The President of Malawi, Bingu wa Mutharika, is said to be in critical condition after collapsing and going into cardiac arrest on Thursday morning.
Several people have been killed after a suspect opened fire at OIKOS University, a Christian college in East Oakland on Monday, and thousands have taken to Twitter to offer support.
The New Black Panther Party has issued a $10,000 bounty for the capture of widely condemned neighborhood watch captain, George Zimmerman, exactly one month after the tragic shooting death of unarmed teen, Trayvon Martin.
Conservative commentator Glenn Beck has sparked public outrage after his website, TheBlaze.com, ran a story about the Trayvon Martin case, suggesting that the slain teen was a dangerous criminal.
Former Rutgers student Dharun Ravi has spoken out for the first time since being convicted on charges of bias intimidation and invasion of privacy, and suggests that he is being used as a scapegoat for Tyler Clementi's tragic suicide.
Newt Gingrich has suggested that President Obama should apologize for a racially-charged joke made by actor Robert De Niro on Monday night during a political fundraising event.
Soccer star David Beckham has reportedly reached out to Fabrice Muamba following reports that the 23-year-old Bolton Wanderers player is still in critical condition.
A verdict has been reached in the Rutgers webcam spying trial, and former student, Dharun Ravi, has been found guilty on 23 counts of invasion of privacy and bias intimidation, and now faces up to 10 years in prison.
An elderly woman is dead and at least two people seriously wounded after being shot by a man who opened fire outside of a Texas court house.
Bobbi Kristina recently opened up publicly for the first time since Whitney Houston's passing and opened up about how she still feels her mother's presence.
Rihanna is reportedly teaming up with the Invisible Children non-profit organization to create a video similar to the now viral "Kony 2012," despite on-going criticisms, that she hopes will raise awareness about indicted war criminal, Joseph Kony.
The Invisible Children charity organization may be closer to it's goal of seeing the demise of indicted war criminal, Joseph Kony, after it's "KONY 2012" YouTube video received over 20 million views in less than 24 hours with the help of various celebrities including Oprah Winfrey and Justin Bieber.
Kraft Philadelphia has announced that the company is pulling all of it's advertising from controversial new ABC show "Good Christian Belles," after a series of complaints by many who believe that it mocks Christianity.
Renowned American Disney writer, Robert Sherman, has died in London on Monday night at the age of 86. His son, Jeffrey, took to Facebook to inform fans that the "It's a Small World (After All)" writer went "peacefully."
Georgetown University student, Sandra Fluke, received a phone call from President Obama who offered his support following Rush Limbaugh's verbal attack after she had testified at a Congressional hearing about the need for contraception coverage.
A California woman has been awarded $168 million in damages after winning her sexual harassment claim against her former employer.
An armed gunman is in police custody following a shooting that took place at an Ohio high school on Monday morning which saw at least four students shot.
Johnson & Johnson is back in the headlines after its McNeil Consumer Healthcare division announced that it is recalling 574,000 bottles of its grape-flavored liquid infant Tylenol following a series of complaints.
Supermodel Kate Moss has been accused of bashing Christianity in an upcoming issue of W magazine where she can be seen on the front cover donning religious gear.
Karen Handel, vice president for public policy at The Susan G. Komen Foundation, resigned on Tuesday following the organization's latest decision to continue funding Planned Parenthood.
Ray William Johnson, known as RayWj on social networking site YouTube, is a 30-year-old self made millionaire who makes a fortune by posting homemade videos online.
Raven-Symoné is set to play a lead role in the hit musical "Sister Act," her first time back on the Broadway stage in over 20 years.
A mother has been arrested after dumping her two young daughters at a busy Brooklyn intersection in icy conditions.
Attorney Gloria Allred is trying to disrupt an anti-abortion advertisement being broadcast during the Super Bowl, arguing that it is offends pro-abortion activists.
A Pakistani Christian woman convicted of blasphemy and sentenced to death has successfully appealed a court's ruling, just as petition demanding her release has reached over 500,000 signatures.