How to be American in 10 steps, according to It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Hint: It starts with rising up and ends with celebrating the patriotic trinity of rock, flag and eagle.
It’s the Fourth of July – a time for family, grilling, road trips and, of course, fireworks. For all of our international readers, shut out of all the fun, or our third-shift holiday weekend workers in need of a firework fix, …
The Fourth of July is right around the corner. In search of some sharp-tongued comebacks for the family dinner?
Throughout the G-20 Summit in Toronto, we saw striking images of violence and destruction, both on the part of protesters and police. But a few videos show that not all people really know how to protest correctly.
The video says it all: A tideline of tar balls, off Horn Island Pass south of Pascagoula, Mississippi – blobs stretching as far as the eye can see.
The non-violent protestors sing and chat. But when the sit-in begins, the riot police crack down.
Oh, Fox and Friends. Entertainment that never ends.
TIME’s Dan Fletcher and Steve Snyder break down this week in Internet trends, including Touchdown Jesus and the latest fast-food abomination.
If NewsFeed were being completely honest, we would admit this is the exact way we would react to being charged by a bull.
Alice Tan Ridley is a subway singer with a famous daughter. But the 58-year-old showed some star quality of her own on Tuesday’s edition of America’s Got Talent.
Welp, it worked.