NewsFeed has a healthy appetite for musicians named after food.
Google hits the tween years today, and celebrated with a new homepage “doodle.”
“I think his testimony was not appropriate. I think it was an embarrassment for Mr. Colbert more than the House.”
– STENY HOYER, House Majority Leader, on Stephen Colbert’s testimony before the House on immigration reform, …
Could sleeping on the job make your flight safer?
Do cars even have faces? Either way, that doesn’t stop them from getting facial hair.
Forget negotiating conflicts in the Sudan. The United Nations is set to act as earth’s first contact with aliens.
Your mother-in-law is so oversensitive, she got mother-in-law jokes outlawed.
Just about everything about this story is disturbing. (via BBC)
Research shows that on average whenever you gain a lover, you lose two friends. (via the Guardian)
“I feel like David against Goliath, but I’ve got five rocks and I haven’t thrown one yet.”
–Georgia pastor Eddie Long, to his congregation on Sunday. Long has been accused of coercing young males into sexual relationships, …
You’ve seen Peyton Manning pass plenty of tests on the field. But what about his scores in the classroom? See the prolific quarterback and other stars’ academic backgrounds on Sporting News’ list of the 20 smartest athletes in pro sports.
Deeming that history texts with a “pro-Islam/anti-Christian bias” should not be tolerated in Texas’ schools, the Texas Board of Education passed a resolution yesterday that requires publishers to follow their guidelines. (via AOL News)