NewsFeed trudges through feet of snow to bring you the day’s best reads.
E-mail Avenger: Ever get fed up with hitting “report spam” on e-mails? This guy was mad enough to sue — and he quit his job to sue spammers full-time. (ABC News)
No Funny Business: Jon Stewart’s fight for 9/11 first-responder benefits helped the measure pass in Congress. Does his advocacy make him the modern-day Edward R. Murrow? (New York Times)
Ad Rage: Hate those hipsters hawking Hyundai? You’re not alone — it won this “Worst Holiday Ad” poll, barely beating the Target lady. (Consumerist)
Play Nice: Most dog-training techniques these days include almost zero punishment. Is Cesar Milan’s “dominance” technique about to come into vogue? (Slate)
Warm and Fuzzy: If you haven’t hit Christmas overload yet, watch this heartwarming montage of kids (and old ladies) getting puppies for gifts. (The Daily What)
Frosty Fun: A silver lining to all this snow? You get to see awesome snowmen. (LIFE)
Elsewhere on TIME.com: See the most surprising photos of the year — many you may have missed.
Must See: If all Christmas songs were like Jimmy Fallon’s Topical Carolers, we’d like the radio a lot more every December.