and even the kids' Christmas presents" because the Giudices failed to set up a restitution payment plan. » 12/18/14 4:40pm Yesterday 4:40pm

Now U.S. Theaters Can't Even Show Team America: World Police

In response to Sony's decision to cancel the theatrical release of the The Interview due to vague 9/11-ish threats from a group the FBI says is linked to the North Korean government, a handful of theaters planned to show a substitute North Korea comedy: Team America: World Police (2004). Now they won't even be able to… » 12/18/14 4:30pm Yesterday 4:30pm

Nebraska and Oklahoma Are Suing Colorado Over Pot Legalization

Nebraska and Oklahoma—Colorado's neighbors to the northeast and southeast, respectively—are not happy about the pot-smoking going on in the Centennial State. They're such buzzkills, in fact, that they're suing Colorado in the U.S. Supreme Court in an attempt to reverse legalization entirely. » 12/18/14 4:21pm Yesterday 4:21pm

Bourbon Camp Is Real: Watch Two NY Food Writers' Kentucky Excursion

Here at The Infatuation, bourbon warms us up during New York winters, fuels late-night writing sessions, and has even inspired a cross-country search for great restaurants serving great bourbon. When we heard there was a Knob Creek® Campout happening down in Kentucky, we had to check it out. We may have watched a few… » 12/12/14 7:30pm 12/12/14 7:30pm

This Brooklyn Townhouse Blends Modern Design with Historic Architecture

Having an interior designer as a friend can come in handy. Case in point: after Colin Winkelman purchased his 1,600-square-foot townhouse in Park Slope, Brooklyn, in 2010, he knew exactly where to look for help decorating the historic space: Lindsay Key, a childhood friend who just so happens to be co-owner of Key +… » 12/17/14 11:59am Wednesday 11:59am