Monthly Archive: October, 2014

17 Adorable Dogs Dressed As Ghosts

Sometimes the simplest costumes are the cutest! This earnest ghost. // And this stoic one. // This smiley ghost. // This begging ghost. // View Entire List ›

Which Taylor Swift Lyric Should Be On Your Grave?

If I’m going to R.I.P., it’s with Tay.

28 Office Costumes That Are Ruling Halloween

As if working 9-5 wasn’t spooky enough. These hipster Disney princesses. // This guy in “business cow-sual.” // This woman who is ready for the red carpet. // This tribute… Continue reading

Things Athletes Do That’d Be Creepy If You Did Them

We are all witnesses. BuzzFeed Video / Via

Jake Gyllenhaal Is Obsessed With Getting It Right

The 33-year-old actor gives the best performance of his career in the darkly comic thriller Nightcrawler — this is how he pulled it off. Open Road Films NEW YORK — For weeks now,… Continue reading

Five Reasons I Support Earned Paid Sick Time

By Liz Friedman 1. Because employees should not be forced to choose between caring for sick family members and the jobs they need. 2. Because a worker can be a committed, long-term employee… Continue reading

WTO in Seattle – 15 Years Ago

In November 1999, the WTO met in Seattle, where I live, to negotiate the terms of globalization. I missed it. At the time, I was negotiating a union contract. Our negotiating teams recommended… Continue reading

U.S. Postal Service Is Worried About What Climate Change Will Mean For Mail

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Postal Service has a reputation for being unstoppable. And while rain, snow and gloom of night can’t stop the U.S. mail, but the heat just might. The Council on… Continue reading

Jury Recommends Death Penalty For Shawn Ford Jr. For Killing Girlfriend’s Parents

AKRON, Ohio (AP) — A man who was convicted of beating his girlfriend’s parents to death with a sledgehammer should be executed, a jury said Friday. After hearing arguments from prosecutors and defense… Continue reading

Burkina Faso’s President Was Just Ousted. These 12 Photos Show What Happened

After 27 years in power, Burkina Faso’s President Blaise Compaore stepped down on Friday after mass protests against his efforts to extend his rule. The Washington Post reports that three generals are vying… Continue reading