People were pissed.
"Helping Syrian refugees is truly inspiring," she said.
The day after the Super Bowl: if you were partying it up last night, sorry about that hangover. If, like me, you only tuned in at halftime to see Beyonce and Destiny's Child give the BEST halftime performance ever, congratulations, your thoughts are probably still full of her fabulousness.
I would really, really love it if there was just one week where this column didn't involve me writing about people killing each other. Yeah, sorry to be a downer. Call me Miss America, but all I want is world peace! Luckily, we've got a viral video this week that will cheer you up after you make it through the sad headlines.
Whatever your beliefs, your party affiliation, your level of annoyance with election season... please, please, please VOTE. And bring a friend.
CC extends our condolences to those who have been hurt or whose homes have been damaged due to the storm. Read on for more about Sandy, and the week's other top stories.
Still recovering from your party with Prince Harry in Vegas? We've got your back. Here are the week's top news stories.
The Olympics may be over, but Ryan Lochte hasn't stopped saying "Jeah." Here's what you missed while you were staring at his abs and trying not to listen to what was coming out of his mouth.
Once again, we're sad to say that the national news isn't the happiest this week. Our hearts go out to the victims of the shooting in Wisconsin. Read on for more details on that tragedy, as well as other world news updates.
Still hiding under your bed after Friday the 13th? Here's what you missed in the last week.
The chief executive of Yahoo has resigned after it was discovered that he lied on his resume. In other resume news, a 22-year-old Minnesota man got a job after posting his resume on a billboard.
I think that most college women want to be informed on current events and the news but they feel like they can’t. Log onto CNN.com or The New York Times website and there is so much information- what is the most important? The most current? What actually matters? What is relevant to me? Well wonder no more, CollegeCandies, because every Monday I’ll be bringing you up to date on the biggest news stories in a quick, concise manner. Now you’ll finally know what’s going on in the world without having to spend hours a day sifting through the breaking news.
Two researchers’ discovery that the iPhone and Android keep careful track of users’ whereabouts has the tech community up-in-arms. The location-logging mechanisms, which are inaccessible to the average non-techy user, automatically note and save the phone’s daily travel using WiFi and GPS signals.
It’s today’s news with Kandy Korrespondent! On Wednesday President Thabo Mbeki announced the deployment of the South African army in...