When the faceless editors of Wikipedia decide an article is not fit for public consumption, it’s gone, only accessible to the site’s top editors—at least, it was. But now we’re keeping track of all the articles Wikipedia doesn’t see fit to print, to present you with very best of the site’s weirdest and worst.
On Friday, Gawker reported that YouTube and Facebook would simultaneously livestream BuzzFeed’s live interview with the President of the United States, which took place today at 2:50 p.m. But it turns out that only the former service was able to hold up their end of the bargain. As you can see in the video below, Facebook Live abruptly stopped working before the interview even began.
On Thursday night, the Obama administration announced that it was taking executive action to close loopholes that enable the kind of tax evasion and money laundering recently revealed by the Panama Papers. The new regulations will compel companies to disclose more information about their owners, the Associated Press reports.
In this golden age of Obama giving nary a fuck about anything at all, the president took some time out of his playdate with Smallville understudy Justin Trudeau to give his new standup routine a spin. The highlight of which was, of course, poking fun at a birther movement that (finally) had nothing to do with him.
Newly elected Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is currently visiting President Barack Obama at the White House. Below please find a gallery of photos from the leaders’ joint statement on climate change this morning. As The New York Times notes, this is the first time a Canadian leader has visited Washington in 19 years—how lucky! We are truly living in North America’s Belle Époque.