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The past week has brought stories of journalists’ own plight in covering the turmoil in Egypt, with many reporting that they’ve been targets of violence. The stories become more real now that one of their own has died.
He trash-talked Tim Allen, accused judges of taking bribes, and even picked apart the president of the Foreign Press Association that hired him as host. Are the Golden Globes willing to let Gervais dish out another beating next …
Tonight’s massive impending snowfall is no surprise – it’s been forecast for the past week. But as the storm swirls closer to Chicago, the headlines just keep getting worse.
A group of 24 blue-collar Canadian workers are glad they paid into this week’s drawing.
“I wanted to create a whimsical, surreal experience. It’s out of the every day for the boater.”
-NICHOLAS HARRINGTON, 16, explains his influence for placing a burned-out baby grand piano on a sandbar in Miami’s Biscayne Bay as …
Civilian vigilantes heroically stepped up Friday to fend off looters trying to poach Egypt’s most prized artifacts.
Lounges are notably judgmental when it comes to their clientele, but now a popular New York night spot must stand up to discrimination charges from former employees.
Good morning, NewsFeeders, and welcome back to the office. We’ll give you a minute to get all settled, back to the daily grind. But look at the bright side, it’s only five more days till the weekend!
Surely there’s no ivy on the Golden Arches, but Chinese students are trading big-name colleges for Big Macs.
Being cut off from Facebook can feel like torture – and one man is seeking damages to the tune of half-a-million dollars.
College is supposed to be the “best four years of your life.” But a study shows students are reporting record levels of stress. (via Healthland)