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‘The Fosters’ Airs Same Sex Kiss Between Two 13 Year-Old Boys

On Monday night’s episode of The Fosters, ABC Family made history by showing the youngest ever same-sex kiss on television. The controversial kiss was between two 13 year-old boys played by child actors Hayden Byerly, 14 years-old, and Gavin MacIntosh, 15 years-old. Show More Summary

Carey Price Sees 10-Game Road Winning Streak Come to End

Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price took the loss in Monday's 4-0 defeat at the hands of the San Jose Sharks, ending a 10-game road winning streak that tied for the second-longest of its kind in NHL history, per Sportsnet Stats. Price...Show More Summary

Just One More, Slight Bill O'Reilly Correction...

I saw a billboard on Monday for an upcoming TV movie, Killing Jesus. I assume this is based on the book by Bill O'Reilly as part of his "Killing Famous People in History" series. Checking around the Internet, I noticed that in conjunction...Show More Summary

Jon Stewart And Seth Rollins Battle It Out On ‘Monday Night Raw’

Last night, one of the biggest WWE feuds in recent history was put to rest when Jon Stewart made an appearance on Monday Night Raw. Jon and WWE Superstar Seth… READ ON

Survival of the laziest: 15 animals catching a ride on other animals

A stunning photograph of a weasel gliding through the air on the back of a woodpecker charmed the Internet on Monday. Fortunately, it's only the latest example in a long, adorable history of interspecies piggyback rides. Some animals...Show More Summary

Same-Sex Kiss on ABC Family's 'The Fosters' Could Be The Youngest in TV History

A kiss on Monday night's episode of the ABC Family show The Fosters is making news, but not for the reasons you'd expect. read more

Treasury 'Short Overhang' Lifts After Actavis Prices 2nd Largest Bond Issue Ever

Just a day after Blackrock saw its biggest Bond ETF outflows in history ($525.8 million pulled on Monday), Actavis sold $21 billion of almost-junk 'BBB-' rated debt (at a minsicule yield of only 3.5%) in the 2nd largest bond issuance ever (2nd only to Verizon's massive $49 billion deal in 2013). Show More Summary

Longest-serving woman in Congress retires to “raise hell” instead of “money”

Senator Barbara Mikulski made history as being the longest-serving woman in Congress, the first woman Democrat elected in her own right, and the first woman to wear pants on the Senate floor. On Monday, she announced her plans to retire in an appropriately badass fashion.  The Democrat from Maryland was a social worker  and community organizer before […]

Jimmy Fallon & Kelly Clarkson: The History Of Duets

Jimmy Fallon and Kelly Clarkson joined forces on Monday night to perform “The History of Duets.” Before their performance Jimmy Fallon recounted how Kelly “has been having trouble finding people to do duets with her.” “I don’t understand what they’re talking about,” he continued. Show More Summary

Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest: Mikulski's departure sets off a free-for-all for her seat

There are no shortage of Democrats who might run for this Senate seat Leading Off: • MD-Sen: On Monday, five-term Democratic Sen. Barbara Mikulski, the longest-tenured woman in congressional history, announced that she would not seek another term in 2016. Show More Summary

Can you name all 11 songs in Kelly Clarkson and Jimmy Fallon's history of duets?

Kelly Clarkson wasn't even an interview guest on "The Tonight Show" Monday (March 2), but that didn't stop host Jimmy Fallon from using her as part of the most fun portion of the night -- a history of duets. If you liked the history of dad dancing and the history of hip-hop dancing, you're going to love this. Show More Summary

Double the fun! Kelly Clarkson teams up with Jimmy Fallon for a History of Duets on 'Tonight'

Jimmy Fallon and Kelly Clarkson: Celebrities, singers, teachers. Yep, on Monday night we discovered there's a lot we can learn from them — like the whole history of duets! The "Tonight" host introduced the singer to the show by noting he'd recently read she was struggling to find people to do duets with. Show More Summary

DEA group apologizes for commemorating Black History Month with the arrest of a Harlem drug dealer

A non-profit group affiliated with the Drug Enforcement Administration apologized on Monday after sending out a tweet commemorating the arrest of a Harlem drug dealer in recognition of Black History Month. Leroy Butler, a significant heroin trafficker in New York City, was arrested in 1980 #BlackHistoryMonth #tbt pic.twitter.com/ez8FT5CKoW — DEA Ed. Show More Summary

Barbara Mikulski, longest-serving female senator in US history, to retire

3 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Senator Barbara Mikulski, the longest-serving female senator in U.S. history, on Monday announced that she will retire at the end of her term, setting up a contest among possible successors in the heavily Democratic state of Maryland. The top Democrat on the powerful Senate Appropriations...

Teacher Who Dedicates Life To Students Total Fucking Bitch

3 days agoHumor : The Onion

MERIDIAN, ID—Students at Union Junior High School reported Monday that eighth-grade history teacher Evelyn Carmody, a tireless educator who has dedicated her whole life to the vocation of teaching, is a total goddamn bitch.

This is what Kanye West said during his bizarre lecture at Oxford University

Kanye West visited Oxford University on Monday and students live blogged some of the crazy things the US rapper came out with. Yeezus spoke at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History at a function hosted by the Oxford Guild Business Society, which dates back to 1897. Show More Summary

Netanyahu: 'Our Alliance Is Sound, Our Friendship Is Strong'

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made his most detailed comments yet here on Monday about his spat with the Obama administration, acknowledging tensions in the U.S.-Israel relationship but citing history and philosophy...Show More Summary

Monday links

For his birthday, Dr. Seuss’s Little-Known Book of Nudes: The Seven Lady Godivas, plus bonus Seuss links including his “new” book. Popular Mechanics has the  Ridiculous History of Wind Chill. The  Evolution of McDonalds’ Grimace : Criminal...Show More Summary

Sources: Sen. Mikulski to retire from Senate

Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.), who has served in Congress longer than any woman in history, will announce at a news conference Monday that she is retiring from the Senate after five terms in office, three sources familiar with her plans said. Mikulski, 78, was the first woman to chair the powerful Appropriations Committe, a post she had to […]

Ranking the 10 Best Trade-Deadline Deals in NHL History

Next Monday, March 2, the National Hockey League trade deadline will put an end to player movement between teams for the 2014-15 season. In today's salary-cap world, it's tough for general managers to make deals that will help their team on the ice while still working within their organization's salary structure. Show More Summary

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