Today marks the 67th anniversary of D-Day, the Allied invasion of Normandy, France during World War II. NewsFeed takes a look at TIME’s June 12, 1944, issue for its earliest coverage of the massive military effort to liberate …
A German teenager trying to plan a small get-together for family and friends was in for a nasty surprise after she forgot to mark her invitation as “private” when she made the event on Facebook. Oh, the woes of social media!
Out of 2,500 pennies, this Utah man didn’t get one lucky one.
Today’s links feature two of society’s favorites: cats and social media.
Molotov cocktails? More like mojito cupcakes.
Salute Homer Simpson’s favorite treat with today’s links.
Who doesn’t love doughnuts?
Her winning word means “having the hair wavy,” but what 14-year-old Sukanya Roy really spelled last night was V-I-C-T-O-R-Y.
Paris Hilton’s new reality series premiered on Oxygen last night, under the premise that, “Paris Hilton is getting real with us and it’s #NotWhatUThink.” Skeptical already? NewsFeed doesn’t blame you.
Tornadoes hit Springfield, Mass. Wednesday, leaving 4 people dead.
AIDS was first reported in June of 1981, and was named and officially defined within a year. Today, nearly 30 million people have been killed by AIDS. To mark the 30th anniversary of the disease, take a look at TIME’s seven …
Today’s links showcase strange people. (No offense.)