Once Brett Ratner stepped down as Oscars producer after an anti-gay slur got him in trouble, scheduled host Eddie Murphy bowed out along with him. Here’s who we’d like to see take the hosting gig in his absence.
In honor of the hirsute charity movement Movember, NewsFeed presents the 12 greatest ‘staches in history.
Muammar Gaddafi is far from the first public figure to be buried in a hush-hush location.
Please, everyone, reconsider your Zombie Steve Jobs costume.
It’s nearly impossible to shrink down Steve Jobs’s legacy into mere sentences, but Walter Isaacson’s comprehensive biography of the Apple chief somehow manages to do so in 571 pages.
Jane Fonda talks men, sex advice and that notorious North Vietnam photograph.
The following is a guest post by music journalist Mark Sutherland.
Gloria Steinem sits down and talks “tramp stamps” with TIME.
It’s not just a front-page headline on the News of the World — it’s a story that has made the front pages of papers and websites around the world. And the 168-year-old British tabloid caused its own demise.
A previously lost painting by Leonardo Da Vinci has been identified and restored. It is to be displayed at the London National Gallery, along with other works, for the Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan exhibition, …