It’s been said before: just because you fall 39 stories from a tall building doesn’t necessarily means it’s the end, or something like that.
We hear about mothers and children suing deadbeat dads all the time for back payment of child support, shirking paternal responsibilities and being an all around jerk. But NewsFeed has never heard of a father suing his son in a …
Former President Jimmy Carter’s ability to spring a Boston man from the grips of the reclusive North Korean government may have seemed like a lofty feat, but it is hardly the first. Here’s a list of some of the most crafty at …
As many of the faithful may attest, it can never be said that saving souls isn’t heavy lifting and strenuous work. But a Las Vegas man understands that in a painfully literal way.
It’s finally happened: people are getting so sick of the Internet, they are beginning to make it a point to publicly unplug from it.
School days are upon us again, and so is the angst that students go through as college classes begin and registrars warn incoming freshmen: “Fish betta have my money!”
Apparently, blood may be thicker than water, but it certainly isn’t thicker than airtime.
Apparently some of the people protesting the proposed Islamic center near the World Trade Center site are so eager to look for a scapegoat they’ll verbally beat up on anyone.
‘Tis the season for the harsh challenges of high school football training camp. The heat, the sweat, the worn out cleats, the coach yelling at the top of his lungs, the seniors waiting to knock you on your behind during drills.
Burger King, you can’t pull one over on us! NewsFeed knows just what you’re trying to do.
A year ago, 24-year-old student Mitrice Richardson disappeared after being released from custody by police after failing to pay an $89 restaurant tab in Malibu, Calif. Last week, after an exhaustive search that turned up no clue …
NewsFeed is always reluctant to be morbid, but this has really been a banner year for catastrophe.