It’s a dream scenario: you order some food at your local KFC, and come home with enough cash for a bank deposit instead of your food. That’s totally fine by NewsFeed.
New Zealand’s Tuesday earthquake has left a death toll that has now climbed to over 100, with more than 220 people still missing. But the tragedy goes far beyond New Zealand’s shores, as visitors from China, Japan, Taiwan, …
The Facebook Breakup Notifier app was banned after 3.6 million inquisitive people signed up to be able to track relationship statuses of just about any of their friends.
Scientists are attempting to create a genetic profile for Amelia Earhart through her saliva — taken from letter seals — to determine if a bone fragment found in 2009 does belong to the missing aviator.
New Zealand rescuers pulled out a woman alive who had been trapped in rubble for over 24 hours after a massive 6.3 Christchurch earthquake left at least 75 people dead on Tuesday.
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A devastating 6.3 earthquake hit the New Zealand city of Christchurch late last night, leaving at least 65 people dead.
Lady Gaga’s egg incubation was just the beginning when it came to surprises at this year’s Grammy Awards. And Gaga didn’t have it all her own way.
They say food is the way to a man’s heart. Edith Tassin missed the meaning of that maxim when she hit her boyfriend in the face with a frozen steak.
First they crack down on Valentine’s Day, and then condoms vanish. Where’s the love in Malaysia?
In central California, a man died after being stabbed by a rooster at a local cockfight. Spectators probably weren’t betting on that outcome.
Yesterday, Egyptian authorities came clean on the whereabouts of Wael Ghonim, the Google executive who has been missing for more than a week.