It’s often said that you never see a bookmaker go out of business. And they take betting seriously in the U.K. (you can place a wager on whether it will snow on Christmas Day) so who better to look to as the world speculates over …
The news itself won’t come as a shock to keen or casual followers of the Royal Family but it does provide some relief from the economic uncertainty blighting Great Britain.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Why yes, and it’s made of paper straws.
When told about this, George W. Bush said it was the lowest moment of his week.
If NewsFeed truly wanted to be snarky, this blog post would have been blank.
And you thought Ali G was sooo last decade. His legacy lives on.
There will be no stranger story this week than that of the British police officer who allegedly used song titles while providing evidence to an inquiry surrounding the fatal shooting of the barrister Mark Saunders. And what’s …
A new ranking of the prosperity of nations found that the U.S. barely made the top 10, while Britain was off it completely. So what are they doing wrong?
Any way you shake it, this was not the purr-fect ending for those who wanted justice to be handed out to the British woman filmed dumping a cat into a trash can.
The longest running saga in sports business has come to an end.
What could possibly be worse than seeing your dreams of a career in music brutally crushed on prime-time television? Getting deported.
Stop the presses. Freedom needs Corrections. Dozens of copies of Jonathan Franzen’s novel Freedom face being pulped due to a printing error.