NewsFeed has bad news, good news, and more bad news for people who live on the Atlantic coast.
It’s debatable whether or not curiosity actually kills the cat. But in Selma Elmore’s case, it can certainly get you arrested — especially when its about your own criminal record.
Okay Californians, Johnny Law is serious this time!
If it wasn’t obvious before, then it should be clear now that Wayne Brady is nowhere near as square as we once thought. In fact, at this point, you can pretty confidently say he’s got swagger.
This is likely a punishment for surfing the Internet late at night when NewsFeed actually should have been in bed.
Ernest Pullen is the unluckiest man in the world. Really, how unfortunate can a person be when he wins $2 million in the Missouri State Lottery, just months after winning $1 million from the agency?
If you were thinking of tying the knot, jumping the broom, getting hitched, make her/him honest, or clubbing someone over the head, thanks to the sluggish economy of the past two years, you may well be one of the few making such plans.
Don’t mess with Elmo, kids.
Listen, from time to time everybody is strapped for cash and may not know how to pay their bills. Even the Queen of England!
Good news for everyone looking for a flat-screen TV, but just happen to be too cheap to buy one.
It’s a megachurch bombshell scandal reminiscent of the one that brought down Colorado evangelist Ted Haggard.
Public schools in Detroit might be many things, but they are not an eBay clearing house for thieves. It’s too bad 10 people, including a football player for Michigan State University allegedly did not get that memo.