It seems that Japan—famed for its citizens’ longevity—hasn’t actually been keeping tabs on whether the oldest living citizens were actually, you know, still around. Awkward!
President Barack Obama stopped by The View last week for some afternoon chit-chat and in the process revealed a great personal insight: the contents of his iPod. How do BHO’s beats stack up to those of the people who stride …
The mainstream media often gets accused of having a liberal bias. NewsFeed doesn’t want to get into that debate, but thought we should offer a warning: this post will make fun of two Republicans. However, we are not making fun of …
After a life in the public eye, defending human rights in South Africa, and becoming one of the world’s most recognized advocates of peace, Archbishop Desmond Tutu has decided to retire later this year when he turns 79.
Clearly U.S. District Judge Stefan Underhill has never seen Bring it On.
Scoring an airline seat anywhere in the vicinity of a toddler is everybody’s idea of the short straw. Usually, people put it down to bad luck or cheap fares, but there’s always an outlier.
A U.S. Department of Agriculture official who is African American has resigned after a tape of discriminatory comments she made at an NAACP event was posted to the web.
D.A.R.E. to keep kids off headphones.
NewsFeed is aware this story is fraught with potential pitfalls. But it is interesting! So we will soldier on regardless.
Legal experts are saying that precedent may be on the side of the Justice Department when it comes to its lawsuit against Arizona over its new immigration law.
Why President Obama wants to tax
white people, er, tanning beds?
Can Lindsay Lohan do anything right? Apparently not.