A million dumplings may not seem like the typical top prize for an international singing contest. But that’s just what American Edward Pimentel took home after he won the World Karaoke Championships in Moscow yesterday.
On September 30, the Ludlow Racecourse in Shropshire, England will be host to a rather controversial auction.
The end of a man’s life is an inappropriate occasion for NewsFeed’s usual mix of puns and drollery, so we’ll just announce this one straight: The multi-millionaire businessman who owned the Segway company died yesterday after …
Forget negotiating conflicts in the Sudan. The United Nations is set to act as earth’s first contact with aliens.
There’s a good reason you don’t see many bookmakers going out of business: they tend to know what they’re doing. And with British bookies — for the first time earlier this week — making Ed Miliband the odds-on favorite to …
Authorities in Nigeria, seeking to relieve strain on two local dams, opened the dams’ gates Friday, sending a flood downriver that has displaced two million people. Opening dams after heavy rainfall is a common practice in the …
Listen, from time to time everybody is strapped for cash and may not know how to pay their bills. Even the Queen of England!
Colombia confirmed on Thursday that it conducted a successful raid earlier in the week on the country’s rebel FARC group. Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos sat down with TIME Magazine in New York to discuss.
Box office takings might not have been as boffo as in previous years, but when it comes to who’s hot in the movie industry, Hollywood’s influence continues to reach far and wide.
Or is this new tidbit of information just a way to sell some novels?
New York knows how to welcome Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
“Many in this hall count themselves as friends of the Palestinians. But these pledges must now be supported by deeds,”
— BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States, speaks from the U.N., calling on nations to support the …