Institutions of higher learning wondering what the world thinks of them can now point to a new Top 100 list for potential validation.
Headline writers are having fun with stories about a new translation of the Bible, which has been in the works since 1994 and will finally be released on March 9 (Ash Wednesday): “Bishops boot ‘booty’ from revised Bible,” …
This drone gives new meaning to “bird watching.”
We have certain expectations in life. Peanut butter is often accompanied by jelly. Cookies should be served with milk. Thunderstorms involve rain, not snow. And blizzards are curiously quiet affairs.
More than 60 years after the Holocaust, restored violins convey pain and loss — and hope.
The Pope is advocating for Christian baby names. What’s a parent looking for a Christian moniker, but striving for something more unique than Mary, to do?
In these tough economic times, even witches have to pay taxes, at least in Romania. And not all of them are happy about it.
Howard Stern will be taken off the road, at least in some cars — and for particular drivers.
Want to know if the Beatles really were bigger than Jesus? Then head over to the Google Books NGram Viewer.
A new report says blogging has decreased among younger generations. Social media may be to blame.
People seem to think so.