Criminal law

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Do you need something to smile about? Every day, WND selects the best joke offered up by readers and contributors to its Laughlines forum and brings more…

Homebuilders: 'Master bedroom' has racial connotations

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (WASHINGTON TIMES) Increasingly more homebuilders in the Washington area are ditching the term “master bedroom” for the more politically correct “owner’s bedroom.” “I imagine it’s not only a more…

A 'spy' for Christ in Elizabeth's Court

by The editors of Leben -- Philip Sidney is best remembered for his remarkable contributions to English literature, but his valiant attempts to unite Protestant Europe, had they succeeded, would have changed the political more…

Man in bag: I was following rabbi's orders

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (YNetNews) The ultra-Orthodox man who was photographed wrapped in a large plastic bag during a flight told Ynet on Sunday that he was "simply following my rabbi's orders." more…

From Rummikub to 'God particle'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (JTA) While a great deal of international and media focus has been placed on Israel's military conflicts, the country quietly has become an energetic, ambitious incubator of entrepreneurialism more…

Historic Joshua Tree sites blighted by graffiti

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Los Angeles Times) Along the saw-toothed ridge of Rattlesnake Canyon, crude graffiti invades the crevices that offered shade to nomadic Indians trekking across the Mojave hundreds, if not more…

World's oldest harbor discovered in Egypt

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (LiveScience) The Egyptian pharaoh Khufu ruled over one of the greatest kingdoms of the ancient world. His tomb, the Great Pyramid of Giza, is a testament to Khufu's more…

Can art inspire death?

by Marisa Martin -- Literature has roused men to war, women to emancipation and the world to collectively detest slavery. But is one novel responsible for a sea of suicides? In 1960 more…