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).
On Monday, Sharon Bialek came forward as the first woman to publicly accuse Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain of sexual abuse. By her side was attorney Gloria Allred, who has made a name for herself as a go-to lawyer …
You know it’s primary season when an under-fire candidate appears on a late-night show following a press conference held by a celebrity lawyer so a self-proclaimed victim can tell her side of a sexual harassment story.
Take away the reporters, the television cameras, the book deals and the speaking fees, and there is little left.
Escorted and represented by legendary discrimination attorney Gloria Allred, Sharon Bialek stepped out into the media’s bright lights to share her story of alleged inappropriate contact from Republican presidential frontrunner …
Host Charlie Day of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia helmed Saturday’s episode, which poked an apt finger at current events from the Greek debt crisis to Rick Perry’s strange speech tendencies. See the best clips.
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)
Riffing off the now-viral display from Cain’s campaign, Huntsman’s three daughters are getting in on the fun. But they have a notably tamer ‘tude.
Special guests shone on late-night shows this week, from stone-faced journalists to desk-breaking comics.
He’s the GOP’s hottest candidate. Right now everyone wants a slice of him. NewsFeed could cook up cheesy pizza puns all day, but perhaps we should cut to the crust of the matter.
File this under things you don’t see, well, ever: a video of a presidential candidate singing a pizza-fied version of John Lennon’s “Imagine.”
Thursday’s links get serious with politics, hunger awareness and remembering Steve Jobs.