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The film world might be focused on Oscar season, but there’s always room for reflection on British cinema. Right?
Chipotle restaurants have long been known for offering delicious Mexican food made with sustainably raised products — dubbed “Food with Integrity.” But recently the chain, has come under government scrutiny for employing illegal …
Talk about hitting below the belt.
Colombia’s newest smuggler: An 11 year-old girl.
A handful of Malaysian states plan to carry out “immorality checks” on February 14 to ensure that the country’s lovers don’t get carried away.
What’s not surprising about this story – the Cubs lost.
Mercedes-Benz will debut a new car Wednesday night at New York Fashion Week. NewsFeed has a sneak peek.
The stage was set, the practice models were “married,” and one of Britain’s biggest television networks was signed on. But in the end, the royal family has axed the idea of a 3D presentation of the television event of the century.
Is a 9-year-old too young to have a Facebook account? How about a 12-year-old? This morning on the Today Show, first lady Michelle Obama revealed that her daughters, Sasha and Malia, are not allowed on the social networking site. (via AP)
Robbers beware. It’s not the security guards you need to watch out for, but a woman and her flailing purse.
A portion of the NFL’s response to the Super Bowl ticketing controversy could be considered generous. But was some of it disingenuous? And is the NFL as committed to safety as it says?