You kind of have to see what's happening in Egypt to believe it:
Buzzfeed rounded up red state vs. blue state newspaper coverage of the DOMA ruling. The results might not be surprising, but that doesn't make them any less nuts.
Yelp's "Hipster Heatmap" could be devastating to businesses on the Lower East Side and Williamsburg because, of course, every actual hipster who sees it will vehemently deny being one/living there, and move out immediately. The new service also helps you identify the city's "frattiest" and "yuppiest" neighborhoods, if that's what you're (not) into.
Esteemed North Korean diplomat Dennis Rodman appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated this week, and demands no less than a Nobel Peace Prize.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the number of single-father households is growing at a much faster rate than single-mother ones (but still remain far fewer in total). Meanwhile, wives are cheating 40% more than they used to (but still only cheat 70% as much as men).
New York Magazine has released the first photos of the Royal Baby. And they didn't even have to wait for it to be born.
Just when I was getting used to the idea that online dating is now considered socially acceptable, Jezebel tells me that hookup-app Tinder has made 75 million matches? Maybe my disbelief can help explain why I'm still single...