Welcome to NewsFeed’s weekly highlight of our vocabulary — including useful, new, hilarious and surprising words (as well as some that are just fun to roll off the old tongue).
As Hurricane Irene swirls through the Atlantic and appears on a beeline path for the Carolinas, Twitter has become the ultimate source for real-time information about her wind speed, location and impending direction. Here are the …
“It was not about the question of gay marriage… it was the very inappropriate, creepy line of questioning leading up to that.”
— CHRISTINE O’DONNELL, explaining why she walked off of an interview with CNN’s Piers …
What gives Anderson Cooper the giggles? Jokes about Gérard Depar-doo.
From prepping to read the Emmy nominations to a dramatic reading of Snooki’s new book, here are today’s links.
Either someone wasn’t thinking when this building was designed or someone was thinking but their mind was in the gutter.
One year after getting booted from a Southwest Airlines flight for being “too fat,” actor/writer/producer Kevin Smith has dropped 65 pounds, but clearly still holds onto his resentment.
As reporters swarm to get updates from the conflict in Egypt, many enter harm’s way. Big-name anchors are no exception.
With his breathtaking performance in The King’s Speech as George VI, Colin Firth admitted he’s surprisingly no fan of the monarchy. And, no – neither a Golden Globe nor an Oscar nomination could change his mind.
This is the one gig no actor ever wants.
Dr. Rice also fielded questions like “are you romantic?” and “If you were cooking me a meal, what would you cook?”