While Newsfeed loves to proudly watch the twilight’s last reaming, turns out, that’s not what Francis Scott Key wrote.
Subject areas future Super Bowl advertisers might want to avoid: Tibet.
Amid the chaos in Cairo last week, reports emerged that looters had beheaded two mummies in Egypt’s National Museum. As it turns out, the long-deceased pharaohs remain under wraps with their heads firmly attached.
Yesterday, Egyptian authorities came clean on the whereabouts of Wael Ghonim, the Google executive who has been missing for more than a week.
Good Monday morning, NewsFeeders! We’re glad you made it into work today. Shake off that Super Bowl hangover and put on a happy face – because whether you were a Packers supporter or not, we all have to get along this coming week.
When it comes to interesting people, it looks like it takes one to know one.
Confirming theories that Sarah Palin may just want to be famous, the former Alaska governor filed applications to trademark her and her daughter Bristol’s names. But she forgot one key detail.
Old Spice’s just-released commercial is nothing if not familiar. But nine out of ten women agree: That’s a-okay.
Can an adorable feline escape the evil spell cast by the innocent-looking rhythmic machine? Behold the drama, in two acts.
If you thought that the most notable off-field Super Bowl talking point would be the adverts, think again.
The Huffington Post announced Monday that AOL will acquire the website for $315 million.
For the Green Bay Packers, who beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 31-25, in a thrilling Super Bowl that came down to the final drive, the game could not have been sweeter.