As Anti-Trump Protests Rage In D.C.'s Streets, Police Arrest More Than 200 People
Friday, January 20, 2017
Because Rick Perry loves blowing bubbles, check out today's end-of-day links: highway Skittles incident, corpse flowers blooming, alpacas at inauguration, interstate of waterslides, and orangutan learns to use saw.
With his presidency just hours old, one ethics watchdog is already accusing Donald Trump of trying to skirt the law.
The bucket weighed 86 pounds!
It's part of a fleet of lower-priced, technology-oriented stores that hope to bring the Whole Paycheck brand into the good graces of the millennial generation.
"This is the most patriotic thing we can be doing."
The ladies contend with the two biggest nightmares of our time: a Trump presidency, and getting stuck in an elevator.
For its 25th year, the fair returns to the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea, and is open to the public through Sunday.
Poof! Just like that! Totally fixed!
It's ditching plans to move into the forthcoming food hall at the Brooklyn Navy Yard in favor of staying in its origin neighborhood.
A small plane jetted over the Hudson Friday morning pulling a banner reading "We Outnumber him! Resist!"
Because Malia Obama has her next internship lined up, check out today's mid-day links: Trump plagiarizes Bane, 'Broad City' gets into inauguration day spirit, Trumpmania hits Russia, CGI Trump, and baby kangaroos.
The forecast is about to get rainy.
Or a wild game dinner, some cheap poke and maybe a hearty brunch to fortify us for the times to come.
Shia will save us.
An express train tunnel that's been flooded with rain water in Brooklyn will have to shut down for a year starting in 2018 in order for the MTA to repair it.