Start the week out right with a link-filled energy boost.
It was the best of book clubs. It was the worst of book clubs.
In gruesome and just plain disheartening news, twenty-three seals were found clubbed to death at a popular tourist spot on New Zealand’s South Island. Eight of the animals were days-old pups when they were bludgeoned for no …
Facebook founder – and 2010 Person of the Year candidate – Mark Zuckerberg appeared on 60 Minutes last night. He was asked once again about the Winklevoss brothers, and the sordid legal actions stemming back to the trio’s …
More developments surrounding Julian Assange and the classified documents he WikiLeak-ed erupted over the weekend. But don’t worry. Here, NewsFeed recaps everything you need to know before you head to the office.
Domestic bliss? Not as of late. The Los Angeles Times takes a look at the suddenly struggling Martha Stewart.
It’s that time again–Monday morning, back at the office. And while you’re likely still shrugging off the hazy feel-good vibes have a couple of days off can give you, you’ll need to catch up on the goings-on of the past few days.
The WikiLeaks founder says he’s been all but “abandoned” by his home country.
With that primary selling point, NewsFeed isn’t surprised the price has been reduced.
Like the best ninja, you probably didn’t even see it coming – but today is National Ninja Day!
“There is going to be a large picture of Liu and there is going to be an empty chair, which we notice is seen as a very powerful symbol.”
GEIR LUNDESTAD, the Norwegian Nobel Committee’s executive secretary, on how the committee …
Public drunkenness, vandalism, killing innocent people–not exactly a typical night out for elephants. Until last week, when a pack of pickled pachyderm wreaked havoc on a group of villages.