BuzzFeed Archive for November 1, 2013

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11 Celebrities Who Are Stuck At LAX

All flights were grounded after a gunman opened fire at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday, stranding scores of travelers, including these famous faces.

9 Longform Stories We’re Reading This Week

This week for BuzzReads, David Peisner profiles a professional soccer player who earns only $35,125 a year, and questions whether pay inequality will doom Major League Soccer. Read that and these other great stories from around BuzzFeed and the web.

The Low-Budget, High-Pressure Life Of An MLS Rookie

Major League Soccer is the only pro sports league in America where superstars can earn 140 times more than their teammates. How much longer will it be able to convince talented, internationally coveted young players like the Los Angeles Galaxy’s Kofi Opare to stay in the U.S. for $35,000 a year?

15 Biopics With Terrible Reviews

Now that the critically panned Diana is in theaters, let’s take a look at other biopics that made a less-than-stellar impression.

The Weird Legacy Of Condé Nast’s Unpaid Interns

Conversations with former interns reveal their role was a strange one that will be unique to fill. A director allegedly offered a room of unpaid interns $100 to whoever could come up with “a good idea” on the spot.

22 Goats Smiling At You

Goats are basically the dogs of the farm animal world and they’re putting their best smiles forward.

Jon Stewart To News Media: “Go Fuck Yourselves!”

«If you’ve lost Jon Stewart you’re in deep trouble.» The comedian slammed cable news outlets for claiming he no longer backed President Obama after the botched rollout of his health care law.

Thousands Testify On Hawaii’s Marriage Equality Bill

The state House Judiciary and Finance committees began a marathon hearing on a marriage equality bill Thursday morning, which is expected to continue for several days. The bill would allow same-sex couples to marry starting Nov. 18.