WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appeared briefly in a London court Tuesday for a procedural hearing over his extradition to Sweden on sexual allegations. (Via BBC)
China and the U.S. may not see eye to eye — or rather yuan to dollar — on trivial matters such as currency but when it comes to movies, the two nations are best friends forever.
The country’s third largest city is preparing for the worst. Officials warned downtown Brisbane could be inundated by Thursday.
It seems like a possibility. NewsFeed’s first question is, who asked for this?
Who hasn’t seen this movie: cop infiltrates organization to spy on them but ends up feeling sympathetic towards their cause? The U.K. is now having to deal with the — ahem — reel-life situation.
Think touting a fashion knock off as ‘Kate Middleton inspired’ will boost sales? It might, but it could also result in a royal pain of a lawsuit.
Tom Brady has more Superbowl rings and Brett Favre certainly has more flashy “retirement” announcements, but Peyton Manning has them both beat when it comes to one thing: marketing.
Seems like 3.2 million viewers are going to need to find a new way to watch caribou hunting–Sarah Palin’s TLC reality show won’t be returning for a second season.
If Queen Victoria were still alive — and what a modern medical miracle it would be! — she would surely have this to say about the prospect of a strike on the London Underground on the day of the royal wedding: One is not amused.
To be locked up is to live the life of bare survival in many cases, and that means one must barter with any available makeshift currency. Cash, of course, can be scarce behind prison walls. But as the
Peter Yates, the four time Oscar-nominated director who brought us the masterpiece driving film, Bullitt, featuring the world’s longest and most famous car chase, has died in London at age 82 after a long illness.
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