Earlier this week our own Brian Ashcraft celebrated the President-Obama-loves-anime meme. Now we elevate it.
You might know him as the President of the United States. Or maybe you know him as something else: The Commander in Chief...of Anime.
Now here's something you don't see every day.
Back in 2011, Polish prime minister Donald Tusk gave U.S. president Barack Obama a copy of The Witcher 2, because it's pretty much the best thing Poland has ever done.
Is the United States government really building Iron Man? Is the president trying to disarm us with one of those "jokes" he loves so much? If I were president of the United States, and I had a secret plan to build Iron Man, this is exactly what I'd do: joke about building Iron Man and then say things like "Ha ha ha.…
Yesterday, a bunch of America's leading tech sector executives met with US President Barack Obama. They were meant to be talking about the failure of Heathcare.gov, but things got really interesting when the conversation moved onto the fate of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Last night, an Australian TV commercial for the Wii U came on. My wife looked at it, then at me, then back at it, then at our Wii, before finally asking "wait, don't we have a Wii? What's this?"
You'd think being the First Lady of the United States would mean you're on top of things, but not even the most powerful household on Earth is up to speed on everything.
As Curiosity settles into its second day out in the wide world, players worldwide keep tapping away at the massive cube inside.
Why was this small town of 30,000 people who could not vote in the U.S. presidential election so happy? Because…
President Barack Obama basically annihilated Mitt Romney in a new poll in the key swing state of Ohio. Too bad for Obama that the vote only involved players of the online game Maple Story.
Tonight, President Obama squared off against Governor Romney. Did either win one hundred percent of the debate? What about 47 percent? Oh, the suspense!
It's been a long road to the presidential election, which is less than a month away at this point. In case you've forgotten how tense and occasionally absurd the talking points and the personas of this political cycle have been, news website Slate has been recapping 2012's highs and lows with a series of…
It's that time of year again, here in the United States: the presidential election, and the seemingly interminable campaign for it, are everywhere. Of course, even though the election isn't until November, when you look back to the primary season, the campaign began well into last year. And Slate has taken to a video…
Here's Rachel Maddow with one of the most ham-fisted video game references so far this election season. Hopefully we'll get more and more Atari references as we get closer to November. Something something Obama something something Commodore-64 something something health-care mandate.
In Japan, people are saying President Obama's official Twitter account is following an anime girl. Make that, an anime girl
Or the Chicago Bulls. Or Golden State Warriors. Or any team in NBA 2K12's Association or My Player modes, as Reddit user soadfan09 discovered today.