The remnants of the giant wave that hit Japan crashed into and fragmented an Antarctic ice shelf after the original tsunami, scientists say.
Newspapers around the world, compiled by Newseum in Washington, D.C., showcase the London riots after three days of chaos.
Anders Breivik, the man who has taken responsibility for the July 22 bombing and shootings in Oslo, Norway, was condemned by Peder Jensen, 36, a right-wing blogger who believes Islamic fundamentalism is taking over Europe.
The U.S.’s largest Holocaust museum is looking to identify more than 1,000 survivors of the conflict, and they’ve turned to the Internet for help.
Managers at Los Angeles International Airport commanded a woman, who was originally male before undergoing hormone therapy, to pat down male passengers and use the men’s restroom.
Jonathan May-Bowles pleaded guilty on Friday to assault. In this case, assault means putting a foam pie in Rupert Murdoch’s face.
The Smurfs are blue, but the producers are probably downright depressed.
The Amy Winehouse Foundation for Drug Addiction Therapy may become a reality if the singer’s father, Mitch, has anything to say about it.
OK Go has done some neat stuff in the past 13 years, but this new music video makes “Here It Goes Again” look like amateur hour.
Look at your Old Spice Guy. Now look at Fabio.
With Bob Dylan’s grandson, Pablo Dylan, making his rap debut, one fact of life is now clear: lack of vocal melody is genetic.
If you thought NewsFeed was done talking about the Boy Who Lived now that the final film has premiered, then you must be the unfortunate victim of a Confundus charm.