24-year-old Cody Wygant was playing video games when his infant son began making too much noise, interfering with Wygant's quality time with his Xbox. Instead of attending to his son's needs, Wygant — who was the child's primary caregiver — chose to suffocate him instead. Then he went back to the television (which can be turned off if it is too loud, making it much easier to handle than a baby.)
The best part about holidays (besides that some of them come with presents and some of them come with your parents going on a cruise and leaving you alone) is that there's often some kind of food challenge that goes along with the festivities. On Independence day people force hundreds of hot dogs down their throats and on Easter some people celebrate by gorging themselves on 100 peeps in under two minutes.
Kylie Minogue's "Golden Boy," a previously unreleased track that was intended to be on Minogue's latest Kiss Me Once dropped this morning to coincide with Record Store Day. Unfortunately, only 1000 copies of the vinyl have been made available for purchase. If you're not keen on fighting your way to the front of the line at your local record store to collect the physical copy, you can listen to the song online as many times as you'd like. No turntable required.
Fire fighters were called to a home in Roseville, California on Tuesday where a family was being terrorized by their housecat. The owner, who wished to remain anonymous, called authorities when Khat (I don't know why that name is terrifying to me) attacked the owner's sister, mother, and brother, sending them to the hospital with superficial wounds.
Brace yourselves, parodies of that viral "being a mom is the hardest job in the world and we want to sell greeting cards in the most disingenuous way possible" American Greetings ad are coming. Bud Light (AKA the best drink in the world) has already created a response to the original video, selling viewers on another important job: Being a dad.
Freshly-approved by the FDA, US markets are about to get their first taste of powdered alcohol. So, basically, we're all about to be treated to grown-up Kool Aid. I'm pretty sure I can hear Rebecca shouting with glee from Texas.
The cast of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 did a Q&A for kids this week, and star Andrew Garfield got a healthy dose of side-eye from Emma Stone when he answered the question of how Spider-Man got his suit in a particularly smarmy way.
The current administration heading Turkey has announced plans to house gay prisoners in yet to be built all gay prisons. Gay rights groups in the country have expressed concerns about further marginalising LGBT+ persons in a society generally hostile to homosexuality, and where gay prisoners are usually housed in solitary confinement.
Melissa Behnken was recently visiting Disneyland with her husband and three children when she was approached by a park employee who allegedly insisted that she either pull her shirt up or put on a sweater because she was showing too much skin.
The World's Dreamiest Man Idris Elba and his beautiful girlfriend Naiyana Garth are parents now, which is wonderful news even though it means you have to quash your disappointment that Idris Elba is not now, and will definitely never be, your boyfriend.
The latest, greatest thing has bubbled up from the depths of the Youth Internet. It's the serial novel After, written in installments by a 25-year-old Texan named Anna Todd. And it's pretty much the One Direction fanfic version of 50 Shades of Gray. If you've ever wanted to bone Harry Styles, well, this is the novel for you.
In today's Tweet Beat, Zach Braff stays ahead of the rumor mill, Ellen Page and Megan Amram get new tats and Nick Carter and Joey Fatone are in an *NSYNC/BSB feud.
Adrianne Wadewitz, an important and rare figure in the world of Wikipedia editors and a scholar of 18th-century British literature, died earlier this month from head injuries sustained during a rock climbing fall. According to Sue Gardner, executive director of the Wikimedia Foundation, Wadewitz – who worked on the Wikipedia pages for Jane Austen and Mary Wollstonecraft – "may have been our single biggest contributor on these topics — female authors, women's history." Gardner told the New York Times Wadewitz's death at the age of 37 "a huge loss" for the site.
Look, I hate to ruin your Friday afternoon, but I really wanted you to hear this from me, not Facebook: Tom Hardy apparently got married? Maybe? Nobody's sure?
Welcome back to the verdant field where Vanity Smurfs run free… Celebrity Instagrams, presented without comment. Enjoy.
The celebrity industrial complex shows no signs of slowing down, and the business of tracking public figures continues to be lucrative. Just ask Vlad, a paparazzo who drives a brand new Mercedes E350, which he paid for in cash.
Much as we love the present trend of sticking drug-molecules on everything from coffee mugs to t-shirts, we crave something new. Fortunately, science-themed artist Delftia has a novel take on subtle drug jewelry: pendants that replicate spider webs spun under the influence of psychoactive drugs.
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She's appeared on the Oscars, The Biggest Loser, iCarly, Restaurant: Impossible, and almost every major talk show. Now, for the first time, Michelle Obama will be appearing as herself on a scripted TV show for adults. And the lucky show is... Nashville.
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