Thursday’s links talk artistic conflicts, rewritten history and the language barrier.
As the protests on Wall Street continue to grow, NewsFeed headed down to Zuccotti Park to watch labor unions offer their support.
Sleek, simple and elegant, the front pages noting Steve Jobs’s death were mostly reminiscent of the man they were memorializing.
In a testament to just how far Steve Jobs’ influence reached, notables from politicians to athletes to technology executives have issued statements on the Apple founder’s passing.
As the closing arguments begin in the contentious legal battle, NewsFeed presents the names and faces you need to know.
As the Polaroid images sharpened, the children began to laugh.
If you need a few new pieces of trivia to fling around the water cooler, we hope you like to talk about hair and pets.
Behold the pageant’s wacky—and occasionally tacky—national costumes.
Elizabeth Taylor had many loves in her life (famously marrying eight times), but diamonds really were this girl’s best friend.
Beyoncé’s new baby girl Blue Ivy isn’t the only thing worth celebrating. On Sep. 4, the singer turned 30.
Newspapers around the world, compiled by Newseum in Washington, D.C., showcase the London riots after three days of chaos.
It’s ugly out there in London, where some of the worst riots in recent memory continue to play out following the fatal shooting by police of 29-year-old Mark Duggan. Have a look at what people are saying, as well as some of the …