New York City students at Stuyvesant High School are asking NY Knicks' player, Jeremy Lin to speak at their high school's graduation.
The death of Gaddafi was welcomed among many on the streets of Libya's capital, Tripoli on Thursday.
Violence struck the streets of Cairo Sunday when a group of about 1,500 Coptic Christian protesters were attacked during what was supposed to be a peaceful rally against a church attack last week.
Following the death of Apple Inc.’s co-founder Steve Jobs, business celebrities, many of whom Jobs made collaborations with, have gone public in offering their tributes, describing him as “one of the most innovative people of our time.”
Immediately following the announcement of the death of Steve Jobs, Apple published an obituary to their legendary leader; a man behind some of the most-used and sought-out products in the world.
The Lifetime movie based on the true story of Amanda Knox, who was acquitted Monday for the murder of Meredith Kercher in Italy, will now include a brief update based on the trial’s final verdict.
When thieves decide to rob a music store, chances are they will go for the bestselling albums, however, that was not the focus for two men in a North Knoxville bookstore, who decided to go for all the Christian music CDs.
Justin Bieber praised God and Jesus in front on millions of people during Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs).
Sunday night's MTV VMA's was full of surprises. After a performance Beyonce unbuttoned her jacket and gallantly showed off her protruding belly to the world, announcing for the first time that she and husband Jay-Z are expecting their first baby.
Consumers looking for an HP TouchPad and exhausted from reading “Sold Out” from every single retailer they visit, may continue to be left in limbo it seems.
Shortly after HP announced its massive price cut on HP TouchPad to $99, programmers began to work on an Android OS to replace the unpopular webOS, and now there appear to be signs of life for the anticipated OS.
Rev. Al Sharpton has been confirmed to host “Politics Nation” on MSNBC. Sharpton will replace Cenk Uygur, who left in July and take over the 6 p.m. slot beginning next Monday, Aug. 29.
The 5.8 magnitude earthquake that shook the East Coast on Tuesday afternoon has damaged older edifices in the DC area.
HP’s $99 TouchPad might turn out to be a smart investment after all, especially now that a group of coders are working on an Android OS for the tablet.
Casey Anthony is back to Florida hoping to avoid serving a year's probation for check fraud.
Though Sunday night’s shocking announcement by Ryan Murphy about the official winner of the “Glee Project” captured the headlines, Christians have been praising Samuel Larsen for sharing his faith.
Everyone was a winner during Sunday night’s Glee Project competition. Ryan Murphy, judge and executive producer of the Glee Project surprised the audience when after crowning Samuel Larsen, 19, the winner suddenly added that there would be a second crown awarded to Damian McGinty, 18.
Long after the feud between Tori Spelling and Shannen Doherty ended, they not only came to terms with one another but now Spelling is even willing to plan her wedding.
When 51-year-old Doug Hutchison married his 16-year-old bride, Courtney Stodden, in Las Vegas on May 20 this year, the majority of people disapproved of the actor’s union to the minor.
Warner Bros has reveled Superman’s darker look in a brand new image for its upcoming “Man of Steel” film set to hit theaters June 14, 2013.
According to celebrity psychiatrist, Dr. Drew Pinsky, Amy Winehouse tried to get in contact with him prior to her death on Saturday, July 23.
President Obama presented the Medal of Honor to Army Sgt. 1st Class Leroy Petry on Tuesday for protecting his fellow soldiers by grabbing and throwing back a live grenade while in combat in Afghanistan. His selfless act of valor cost him his right hand.
The band Rascal Flatts recorded a tribute song to Caylee Anthony titled “She’s Going Places.” The song debuted Friday on the Nancy Grace show
Rear Admiral Barry C. Black, the 62nd Chaplain of the United States Senate, reflected on the true meaning of Independence Day and asked if Americans are “free indeed” during a Sunday sermon.