Can You Spot Blue's Cameo in Her Mom's Freak-Nasty Sex Vid That I Love

Like the God of the Old Testament, Beyoncé's terrifying wrath is matched in severity only by her devastating creative prowess. That is why on Friday night she released a video for 7/11, a track from her upcoming album that was released on Friday morning. » 11/21/14 8:01pm Yesterday 8:01pm

GOP Committee Agrees: Obama Didn’t Fuck Up Benghazi

For the past two years, the GOP-controlled House Committee on Intelligence has investigated the Obama administration’s role in the security and intelligence failures which preceded the September 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya—a perpetual source of bizarre right-wing conspiracies. Today the results are in: Obama… » 11/21/14 6:24pm Yesterday 6:24pm

Horse Genitals Taste of Hay and More Curious Delights from a Horsefucker

New York magazine's Science of Us blog published an interview today with a 42-year-old Canadian man who identifies as a zoophile. He is attracted to female horses and is currently in a monogamous relationship with a mare named Ms. C (but he calls her Sexy Knickers). Everything about the interview is incredible. » 11/21/14 5:55pm Yesterday 5:55pm

​Your Guide to This Weekend's Best Television

You can tell by all the Christmas movies and special reruns that it's nearly time for Thanksgiving—check out our streaming guide, if you haven't already—but that just means you're allowed to screw around at work for the next week and a half. Enjoy your televisual weekend! Here's what's on tap: » 11/21/14 5:41pm Yesterday 5:41pm

Fab May Sell for a Pittance While Ex-Founder Abandons Fab-Like Startup

For years, venture capitalists exuberantly assumed Fab, the online furniture store, could be worth $1 billion, despite mounting evidence that it was difficult to make money off of flash sales. Now TechCrunch reports that Fab may soon be sold to PCH International, an Irish supply chain company, for $15 million "and… » 11/21/14 4:54pm Yesterday 4:54pm

Forward or Delete: This Week's Fake Viral Photos

Occasionally, against all odds, you'll see an interesting or even enjoyable picture on the Internet. But is it worth sharing, or just another Photoshop job that belongs in the digital trash heap? Check in here and find out if that viral photo deserves an enthusiastic "forward" or a pitiless "delete." » 11/21/14 4:16pm Yesterday 4:16pm

No One Can Do The "OOH WAH AH AH AH" Part From That Disturbed Song

Even if you despise Disturbed and their chode-rock anthem "Down With the Sickness," you know what it is. And you know the part at the beginning when lead singer David Draiman hoarsely yells, "OOH WAH AH AH AH." After googling the phrase—initially looking for the five-minute "endurance test"—I found this compilation of… » 11/21/14 3:50pm Yesterday 3:50pm

Zen Koans Explained: "The Silent Temple"

What is the wind? Is it a fluid, like water? Is it, like, fire, which would be some sort of magic, or maybe, not a solid, but the other—a gas?—or a category of "heat thing" that is named for its temperature, because what else would you even call it? It's almost a fluid as well, which would be ironic. Anyhow. Is it » 11/21/14 3:23pm Yesterday 3:23pm

Buffalo's Monster Snowstorm Could Cause a Flooding Disaster Next Week

Cities to the south and east of Buffalo are digging out from up to 88 inches of snow this morning after this week's double lake effect snow events. To make matters worse, warm temperatures and potentially heavy rain will cause a rapid snowmelt, bringing the potential for major flooding. » 11/21/14 3:06pm Yesterday 3:06pm

Cosby Lawyers Bullied National Enquirer Into Pulling Rape Story in 2005

Though the multiple rape allegations against Bill Cosby only truly picked up steam this year, they've been around for a long time. In 2005, the National Enquirer planned to publish an investigation into the claims, but Cosby's lawyers threatened a lawsuit. The tabloid published a puff-piece interview with Cosby… » 11/21/14 2:58pm Yesterday 2:58pm

This Kid Just Died [VIDEO]: Grief Porn Enters the Facebook Era

Right now, in a place you've never visited, a person you'll never know is dying. If he's dying in a particularly devastating way—and, more importantly, if he is leaving behind shareable content—it is possible that millions of strangers will mourn his or her death tomorrow. Why? » 11/21/14 1:05pm Yesterday 1:05pm