In anticipation of the upcoming HBO concert special, here's Beyoncé singing a cover of Nancy Sinatra's cover of Cher's "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)," written by Sonny Bono. We get it. You're outlaws or something.
The birds are a-chirping, it's a midterm election year, and romance is in the air. Ah yes, as political parties gear up for the great battle in the Senate, the House and gubernatorial positions, once again we women who are eligible to vote are reminded of our importance to the great country of America as a 'key demographic.' And we're about to get the crap wooed out of us.
Today, federal officials announced they will perform an independent autopsy on the body of Michael Brown, at the request of his family.
Today in DEFCON 1 Cuteness, a cat named Snaggle Puss takes in a baby rabbit as one of her own. We never had a chance.
Something must be in the water, because there were a surprising number of really dumb and/or bizarre food crimes this past week. Let's take a look at them, shall we?
Last week, the internet world was torn asunder when a promo image from the upcoming season of Downton Abbey surfaced featuring a plastic water bottle in the background. But now, the cast has taken the silly blunder and turned it into a way to raise money for clean water around the world. Show 'em, Downton!
Notorious cheating website Ashley Madison has joined the ranks of Facebook and OKCupid, peering in on clandestine conversations between people seeking an affair in the name of research. And the conclusion the service (which pairs up married couples looking for "discreet encounters") came to? Monogamy is a failure. Imagine that.
Welcome to the world, baby number two!
It's been one helluva a week. I know we all need rest but first, the incomparable Nina Simone. Enjoy your Saturday night, folks.
Oh wow, don't want to mess with these tough guys.
Following another night of tension, looting, and tear gas, today, Governor of Missouri Jay Nixon signed an order declaring a state of emergency in Ferguson and instating a curfew. You have got to be kidding me.
Apparently the late King of Pop is the gift that keeps on giving.
Today in true love that you could only dream of having, WNBA superstar and all around hero Brittney Griner just got engaged to her girlfriend Glory Johnson. She posted a very cute picture of her, sporting a pink bowtie, proposing to Johnson on Instagram last night. Looks like they were surrounded by friends and/or loved ones!
Alas, the various attempts by this baby elephant (el-infant?) to wake its dog friend are FUTILE, I tell you. The elephant tries poking, prodding, blowing dirt, and even picking the dog's paws up, but to no avail. Even the human's efforts at brushing the canine with a leaf are pretty much useless.
Joni Ernst, GOP candidate for US Senator of Iowa, has served over 20 years in the military, spent 14 months in Kuwait during Operation Iraq Freedom, and as a Lieutenant Colonel, commands the largest battalion in the Iowa Army National Guard. She's a Obamacare-opposing, gun rights-supporting, Palin-endorsed, GOP nut. And she's speaking out about sexual assault in the military.
If a recent lawsuit is to be believed, former Top Chef contestant and current restaurateur David Burke's company is pretty shitty to its Muslim employees.
Are you a bitch before your period? Do you notice? Or care? Or like it? Or secretly hope it's for a really good reason, like eliminating subpar dudes who aren't good fertility matches? Well grab a soft pillow, a cucumber facemask and a Merchant-Ivory production, because you're in luck!
One of the biggest aspects of celebrity gossip culture is the Celebrity Baby Bump. We love to talk about it (even when it's nonexistent). We love to look at it. We love to analyze about how mothers dress themselves when they have one and how they "recover" when they don't anymore. But for pregnant women, things may be a little different. A study suggests that obsessing over celebrity baby bumps does not only affect the self esteem of a pregnant mother but also the actual connection she feels to her baby.
Hello television binge-watcher. Why don't you have a seat? The stars of your favorite shows are here, and they're concerned about your TV habits. This is an intervention.
Captain Hoppity and Sergeant Flopsy up there might become the new trendy protein at your local Whole Foods, and the powerful and influential (nope) Bunny Lobby is not happy about it.