An interesting morsel from the Wikileaks files: an allegation the Afghan insurgency, in conjunction with Pakistan’s ISI spy agency, tried to poison an American contractor working in Afghanistan though poisoning his beer.
A Los Angeles man has pleaded guilty in court to smuggling goods from Australia. The contraband? Reptiles.
This just might be the saddest news you will hear today—a giant panda, living in China’s Jinan Zoo, died after accidently being gassed with carbon monoxide and chlorine.
Ivy Bean, thought to be the oldest Twitter user, died at 104. Fittingly, her death was announced on Twitter.
A set of negatives purchased at a garage sale may be worth as much as $200 million, after experts said they could be the work of famed photographer Ansel Adams. Here are five finds that meant big bucks for the bargain-bin sleuths.
“No one will say he is the sharpest knife in the drawer.”
– SAM ADAM, JR., defense attorney for Rod Blagojevich, giving his closing remarks during the former Illinois governor’s corruption trial, referencing Blagojevich’s idea …
In a victory for animal-rights activists — and a blow for those who said it was central to Spanish culture — Spain’s Catalonia region voted to formally ban bullfighting.
NASCAR team owner Jack Roush crashed his plane while landing in Wisconsin Tuesday night, leaving him in serious but stable condition.
The mainstream media often gets accused of having a liberal bias. NewsFeed doesn’t want to get into that debate, but thought we should offer a warning: this post will make fun of two Republicans. However, we are not making fun of …
Looking to pass the time while on maternity leave, Finnish copywriter Adele Enersen crafts adorable photos of her daughter, Mila, and what she might be dreaming about. Needless to say, it’s adorable.
Though it doesn’t solve everything, the fact that surface oil is dissipating will reduce the risk of oil washing ashore or hurting more animals.
Who knew an agent of “propaganda” could have eight legs?