Two Boston College students studying in Rome came away with a precious memento after an up-close encounter with Pope Francis. Katie Rich, of Minnetonka, Minnesota, and Ethan Mack, of Portland, Maine, to
Courtesy Magnus Engvall Would you change your name for a chance to move to Berlin, all expenses paid? That’s the question at the heart of a strikingly bold—and utterly bizarre—marketing campaign by the
It's Christmas – the season for making merry, going out and, if you're single, trying to snog people under the mistletoe before the pubs close. So I thought it would be a good time to look at one of the
Is Netflix killing event television? In the New Republic, Columbia law professor Tim Wu rethinks Netflix's latest move into content as a fundamental challenge to the traditional regime of premieres, finales,
Online trolls tricked Xbox One owners into “bricking” their new consoles with instructions promising to unlock new features but actually sending devices into an endless loop of reboots that renders them
Russian President Vladimir Putin has been awarded the highest rank in taekwondo, it is reported. While on a visit to South Korea, he received a ninth-degree black belt from Choue Chung-won, president the
On a busy street in Berlin's shabby-chic district of Kreuzberg, the gray and dirty pavement glistens with little brass cobblestones. Millions of these stones are embedded in sidewalks all over Europe.
The tax does apply to pacemakers. It doesn’t apply to children’s hearing aids – those are things that consumers buy for themselves. So the speaker is partly right, and partly not. So is the senior who