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Want to buy a gun? All you need is Facebook and fifteen minutes of your time.

Contrary to popular belief, Joaquin "Chapo" Guzman wasn't adverse to technology. In fact, he employed it to stay on the run for so long.

If you thought the situation in the Ukraine was nearly over, think again. Armed gunmen stormed Crimean Parliament and raised the Russian flag.

Seth Rogen's congressional hearing on Alzheimer's research is equally funny and pulls at the heart strings:

What the Florida? Teen spends 35 days in jail for sexual battery charges. It turns out they had the wrong Cody Williams.

What the Florida? Part Two: Man who got screwed over by his lawyers and lost everything was recently awarded a house that belonged to one of his attorneys as restitution.

What the Florida? With A Vengeance (yep, that was a Die Hard reference): Restaurant includes Affordable Care Act surcharge to customer's bills. Thanks, Obama!

GIF BREAK! Don't mess with Frogger:


Science explains why solitary confinement is bad.

The Museum of the Moving Image in Queens wants you to submit your best reaction GIF.

Technology is turning us into psychopaths.

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