Does France have it in for Lady Gaga? Or does the pop diva’s fury over having a concert canceled by bad weather mean a better name for her might be “Princess Wah-wah”?
There were a lot of overreported stories this year. And now we’re going to, uh, report on them some more by letting you know what they were.
With all of the commotion over pat-downs, we’ve practically forgotten about the exorbitant baggage fees. And the airlines couldn’t be happier.
Hey, if it had worked, we’d be calling this guy a genius.
The U.K. is experiencing havoc due to bad weather and the conditions aren’t just affecting locals but travelers around the world.
In 2010, Twitter wasn’t just the place to get the news, it was also the place where news was created.
A child’s mind is like a sponge. NewsFeed is glad to see young Ivan is putting his to good use.
TIME magazine recently named Mark Zuckerberg the second-youngest “Person of the Year” in the publication’s history. As part of the POY coverage, our colleagues were allowed into the brain of Facebook.
Next stop on the LeBron James “Don’t You Wish You Had Me On Your Team, Suckas!” Tour … Broadway.
Not too long ago, the guiding rule was thus: Pregnant women should eat no more than 12 ounces of tuna a week. Now, Consumer Reports is changing its tune. No tuna. Period. (via Healthland)
“Train stopped again. So cold can’t stop trembling. Going 2 try meditation. Think good thoughts. It will be over soon. Right?”
– STEVEN TSCHIDA, reporter for ABC’s WJLA station, on Twitter; not only did his Amtrak train …
Because Google has pretty much already dominated Earth, they’ve decided to move on up. Way up.