Newt Gingrich is reportedly set to drop out of the race to be the Republican nominee for the White House, with an official announcement likely to be made next week.
Right to Worship, a group committed to overturning a New York City education policy that bans groups of people from meeting in public schools for the purpose of worship, marched the Brooklyn Bridge Sunday in an effort to bring attention to their cause.
Lady Gaga has unveiled four of her new tour costumes as the pop star heads to South Korea for her next concert. Some conservative Koreans however, are praying that the concert will never take place.
News reports have confirmed that American game show host and television personality Dick Clark has been declared dead.
Following the unexpected loss of Thomas Kinkade, a number of rumors spread suggesting that alcohol may have been involved in the painter's untimely death. Now some are criticizing the morals of a painter that often considered himself an evangelical Christian.
As youth attendance at church drops, some blame new inventions like Facebook, which have dampened young people's sense of community.
Up to 12 members of the United States secret service face allegations that could involve procuring the service of prostitutes while on an international summit in Columbia.
Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen has apologized to Ann Romney for her comments about being a stay-at-home mom. The issue, however, has turned into a full on debate on women's issue, prompting some to question if Romney is indeed a fair representation of the female population.
Cathy Samford, a Texas teacher for three years at Heritage Christian Academy, had recently began teaching science. She was fired from her position after the school discovered that Samford had become pregnant out of wedlock.
Michigan teacher Brooke Harris claims she was fired from Pontiac Academy after supporting her students in a fundraiser that would raise money for the family of Trayvon Martin following his death.
A Norwegian man, accused of killing 77 victims in last year's Norway massacre, has been declared mentally sane. However under Norwegian law, he will only face a maximum penalty of 21 years in prison.
A group of teen girls have begun a battle against evil and unlike most teens, who are fighting against the mean girls at school or temptation to be popular, these girls are fighting against demons. Aside from enjoying musical theater, horseback riding, and karate, this group of girls are also trained exorcists.
A gag order has been placed on the Jerry Sandusky trial, severely limiting any further details that will be released concerning the case. Judge John Cleland put forth a gag order on Monday, in the interest of securing a fair trial. The new order will limit what either attorneys or law enforcement investigators will be allowed to share with reporters. The items off limit will include "opinions about Sandusky's guilt or innocence or about legal and factual matters under discussion; and 'the reputation, character, credibility or criminal record of the defendant or any witness, prospective witness or organization which is or may testify at trial, or be the subject of trial testimony or evidence,'" according to the Associated Press. Sandusky's attorney Karl Rominger appeared taken off guard by the new order. ''Having never been gagged by a court before, I will need to research the law and First Amendment issues,'' Rominger told AP. ''I'm pretty sure the court has the authority to limit press contacts, I just don't know what the law says about the scope and nature of such limits. Since the order does affect the media as well, I'll be curious to see if any press outlets appeal it.'' The order was placed by the judge in an effort to maintain a ''fair, impartial and orderly trial." Sandusky is a former football player who served as assistant coach for Pennsylvania State University from 1969 to 1999. In 2011, Sandusky was indicted with 40 counts of sex crimes against young boys. The judge stated that the case had received "unprecedented publicity." Sandusky is currently on house arrest after posting $250,000 in bail. His trial will begin in June. He stands accused of sexually abusing ten different boys over a 15-year period. Sandusky has firmly denied that he is attracted to young boys, despite the number of victims that have come forward in the case.
An emergency tornado alert has been issued in Dallas as two large tornadoes make their way through the heart of the Dallas Ft. Worth area.
Sarah Palin served as host to the Today Show on Tuesday morning, poking fun at herself and commenting on her dislike of the Obama administration.
A new bill passed in Kentucky has excited many Amish members who consider the passage of the bill a "victory for religious liberty."
Civil Rights leader Al Sharpton, mourning the death of his mother who passed Thursday morning, has said he will plan her arrangements after a scheduled rally in Florida in support of Trayvon Martin.
Jason Russell, the filmmaker responsible for the Kony 2012 video that recently went viral on You Tube, has received harsh criticism. Now in light of a recent breakdown, some have come forward and labeled him an "Atrocity Tourist." Some question, however, whether more focus should be placed on how the video has enabled and encouraged many previously idle people to take a stance on world issues.
Pope Benedict XVI will make his first visit to Mexico on Friday, causing many to question whether he can capture the hearts of the people as well as his predecessor Pope John Paul did.
After the Denver Broncos signed a deal with veteran quarterback Peyton Manning, many suggested that Tim Tebow would be left out in the dust, and now instead of being backed by fans the rookie quarterback is being ridiculed in some quarters for his faith.
The first episode of The Discovery Channel's "Frozen Planet" aired Sunday, only days after flying penguins created a buzz surrounding the show. The new budding stars could add a serious spin on reality television.
A Catholic priest has been placed on leave for "intimidating behavior" after he was accused of denying a woman communion because she was lesbian.
Two girls, as part of the Christian family band "First Love," have just brought some of the most unexpected support to Pennsylvania senator, Rick Santorum with their song "Game On."
Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell has signed in a new law, which requires women to obtain an ultrasound before having an abortion.
The hit musical "Glee" has often been accused of promoting a gay agenda. Although members of the cast have frequently disputed that fact, the show continues to promote such lifestyles. In the most recent episode, Glee has partnered with the Trevor Project, a pro-gay teen group.