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Apparently not content with being out-weirded by Donald Trump, Rand Paul just gave us a bizarre reminder of his ambitions for the 2016 presidential race
The Kentucky Senator's campaign released a new app Wednesday with one very strange (and hilarious) Easter egg hidden inside.
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The new app (iOS and Android) has much of what you'd expect from a presidential candidate: a feed of campaign-related news, opinion polls, links to donate and signup as a volunteer, along with information about Paul's stance on issues like immigration and education Read more
Never mind life on Mars. Is there cutlery?
A long spoon-shaped rock appears to hover over Mars in a photo taken by the Curiosity rover. The feature was spotted by a person posting to the Unmanned Spaceflight message board run by the Planetary Society.
See also: Just keep roving: After 3 years, Curiosity is not done exploring Mars
Of course, it isn't actually a kitchen utensil placed carefully on a rock by some mischievous Martian.
President Barack Obama is not above making a good sex joke.
If you're out of the loop on all things Obama, the president has been on a historic trip to Alaska this week highlighting the physical effects of climate change. Obama stopped at Kanakanak Beach in Dillingham, Alaska, on Wednesday to discuss the fishing industry when he found himself in a particularly funny situation.
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According to the travel pool report, Obama was handling a large silver salmon when suddenly, the fish released its milt, the sperm-containing fluid that a male fish ejaculates in order to fertilize eggs that the female fish has already laid Read more
After the 2008 financial crisis, banks received a lot of blame. Overly complicated products confused, trapped and often destroyed people’s financial lives. Poor risk management allowed banks to collapse, bringing taxpayers along with them. Financial institutions became impossibly large and excessively focused on short term earnings. And bankers were able 
GOP leaders are quietly asking the party's 2016 presidential candidates to sign a pledge that they will not run for president if they do no secure the nomination, according to multiple outlets.
It's a move that seems aimed at hemming in the current Republican frontrunner Donald Trump, who has so far refused to promise that he won't run as an independent candidate — thereby splitting the GOP vote — if he doesn't win the nomination
See also: Jeb Bush wants to introduce voters to the 'real' Donald Trump
The pledge being passed out to the candidates reads:
I, ______________, affirm that if I do not win the 2016 Republican nomination for President of the United States I will endorse the 2016 Republican presidential nominee, regardless of who it is.
I further pledge that I will not seek to run as an independent or write-in candidate nor will I seek to accept the nomination for president of any other party.
Anthony Horowitz, the decorated British author who sparked criticism with his remarks that Idris Elba is "too street" to play James Bond, ended up tweeting an apology on Tuesday, saying he was "mortifed" that his comments had caused offense.
Giving the author more reason for mortification, Elba himself responded to the comments with a choice Instagram post.
See also: James Bond author says he's 'mortified' about Idris Elba comments
Elba, who has long been championed on the Internet as the perfect candidate for the role, posted a screen cap of an article regarding Horowitz's apology, responding ever-so-classily: "Always Keep Smiling!!