In an age when you can balance your bank account or make dinner reservations from your cell phone, it’s no surprise that disaster relief efforts have gone mobile.
Eight musicians cemented their careers in music history Monday, during the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s annual induction.
Wednesday’s links include the truth behind the Ides of March and a way to make your city’s subway more beautiful.
Monday’s links include brilliant photos and psychic animals.
Just days after the world witnessed the devastating power of natural disasters in Japan, some scientists say they have strong proof of the location of the mythical “lost City of Atlantis,” destroyed by a tsunami thousands of years ago.
NewsFeed looks back at the week’s top trending stories. Don’t be too embarrassed if you missed these gems while busy at work.
One of the pros of being famous is that you get star treatment when something bad happens.
Friday’s links reveal the truth about Thin Mints and bank shots.
Back in 2004, America watched Morgan Spurlock’s health decline on the McDonald’s only diet in Super Size Me. Now, Joe D’Amico is following the same regiment. The month before he runs a marathon.
Chuck Norris is immortal and doesn’t have a birthday. But if he did, it would be today.
Believe it or not, male chimpanzees may have the best sex lives.
Thursday’s links feature a pint-sized buzzer beater and a movie about inflatable floats.