A new study from researchers at Bristol University in the U.K. has shown that author Rudyard Kipling was more right than you’d think.
This sad, sordid story came to an end Wednesday with Saud Abdulaziz bin Nasser al Saud getting the longest sentence of them all.
“Where in the Constitution is the separation of church and state?”
– CHRISTINE O’DONNELL, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Delaware, asking opponent Chris Coons after he said religious doctrine has no place in public …
Hey hey, LBJ, how many times were you almost accidentally shot by the Secret Service today?
And also like Christine O’Donnell, Elvira is you–with one sizable difference.
Does marijuana cause addiction? As Californians prepare to vote on Prop 19 — which would legalize recreational use of the drug, at least under state law — the question is more pertinent than ever. Head over to Healthland for …
Five to seven shots were fired at the Pentagon early Tuesday morning. The shooter, however, is still unkown.
Fraternities have been behind a lot of ridiculous stunts in the past, but this is a whole new low.
Dear Major League Sluggers: Sorry. This hasn’t been your year. In fact, it’s been dubbed the year of the pitcher (or was that 1963?). Anyways, NewsFeed is here to help. Call us your virtual batting coach.
Giving aid to developing countries has long been a contentious issue in the fight against global poverty. But now Bill and Melinda Gates are setting the record straight.
Who says the U.S. economy is in trouble? We lead the world in iPhone app innovation!
Hey you! You’re wasting money and you don’t even know it!