The well has been capped 5,000 feet down. The surface oil is disappearing. Is it really time to roll up the cleanup? (via Ecocentric)
While watching last year’s Joseph Gordon Levitt-Zooey Deschanel vehicle (500) Days of Summer, NewsFeed has to admit our first thought was not, “This movie would be much improved with the addition of Lil Wayne!” However, one of …
Just as Director Jay Roach’s Meet the Parents delivered more than its one-line synopsis promised, Dinner for Schmucks transcends the grossness of its title and trailers. This may not be the highest achievement of the director’s …
Did you ever expect ocean water to end up in your drinking glass?
It was a bleak week on NewsFeed. TIME’s Dan Fletcher and Megan Friedman recap what was buzzing around the Web this week.
A week after their nation became the first Latin-American country to legalize same-sex weddings, Jose Luis Navarro and Miguel Angel Calefato became the first pair to tie the knot.
The days of pricking your finger every meal may just be over for the 23.6 million diabetics living in America: scientists have produced a non-invasive blood glucose monitor that is to be implanted into the patient’s torso.
You gotta feel for the North Korean football squad. As if losing all three group games in the World Cup wasn’t bad enough, the players had to endure a six-hour public shaming once they returned home.
Plain ain’t cutting it? Time to celebrate something different.
What happens when you live in a $20 million mansion in the center of London? You throw “porn disco” parties.
Or the coolest? It takes a unique couple to commit to a video-game inspired wedding invitation. Sound off with what you think at TheDailyWh.at.
He allegedly killed nine people and evaded authorities. But New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson is still considering a pardon — nearly 130 years after the saga began.