Christian radio broadcaster Harold Camping's latest message to listeners of Family Radio on his failed Oct. 21 doomsday prediction has some asking: 'Is Camping blaming God for the world not ending?'
Church authorities of St. Paul's Cathedral, the site of the anti-capitalist "Occupy London" protests that have had dissenters camping outside near the church in tents for days, have agreed to suspend legal action against the campers, various media sources have reported.
The recent announcement Monday morning that socialite and reality television star Kim Kardashian has filed for divorce from basketball star Kris Humphries only 72 days after a lavish, fairytale-style wedding has the public anything but shocked, it appears.
On Friday, a lesbian high school couple became the first to be crowned homecoming king and queen in the nation, according to various media reports.
The celebration of Halloween can definitely be a touchy subject amongst members of the Christian community. While some may see the holiday as a harmless day of fun with scary paraphernalia, costumes and candy, others feel it goes against fundamental Christian teachings that forbid the practice of witchcraft, pagan rituals and other occult practices, which are often brought to the forefront on Halloween.
Hollywood A-lister Will Smith is reportedly demanding $50 million to put out two Independence Day sequels, various media sources are reporting.
Sprint recently said it would need $7 billion in new financing agreements to cover a $15.5 billion contract signed with Apple for the next four years for the iPhone.
The northeastern part of the U.S. may see the first snowfall of the season a bit earlier than usual, with weather forecasts calling for up to six to 10 inches of wet, heavy snow scheduled to hit New England and other areas in less than 24 hours.
In a recent interview with Access Hollywood, 17-year-old pop sensation Justin Bieber admitted that being a Christian is not always easy.
An extreme pro-life measure being taken in Mississippi to protect the rights of the unborn is causing a huge stir among voters as the Nov. 8 elections approach.
Gottadeal.com, one of the oldest Black Friday websites, has leaked the first Black Friday ads for the upcoming holiday shopping season just last week.
PBS is set to air a documentary on the life of late Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs on Wednesday, Nov. 2 at 10 p.m., entitled "One Last Thing."
Archbishop Jose H. Gomez of Los Angeles is warning the American people that they are slowly beginning to lose one of their fundamental rights as citizens of the United States: freedom of religion.
President Barack Obama appeared on NBC's "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" Tuesday night, discussing everything from major current events such as the death of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi and the" Occupy Wall Street" protests, to Halloween.
Following the recent death of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, many Christians have been asking themselves a fundamental question that puts their beliefs to the test: how should the Christian community feel about Gaddafi’s death?
While the latest installment of the "Paranormal Activity" franchise, "Paranormal Activity 3," may have topped the U.S. box office over the weekend and opened to rave reviews from horror-lovers everywhere, Christian moviegoers have been taking to the Web to express their concerns with the film's content and are far from thrilled with the message they believe it sends to audience
Chinese Toddler Hit and Run Video: 'Bystander Effect' to Blame for Behavior of Passersby, Says Psychologist
A social phenomenon known as the "bystander effect" may be behind the shocking behavior displayed by passersby in a surveillance video of a 2-year-old Chinese toddler being hit twice by two vehicles with no one stopping to intervene or help, according to psychologists.
The names of the 12 jurors who acquitted Florida mother Casey Anthony of murder in the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, were released early Tuesday morning by the Pinellas County Clerk of Courts.
Ephren Taylor, the former chief executive of City Capital Corp. in Chicago, is speaking out against the lawsuit currently brought against him by church members who have accused him and New Birth Missionary Baptist Church pastor Eddie Long of co-conspiring to encourage congregants of the Lithonia, Ga., church to put their savings into bad investments.
A school shooting at Cape Fear High School in LaFayette, N.C., has left a 17-year-old girl severely injured with a gunshot wound to the neck. No arrests have been made and authorities are still trying to determine where the bullet came from.
GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain told CBN in a recent interview that, if elected president of the United States, he will support constitutional amendments on both abortion and marriage, that he "feels strongly" about such issues and that "if we can get the necessary support and it comes to my desk, I will sign it."
The HP TouchPad, which went on a fire sale this past summer and was scheduled to be discontinued, may not disappear just yet.
Biographer Walter Isaacson revealed last Sunday in an interview with CBS' "60 Minutes" that late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who died earlier this month after a long battle with pancreatic cancer, struggled with religion and his beliefs about God in the time leading up to his death.
In a press conference last Wednesday for People Acting in Community Together, pastor of the Most Holy Trinity Church in San Jose, Calif., Eduardo Samaniego, joined other congregations, organizations and community members in announcing that the church will be cutting its ties with Bank of America in a move to say "no" to the larger banks that have caused the economy to crumble.
Members of Christian radio broadcaster Harold Camping’s Sunday prayer group have begun to dwindle since his false May 21. doomsday prophecy, according to Reuters. With today, Camping’s re-calculation of when God will come down to pass judgment, progressing and no sign of the world ending just yet, those numbers might begin to decrease even more.