The Sept. 11 attacks and Osama bin Laden triggered a new industry centered around airport security. Now, his death has triggered an uptick in the funny T-shirt business.
Happy (early) birthday, Charlie Chaplin! You’ve been officially doodled.
“He dozed off a little bit and woke up and got real happy,” the boy’s mother said, proving that even toddlers know being intoxicated is the best way to enjoy Applebee’s.
When a plane loses pressure, the result is a noisy, terrifying scene in which passengers can be, and have been, sucked out of a plane.
What would Peanuts be like without its closing joke?
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.
Thursday’s second round of the NCAA Tournament was one of the most exciting in recent memory. Powerhouse teams went down (No. 4 Louisville), others barely survived (No. 4 Kentucky) and many of the games were decided in the waning …
You’re not making NewsFeed feel very good about its bracket, Jay.
Some say it’s science. NewsFeed says it’s creepy.
Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks studio has purchased the screen rights to a book chronicling the secret-sharing site WikiLeaks. NewsFeed thought it would help Steve out and give its picks for the movie’s main characters. You’re welcome.
Its stars will now quite literally bust through the television screen.