But it’s OK, right? Because Congressional candidate Dan Adler is Jewish – and his wife is Korean.
This couple proves you’re never too old to find true love – or to become an Internet sensation.
Scrolling through your address book and pressing the “call” button could become obsolete.
Rise and shine, NewsFeeders. Is it Monday already? We hope you enjoyed a tuned-out weekend – but now it’s time to catch up on what you missed.
And here’s the kicker: the new owner has no immediate plans to move in.
The Ivy League stalwarts have been upended by universities on the left coast. We’re chalking this one up to the weather (just a hunch).
“I screamed, and my host parents woke up and they thought it was really bad,” said Akiko Kosaka. “They asked what happened. And I said, ‘They survived!’”
Worried about nuclear radiation swooping into West Coast states from Japan? The Washington State Department of Health says you shouldn’t be.
Updated, 3/9: We were starting to get worried that it had been too long since we saw a sign of the impending apocalypse.
Ten architecture firms have teamed up to design a $250 million retirement community for gay people called Boom.
Now that his term’s over, the Governator may be the Terminator once more.
The blizzards may be upon us, but that doesn’t mean you can’t spice things up with a good chili. Here are NewsFeed’s five favorite February food festivals.