What is life all about?
What’s your five-year plan? Your ten-year plan?
If you’re anything like me, your answer is probably something along the lines of “I have no idea.”
And just being asked that question makes you feel inadequate.
The Ukrainian airbase at Kramatorsk, a short drive from the border with Russia, was a sorry sight just a few months ago. The road leading up to it was strewn with barricades of trash, and pro-Russian separatists liked to gather around it for little victory picnics of beer and sunflower seeds.
(ATHENS, Greece) — Moody’s ratings agency has upgraded Greece’s government bond rating , predicting a gradual decline of the national debt.
The agency is also citing a commitment by the bailed out country’s conservative-led government to improve public finances.
Chance the Rapper has been treating fans to live covers of the Arthur theme song for a few months now. But to celebrate this weekend’s Lollapalooza festival (held, of course, in his hometown of Chicago), the 21-year-old rapper shared a more polished cover of the popular tune, which was originally written by Ziggy Marley.
The number of businesses ensnared in a new malware attack revealed in a Department of Homeland Security report this week may run to six hundred, according to a cybersecurity firm that helped DHS prepare the report.
Soon after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a travel advisory on Thursday for Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, all struggling to contain an outbreak of Ebola, it was reported that two Americans infected with the virus would be evacuated.
The optimists in this part of the world went to sleep last night feeling vaguely hopeful, or at least relieved. The pessimists woke up and said, “I told you so.”
Once a year, for six days, the population of a small island in the Irish Sea doubles as motorcycle enthusiasts from around the globe flock to the racing mecca.
The Isle of Man Tourist Trophy is perhaps the most dangerous race on earth, with 242 deaths in its 107 years of existence.
This article originally appeared on Patheos.
Sarah Hyland, the 23-year-old who plays Haley Dunphy on Modern Family, will join Teen Wolf star Tyler Posey to host this year’s Teen Choice awards, Fox announced Friday.
Hyland is also up for the “Female Scene Stealer” award for her work on Emmy-winning Modern Family, which will begin its sixth season this fall.
When Stephen Colbert invited newcaster-turned-education-reformer Campbell Brown on his show last night, he unwittingly unleashed a firestorm of controversy and, some say, distanced him from his liberal brother-in-fake-news, and fellow Viacom employee, Jon Stewart.
A crowd of college kids screamed and cheered, belting out chants and pumping their fists. The energy in the room was palpable. Some craned their necks to get a better view and others nudged their friends in excitement.
You know which music videos you like to watch incessantly — but what about the rest of the world? YouTube has put together a playlist compiling its 10 most-viewed music videos ever to pay homage to the artists racking up the heftiest numbers of streams.
This article originally appeared on Patheos.
“Party of one.”
Though Under Armour is known for commercials starring bulky, sweaty football players, its new women-focused ad campaign highlights a more graceful kind of competitor: the ballerina.
The first commercial in the campaign stars Misty Copeland, a soloist for the American Ballet Theater.
If you freaked out about Facebook going down earlier today, we hope your next call wasn’t 911. Sounds obvious, right? Apparently not to everyone, according to these tweets from Sergeant Burton Brink of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department:
Wouldn’t you hate your alarm clock so much less if it woke you up with a steaming hot cup of joe? Like, you’d still hate it a little, because waking up is the worst, but you’d have fresh-brewed coffee waiting for you inches from your face!
The Fine Brothers have gained Internet fame for creating YouTubes of children, teens, and elders reacting to a variety of things. Thursday’s new installment tackled adorable nostalgia. This is how elders react when they see footage of Elvis.
(WASHINGTON) — The House has approved a $694 million bill to address the crisis of unaccompanied migrant youths arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border.
The GOP legislation passed 223-189 late Friday on a nearly party-line vote.
The head of the National Football League defended his decision to suspend Ray Rice for two games after the Baltimore Ravens running back was indicted for assaulting his then-fiancée Janay Palmer at an Atlantic City casino in February.
New York City’s Upper West Side will soon see a segregated 33-floor apartment building, with a back-alley door—for the poor residents.
A Wisconsin circuit court judge ruled Friday that one of the two 12-year old girls charged with stabbing a classmate in Wisconsin is incompetent to stand trial for attempted homicide.
New York City’s Chief Medical Examiner said Friday that Eric Garner, the Staten Island man whose death during a police arrest last month sparked charges of excessive force, died from chest compression while he was in custody for allegedly selling untaxed cigarettes.
President Barack Obama condemned Hamas Friday for breaching a cease-fire with Israel minutes after it went into effect Friday morning, saying the breach makes it more difficult to end the weeks-long conflict in Gaza.
A series of five underground gas explosions tore apart Taiwan’s second-largest city late Thursday, killing at least 25 people and injuring 267.
Facing a dire financial situation, the TV-streaming service Aereo Inc. asked a federal court in Manhattan for an emergency ruling on its application to operate as a cable TV service, a move that would allow the company to begin earning revenue for the first time since it stopped operations June 28.
The State Department announced Friday that together with the Centers for Disease Control, it is working to bring home two U.S. citizens infected with the Ebola virus in West Africa “over the coming days.”
We have different values and allies http://t.co/aJ1312jJNx— Dmitry Rogozin (@DRogozin) July 31, 2014
President Barack Obama and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have no problem trading criticism amid escalating Cold War-like tensions.