A study by OnePoll.com has compiled a list of the best British jokes.
Earlier this week NewsFeed reported that things were looking up for Mel Gibson, when he was reportedly offered a cameo role in the sequel to The Hangover, a Todd Phillips film that took more than $467 million globally. We spoke too soon.
Researchers at Goldsmiths College, part of the University of London, believe they are on course to crack the code which makes some tunes, known as earworms, stick on repeat inside out heads.
Stories of homosexual behavior among penguins are well-documented and well-loved. But somebody’s just ruined them for us.
A report from the International Telecommunication Union has predicted that there will be two billion web dwellers by the end of this year.
A new study from researchers at Bristol University in the U.K. has shown that author Rudyard Kipling was more right than you’d think.
Surprise, surprise. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, has claimed the new film about his life, The Social Network, is inaccurate.
Nick Mason, drummer of the legendary British rock band Pink Floyd, has suggested that the group would be willing to reunite in order to do concerts for charity.
There’s nothing worse than a bad sex scene. At least that’s what the judges for the UK Literary Review’s Bad Sex Awards think.
It’s set to be quite a housewarming.
Who says rappers only promote violence?
CNNMoney has released its list of the top 100 jobs in America. The list was compiled by assessing levels of pay, growth prospects, stress levels, security, flexibility, satisfaction and benefit to society. The position of …