Every once in a while a story comes along that’s so darned cute you just can’t turn away from it.
We thought it was a given, if you lick a frozen pole, you are going to get stuck. It’s as if no-one’s even seen A Christmas Story.
Two Japanese men were apprehended and charged at Los Angeles International airport on Monday for committing the crime of turtle smuggling.
How have the Brits decided to defend their sea-faring fleet in the Gulf of Arden and the Arabian Sea from Somali pirates? With a laser show of course.
“If music be the food of love, play on.” We can all quote Shakespeare on music, but is it possible to literally be on music?
Peter Yates, the four time Oscar-nominated director who brought us the masterpiece driving film, Bullitt, featuring the world’s longest and most famous car chase, has died in London at age 82 after a long illness.
For many the fear of the dentist stems from the sound of the dreaded drill. Now experts have developed a device to blot out the sound while letting patients listen to their own music tracks.
Jan. 3 1924 was the date that British archaeologist Howard Carter discovered the 3,000 year old remains of the Pharaoh Tutankhamen — and King Tut still doesn’t look a day over 18.
Apple’s iPhone has been the subject of much annoyance for many already in 2011 — and it’s only Jan. 3.
Bored of the day to day releases on WikiLeaks? Wish that Cablegate was a bit more… artsy? Never fear, NewsFeed is here to help. And we give you … HaikuLeaks.
By now we have all heard the theories that the end of the world-as we know it-is nigh. Now Ashton Kutcher has let us in on his personal plan for surviving the end of days.
In a game where a frog must hop from one side of a road to the other, you wouldn’t think a “Do not try this at home” label would be necessary. But there’s always someone to prove you wrong.