Never has the well-worn phrase, “it’s not what you know, but who you know” been more appropriate.
Between the arrival of the new iPhone 4 and the debut of the ingenious iPad, Apple exceeded its calendar of avant-garde expectations.
The wise-cracking, song-singing Meredith was as big a star on television as he was on the football field. (via Tuned In)
If you were to type into Google the names of the 50U.S. states and allow the autocomplete search algorithm to generate your answers how would the map of America look?
This past Halloween, generic costumes were an afterthought for hundreds of thousands of individuals visiting our nation’s capital.
Twenty-three year old Samuel Koch planned to jump over a series of moving cars while wearing “kangaroo” spring stilts. But he collided with the fourth car—driven by his father—and is now in serious condition at a Düsseldorf hospital.
‘Tis the season for commercialism, so it’s nice that Saint Nicholas Day rolls around each December 6 to remind us of the reason for the season: giving.
As WikiLeaks continues to out diplomatic cables in the pursuit of “truth”, the Brits have found their own relic of the cold war spy game — or so they think.
“I look like I went 12 rounds with [Manny] Pacquiao. I guess I’ll be having a little surgery in the morning to get it fixed.”
-BEN ROETHLISBERGER, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback, describing that his broken nose looked …
This is one of the most bizarre stories that NewsFeed has heard in a while (and trust us, we hear a lot of bizarre stories).
A grassland blaze in southwest China killed at least 22 workers who were trying to extinguish the flames. Another three were severely burnt.
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