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If the Coast Guard gets its way, toxic wastewater from hydraulic fracking may be making its way down New York rivers soon. Fracking is the process of drilling and injecting highly pressurized fluids into the shale rock layers deep beneath the ground. The process is used to extract natural gas that was once unreachable with previous technology. Wastewater is often produced as a by-product of fracking. This wastewater can contain chemicals, heavy metals, and ... Read More
11 Betties (featured in our current issue!) will make you fall head over heels in love...with math. They're kitschy, quirky, sassy, and all those other adjectives that are normally reserved for description of a Wes Anderson movie.  Now, they've created a special how-to exclusively for BUST that will help you make sure you and your friends never "check out on the check" again. We've all been there--you order the salad and Donna orders the foie gras...but then ... Read More
  Today, there’s another reason to applaud the Olympic diver, Tom Daley! In a moving Youtube video released this morning, Tom Daley revealed he is in a romantic relationship with another male.  “This has been a hard decision to make,” he wrote in the video summary, “but I wanted you to hear this from me.” Daley shared that the majority of his family and friends have been overwhelmingly supportive when he told them about the ... Read More
  Have you heard of Harlow and Sage? Harlow is a dashing and giddy weimaraner whose expressive face recalls the work of William Wegman's beloved beasts. Sage is his majestic and slightly graying dachshund friend. Well, just in time for the holidays, Harlow is ready to introduce us to the newest member of their family, Indi the dachshund puppy. If this isn't love, I don't know what is!    Thanks to Twenty Two Words Images via Twenty ... Read More
According to data collected by AYI (Are You Interested), a Tinder-style dating app, users respond better to potential partners outside of their own ethnicity when searching for dates. Surveying over 2 million people, the data revealed several things, most notably that all men, except for Asian men, prefer Asian women.  "People are less prejudice when they decide who they want to respond to in an online dating context," Josh Fischer, VP of Product & ... Read More
A middle school era photo of Jennifer Lawrence, the woman we love to love, surfaced on the Internet yesterday. "Miloblue2," an alleged former classmate of Lawrence, added the caption: "She hasn't changed much since."  This nostalgia-inducing lunchroom (?) pic is pretty much making my day. What do you think?  Thanks to The Mary Sue and Jezebel  Image via ... Read More
In honor of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, actress/undercover amazing singer Rashida Jones sang a glorious song about stuffing during her recent appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Watch below as she describes why stuffing is her favorite Thanksgiving food, and prepare to have your mind blown/a sudden insatiable need for stuffing.Thanks to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon Image and Video ... Read More
French pharmaceutical company HRA Pharma has just released a warning stating that the morning-after pill "Norlevo" is completely ineffective for women weighing over 176 pounds. The pill even begins to lose effectiveness for women weighing 165. So...we should all just be thankful we don't live in France, right? Well, it turns out the aforementioned Norlevo is identical in both chemical makeup and dosage to the morning-after pills sold in the United States, such as ... Read More
Despite constant reassurances regarding my "biological clock," I've never considered having kids of my own. That isn't to say I'm repulsed by children--Rather, my child-rearing dreams have always revolved around the prospect of taking my nieces and nephews to Legoland. Or prom dress shopping. Or ice-cream eating. Essentially, I'd love to hang out with youths who are related to me, as long as I can spoil them unconditionally and don't have to remember what time ... Read More
  On Wednesday evening, The New York Times’s Frank Bruni was enjoying a cab ride home from dinner at New York’s Barbuto when he saw an inconspicuous little iPhone sitting on the seat beside him. Without a case and yet perfectly intact, he took the lost phone home and waited for it to ring. To his dismay, the phone was impenetrable. But there was a stream of texts coming in from celebrity contacts like psychic Peri Lyons and stylist Lo’renzo ... Read More