Mrs. Palin’s uncanny ability to generate news from non-events, in this case a literal one, was again demonstrated this weekend.
The extradition hearings in London Monday of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange drips with intrigue: a mysterious Australian hacker accused of sex crimes by two Swedish women. Now add this to the mix: Monday, a retired female judge …
A hungry squirrel will go to great lengths for nuts—even if that means scaling a pole, walking a tightrope, and squeezing through more than a few tubes.
This is one mistake he’s sure not to make twice.
The marathon runner Stefaan Engels has set a new world record by completing his 365th marathon of 365 days.
Everyone knew that 2011 was the year of love when it came to Kate Middleton. But could it also be the summer of six-love?
Most Super Bowl ads Sunday night sold products, places or events, but one ad actually set out to sell a city. And over the span of a lengthy two minutes, it became a rallying point of local pride, all while creating nationwide buzz.
He looks just like Luke Skywalker, to boot.
Can someone please remind us what year it is again?
Welcome back from the weekend! Your Monday links feature the all the Super Bowl’s highlights and lowlights — and pigeons in space.
Forget the dark side of the moon. After a new NASA breakthrough, we can now see the far side of the sun. (via TIME)
While Newsfeed loves to proudly watch the twilight’s last reaming, turns out, that’s not what Francis Scott Key wrote.