Would a Rose by any other name smell as sweet? Maybe. But she might not vote the same way.
A New Jersey couple has lost custody of their children Adolf Hitler, Jocelynn Aryan Nation and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie. An appeals court found they have unspecified physical and psychological disabilities, and the mother claims her husband threatened to kill them.
According to the list of 2009's most popular baby names, parents are drawing inspiration from pop culture. Specifically, Twilight: Cullen skyrocketed in popularity and Isabella's the top girl name. But other celeb-inspired names are out, namely Lindsay, Kimora, and Rihanna.
Jeebus! According to a new study half of female respondents say that - wait for it - women should be mandated by the government to take their husband's name. We are...troubled by this:
Heath Campbell, the New Jersey man who gave his children Nazi-themed names, claimed in a TV interview with MyFoxNY last night that the children are not being properly cared for while in state custody.
A new study has found that, among teenage boys, there is a correlation between the popularity of their names, and their likelihood to commit crime.
September's W magazine takes on the trend of increasingly obscure - not to say ludicrous - handles fashion lines have been sporting of late, band-style, a phenom they dub "the sartorial head-scratcher." As the article's author, Dana Wood, puts it, "there seems to be a pitched battle to come up with the most obscure…