Your mid-week round-up includes Facebook faux pas and state dinners. Happy Wednesday!
The American politician, activist and Kennedy brother-in-law Sargent Shriver died on January 18th in his homestate of Maryland; he was 95.
The makers of Four Loko wish they thought of this.
The F.B.I. says the device could have caused “multiple casualties.” Thankfully, it was found — and defused — before the march got underway.
As the American tennis ace ran across the court in a garish fluorescent top, her namesake, the Roman goddess of beauty, was probably vomiting in the heavens.
A new report released Tuesday by the Secretary of Health and Human Services says that as many as one in two non-senior Americans have a medical condition that could lead them to be denied health care coverage.
Love knows no boundaries, Iran. So NewsFeed will just have to find another way to get our chocolates to the Supreme Leader.
There was beauty in the blizzard, and a couple of tourists found it. Too bad they lost their film. Now the man who found the roll is on a mission to reunite the photographers with their stunning pictures.
When grappling with the tragedy in Tucson, it’s difficult to imagine extracting hope from the heartbreaking carnage. After all, what could possibly refute the scorching pain felt in the wake of the massacre that played out in …
Love is tender. Love is kind. Love is having your romance recounted through colorful doodles and bubbly writing.
Will a more balanced approach to parental leave be the downfall of Britain? Business owners certainly seem to think so.
“It’s like if Adolph Hitler were still alive and suddenly appeared at the Berlin airport.”
— Georges Michel, historian, explaining why Haiti’s former dictator, Jean-Claude ‘Baby Doc’ Duvalier, was arrested upon his return …