The U.S. seems to have been taken over by the Chinese government with a massive ad splattered right in the middle of Times Square. (via Shanghaiist)
Watch China’s president storm the White House, install a portrait of Chairman Mao in the Oval Office and take a body shot a Hooters.
Keanu Reeves, star of Point Break and the Matrix movies, has finally opened up – about the “Sad Keanu” meme.
Turns out, students spend more time learning how to master a beer pong than they do completing homework for Psych 101.
When the highly-visible CEO of one of the most iconic companies in the world takes a step back, it’s bound to raise the question, Now what?
Prince William and Kate Middleton’s nuptials are still more than three months away, but the race among U.S. magazine editors to score the future Princess as their cover girl is well underway.
After what we hope was a restful 3-day weekend, we bring you a pale kid that raps and some short kids that krump to get the Tuesday juices flowing.
When it comes to mass animal death in 2011, birds do it, fish do it, and now even cows do it. For a number of Christian theologians, it’s enough to suggest the end of days is near.
Sir Ernest Shackleton evidently thought that if he was going to be exploring one of the coldest places on earth, he should bring some whisky to keep warm.
How far would China’s conservationists go to safeguard the country’s giant pandas, a struggling species of a couple thousand? This far: oversized, fuzzily oppressive bear costumes.