From the country that brought you Machu Picchu comes “Christ of the Pacific”— a 120-foot statue of Jesus.
Astonishing claims suggest that the future princess tried to flee to South Africa just days before her $70 million wedding to Monaco’s Prince Albert.
The pat-down came, and the tears followed.
Long before Kate Middleton became a Duchess, she was already acting like a lady.
The night after the royal wedding, love was in the air. Contraceptives, it seems, were not.
The Duke of Edinburgh, the man of a thousand gaffes, turns 90 today. As part of the birthday festivities, NewsFeed looks back at some of his biggest public blunders.
Vogue Italia has thrown the fashion world a major curveball — by placing three plus-size models on its June 2011 cover.
An advertising campaign that compares Naomi Campbell to Cadbury chocolate has left the supermodel with a bitter taste in her mouth.
Sex sells—and so do T-shirts that mock philandering politicians.
It’s further proof that Hitler was barking mad.
Oprah’s final episode airs today—but the power of her brand lives on.
Paris’ George V regularly tops the world hotel rankings, and it’s so flush with amenities it could make the ghost of Marie Antoinette blush. So why did a jury of industry professionals omit it from France’s inaugural list of …