Working at Georgia’s Shorter University isn’t a nine-to-five gig. It’s a way of life.
In August, as London burned and rioters pelted police with rocks, two young men invited their friends to a “smash down” via Facebook. That was, as their lawyers have admitted, “monumentally foolish.” But does it really merit four …
The Himalayan country known for its policy of Gross National Happiness got a little bit happier this morning after King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck married his longtime girlfriend Jetsun Pema.
In a country that isn’t known for its progressive politics, male-to-female transsexual Anna Grodzka is proving to be a political trailblazer.
James “Whitey” Bulger, one of America’s most notorious crime bosses, managed to evade FBI agents for more than 16 years. Then he met Anna Bjornsdottir, a former Miss Iceland turned yoga instructor.
The Duchess of Alba—one of Spain’s wealthiest women—has defied her children’s wishes and married a civil servant 24 years her junior.
An Italian court freed Amanda Knox from prison, and newspapers from Perugia to Seattle warmed up the presses.
Amanda Knox sobbed uncontrollably as a judge read out her acquittal. Several rows behind her, the family of Meredith Kercher stared ahead in silence.
Prosecutors described Amanda Knox as a “witch of deception” and a “lying, sex-loving she-devil” during her murder appeal. Now Knox’s legal team is fighting to erase that image by proving Knox is a victim, too.
As the closing arguments begin in the contentious legal battle, NewsFeed presents the names and faces you need to know.
As the Polaroid images sharpened, the children began to laugh.
It may be time to spend some of that money on an anger management class.