We hear that Osama bin Laden loves “Party in the USA” — or at least the Internet thinks he does.
In advance of the Canadian federal election on May 2, women across the icy-cold country who once voted Conservative are banding together online to give Prime Minister Stephen Harper the boot. Ouch.
Does your idea of an awesome party include a bunch of middle-aged suits struggling to dance? Yeah, neither does ours.
There’s almost nothing that NewsFeed loves more than a good nerd joke.
Is this for real? NewsFeed’s not sure, but high-school senior Grace Obernofer looks like she really wants to get into Harvard. See her goofy way of showing her love for the Crimson.
Katsunobu Sakurai, the mayor of a devastated town in Japan’s Fukushima Prefecture that felt all but forgotten, sent out a digital appeal for aid last month with little hope he would be heard. Turns out the world was listening.
All Jesse Koczon wanted was to be governor, but at age four, everyone was telling him he was too small. It was enough to make a kid want to cry — which, thankfully for YouTube viewers, Jesse did.
What would today’s most popular viral videos look like had they been crafted a century ago?
Rebecca Black has admitted to having Bieber Fever, but now if the two pop singers ever do meet, they’ll have something to commiserate about — being the most disliked stars on YouTube.
Please be advised that the nearest copy of Sweatin’ to the Oldies may be behind you.
How do you make those tickling, cocktail-holding loris videos suddenly completely offensive? When you learn that they’re often smuggled and potentially in pain.
The Sassy Gay Friend video series on YouTube has been a viral favorite for months now, and with good reason. But in real life, you’re much more likely to have a friend like the new video series, “Disappointing Gay Best Friend.”