The Islamic month of Ramadan begins on Wednesday. What would the holy book have to say about high-tech applications?
The opponents of the mosque and Islamic center near Ground Zero aren’t giving up yet.
Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky’s wedding was a fairytale ceremony wrapped in modern-day think: Bride, groom, rabbi and minister.
The mainstream media often gets accused of having a liberal bias. NewsFeed doesn’t want to get into that debate, but thought we should offer a warning: this post will make fun of two Republicans. However, we are not making fun of …
Decca Records, the division of Universal Records that is responsible for Lady Gaga, Eminem and Amy Winehouse, has just signed their newest group—a secluded order of Benedictine nuns.
Rick Warren announced on Twitter that he’d been hospitalized for an eye-injury, and was praying that his “sight loss” was restored.
Calling full face veils “a new form of enslavement,” the lower house of the French parliament voted 335 to 1 to ban any garment which obstructs the face.
Playboy magazine says it will cut ties with its publishers in Portugal following a racy Jesus-themed pictorial.
Imam Muda (Young Leader), a new reality show in Malaysia, pits 10 young men against each other who each want to become the next top imam. (via AP)
Leading up to the the premiere of Twilight: Eclipse tonight, it looked for a while like it was going to be all-Twilight-all-the-time here at NewsFeed. But then a savior appeared on the horizon.
In a world where terror roams free, one man will take action into his own hands. He is: Gary. Brooks. Faulkner.
At least 12 women who worked for the Church of Scientology’s religious order, the Sea Organization, allege they were pressured to have abortions so they could continue working for the church without the “distraction” of raising a child.