The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is fighting with district schools that block student access to gay-related informational and cultural websites on school computers.
Justin Bieber scared his girlfriend Selena Gomez at Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards and squashed rumors of any split between the couple.
Forbes has released a list of the world’s most powerful women. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has regained the number one spot on the annual list, beating out Hillary Clinton and retaking the leading spot from U.S. first lady Michelle Obama.
Following reports that Will Smith and Jada Pinkett’s marriage was in trouble, the Hollywood couple has been seen together smiling and enjoying each other’s company at a happy brunch date.
Following reports that Will and Jada-Pinkett Smith were splitting up after 13 years, the couple released a statement Tuesday looking to shoot down the rumors.
Inside a nightclub at 486 Augusta Street, in the red light district of São Paulo, a Christian service takes place every Sunday when the nightclub closes.
The cause of singer Amy Winehouse’s death was not drugs toxicology results have confirmed today, according to a statement released by her family Tuesday.
Toxicology results have revealed that no illegal substances were found in Amy Winehouse’s system when she died, according to a statement released by the singer's family.
A Brazilian Church may sue Uruguayan soccer player Sebastian Abreu for kicking soccer balls against the famous Christ Redeemer Statue in Rio de Janeiro.
Reality Church has decided Tuesday night that it would not sue Washington state for refusing to grant it a permit for its church members to hold a baptism at Heritage Park on the Capitol Campus.
An Olympia church may sue the state after the Department of General Administration refused to grant a permit to its church members to hold a baptism on the capital campus.
A marriage between a gay man and a transgender woman - the first wedding of its kind in Cuba has taken place Saturday, with commentators saying it shows how Cuba’s attitude has changed in recent years towards gays and transsexuals.
A recently released documentary called “Senna” looks to reveal the life of one of the best Formula One drivers that ever lived, who tragically died in a devastating crash on the race track.
The U.S. Appeals Court has labeled part of President Barack Obama’s health care reform law as unconstitutional.
Preparations are gathering pace for the Maranatha Christian International Film Festival 2011, which is set to be held in Rochester, New York, on September 2nd 3rd. A new film, “Manny’s Obituary,” is set to participate, which looks at the story of the Passion from a new modern-day viewpoint.
American Idol’s executive producer Englishman Nigel Lythgoe has announced that Jennifer Lopez will join the panel for the next season of Idol, which begins in January.
While reports continue to indicate that Americans are piling on the pounds, church leaders across the country are becoming more concerned over people’s health, and have started making plans for church congregations to fight obesity.
Gabriele Marinho, 17, crowned 2012 Teen World in Houston has revealed that she is against abortion and supports virginity before marriage.
Apple has released the iOS 5 Beta 5 on Saturday, along with the Xcode 4.2 Developer Preview 5, iTunes 10.5 Beta 5 and Apple TV Software beta 4.
A "Straight Pride Day" has been approved in São Paulo this week to counteract the "excesses and privileges" of gays.
Soccer player Sergio Canales, currently playing for Spain at the Under-20 World Cup, has said he is delighted that his loan move to Valencia from Real Madrid is going through.
The approval of the debt-ceiling increase in the United States earlier this week may have positive and negative impacts on the Hispanic community, a prominent Christian Leader has said.
Shakira and the Spanish soccer team Barcelona announced recently an initiative to benefit more than 28,000 Hispanic children in Miami.
Despite Brazil's Supreme Court ruling unanimously to recognize same-sex civil unions as a "family entity" most Brazilians are against the formalization of a union between same-sex couples, a new survey has found.
Evangelical leaders in Brazil have joined the chorus of voices around the globe mourning and commenting on the death of one of the greatest evangelical leaders the world has ever seen, John Stott.