Jenny Oropeza, a Democrat from southern California, handily won her reelection for state Senate. But she won’t be around to serve the term.
In what was pretty much a fait accompli from Apple to the record companies Tuesday, the firm has announced that longer song samples are to be offered to users in the U.S. for tracks over 2 minutes and 30 seconds.
If you’re an Arcade Fire fan in Portugal, NewsFeed has some bad news for you–it seems officials feel that NATO takes priority over the Montreal band.
Sakineh Mohammadi-Ashtiani, an Iranian woman sentenced to death by stoning for adultery could be executed as early as today, activists say.
Can’t Indonesia catch a break?
You’ve probably heard this elsewhere, but Christine O’Donnell officially conceded the Delaware Senate race to Chris Coons, thus bringing to an end a campaign that has provided this blog with endless mirth.
We’re bored of waiting for election results! We want to know the winners now!
As bitter single people, this news fills us with glee.
From the Great Lakes to the Big Apple, from the prairies to Low Earth Orbit, it’s election day in the U.S.A. (via AP)
NewsFeed doesn’t know what compelled employees at National Public Radio to wrap a cheesesteak in a pizza and then write an article about it, but as homesick Philadelphians, we are very happy they did. On days like this, it’s …
With the Democrats looking like they will suffer major losses in today’s midterm elections, tomorrow is the first day of Obama’s Act II. How will he handle it?
The media (NewsFeed included) has analyzed every last shred of Saturday’s Rally to Resore Sanity and/or Fear. But now that it’s over, one question still remains: Who deserves credit for coming up with the idea?