An electronic dance music party came to a tragic end late Friday night when a fire broke out, leaving at least nine dead and another 25 people unaccounted for. The evening was part of Golden Donna’s west coast tour—a DJ from Madison, Wisconsin. The fire broke out around 11:30PM in a Fruitvale district artists…
God bless the ultra nerds at Coren Puzzle. These Rubik’s Cube enthusiasts built a supermassive 22-by-22-by-22 and made a 90-minute YouTube video about it. In the end, it’s a very sad story.
Well, this is some real bullshit. Mexican Coke is ditching its key ingredient, cane sugar, for high-fructose corn syrup. This is objectively awful.
Penn Station now? Gross, ew, there's a Sbarro, and everything is ugly. But the original Penn Station was a marvelous piece of Beaux Arts design. Its story is also one of the most tragic tales in architecture—50 years ago today, it was torn down to make way for Madison Square Garden.
A monster truck performing at an airshow in Chihuahua, Mexico, killed at least eight people and injured seriously dozens more when it lost control and plowed into a crowd.
An adorable red panda has vanished from Washington's National Zoo, with helpless zookeepers taking to Twitter to plead for help in finding the little friend. Have you seen Rusty? He's about the size of a raccoon, and he's still a baby. UPDATE: The red panda has been found, zoo officials said this afternoon.
Three members of the TWISTEX storm chasing team including Tim Samaras, his son Paul Samaras, and chase partner Carl Young were killed on Friday in El Reno, Oklahoma when a tornado made a direct hit on their vehicle. The storm's total death toll now stands at 12.
Who knew that death could be so cute? Tony Fleecs shrinks comic book heroes down to size, turning their most tragic moments into something weirdly adorable. I can't decided if chibi Jason Todd and thumb-sucking Jubilee make these moments more or less disturbing.
Last weekend, in the Philippines, an actor was mistaken for a masked gunman by a village watchman who jumped onto the actor's moving motorcycle and shot him fatally. Witnesses reportedly thought the killing was part of the movie's action.
This desk worker may look like a hero, but this picture, snapped in a telemarketing firm's office, is a tragic portrait of victimhood. May we all learn from his story:
My childhood was active enough. I was as fearless as any toddler. I frolicked in the mud and climbed on now-banned metal jungle gyms. I was rambunctious. Then I met the pajamas with the feet.