An Internet-enabled nativity scene would look a whole lot different.
The Pope may not have much use for anything provocative, but he didn’t seem to mind when a troupe of male acrobats stripped off and performed in front of him at the Vatican City last week.
The strangest things are turning up in the hands of French pensioners these days—including the disembodied heads of France’s former monarchy.
Choosing to fight fire with fire, dozens of protestors circled the church where Elizabeth Edwards’ funeral was held on Saturday. What were they protesting? Other protestors.
Growing numbers of young women are forsaking education, forgoing employment and devoting themselves to their fathers with the goal of becoming “keepers of the home.” In your face, feminists!
Here’s a priceless update for you. A group of anonymous online hacker activists (hacktivists) have initiated what they call Operation: Payback, a call to action to shut down websites of companies that have pulled the plug on …
“You would embrace us faster than KD Lang at an Indigo Girls concert.”
—BRISTOL PALIN, in a Facebook memo to her former Dancing With the Stars co-star Margaret Cho, on what would happen if the liberal comedienne came to …
Problem: high unemployment. Solution: build the ark.
First off, NewsFeed knows firsthand that the Brooklyn, N.Y., neighborhood of Prospect Heights is a growing, friendly community with people of all stripes and does not typically have samurai sword-wielding homicidal religious …
After a summer of protests, blogosphere turbulence and cable news boxing matches, the developers at the proposed Park51 Islamic Center in Lower Manhattan seem to be ready for another round. And this time, they’re taking it to the bank.
A suburban Nashville Islamic group can build a new mosque, despite the objections of those who believe the house of worship will foster Sharia law in America.