Authorities in flood-ravaged Bangkok warned residents Wednesday about the severe risk of electrocution as storm waters continue to keep power lines submerged in the capital city and surrounding areas.
School prayer is one step closer to being legalized in Florida after a proposal was passed in a state Senate committee Wednesday despite strong opposition to the measure.
The Polish pilot who made a successful emergency landing at Warsaw International Airport Tuesday said he felt a “huge relief” once the 231 people onboard the Boeing aircraft were safely off the plane.
The offices of Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical newspaper, were set on fire in a firebomb attack Wednesday, one day after the Prophet Muhammad was named editor-in-chief for the latest edition.
Floodwaters are rising disproportionately higher in poorer neighborhoods around Bangkok, sparking outrage and clashes between residents along the class divide.
The U.S. Supreme Court voted 8-1 Monday to stay out of the First Amendment fight brewing over crosses being placed on public land in Utah to honor fallen state troopers.
A 6.5-magnitude earthquake rocked Mexico’s Pacific coast Tuesday but triggered no tsunami warnings in the region.
Faith-based groups and religious leaders have launched a campaign opposing new casinos from being built in south Florida.
The recent flooding in Thailand that left hundreds dead and thousands displaced is likely to become more common, according to a draft United Nations report.
A South Carolina Sheriff is urging local women to arm themselves in the wake of a recent attempted rape in Spartanburg County.
With less than a month before Black Friday, online-retailer Amazon is getting a jump on the competition with the launch of its Black Friday Deals store.
Churches are no longer automatically exempt from providing closed-captioning in broadcasts after the FCC recently decided to enforce the rules more stringently.
Abortion clinics in Minnesota have begun using webcams to remotely administer abortion drugs to patients in rural communities, according to reports.
Christian leaders are applauding U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron’s pledge to stop sending aid to countries that persecute Christians and ban homosexuality.
The United States announced Monday it would no longer fund the United Nation’s cultural agency, UNESCO, after the group voted to allow Palestine admission as a full member.
The Burmese government recently imposed new regulations restricting the ability of Christians in the country to worship, hold Bible studies and pray, according to reports.
A panel of advisors recommended Friday the federal government move forward with a controversial study to test anthrax vaccines on children.
A group of students from Ohio University have started an ad campaign to end racism by drawing attention to racist and culturally insensitive Halloween costumes.
“Occupy Wall Street” protesters may be faced with a perfect storm as New York City officials removed the group’s generators as a winter storm is forecasted to hit the region this weekend.
Google has announced it is adding indoor views of certain businesses to its mapping service.
Prosecutors and defense attorneys from the Casey Anthony trial want the laws changed surrounding media access in high-profile cases, according to reports.
Faith groups and religious leaders have asked congressional leaders to spare programs that help the nation’s poor, as members of Congress attempt to slash more than $1 trillion from the federal budget by Nov. 23.
NATO member states unanimously voted Friday to end the military mission in Libya on October 31.
The United Nations Security Council voted unanimously Thursday to end military operations in Libya.
An outbreak of salmonella stemming from tainted pine nuts is responsible for sickening 42 people in six states, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.