Presidential candidate Michele Bachmann was hassled by a gay robot last week, while attempting to present her campaign ideas at the Hamburg Inn in Iowa.
A bookstore has apologized after being accused of attempting to promote Hitler’s Mein Kampf.
Peter Tatchell, an LGBT campaigner has offered to testify on behalf of a Christian employee for remarks he made on Facebook stating that civil partnerships in churches is an “equality too far.”
Newt Gingrich has told a gay man at a political event in Iowa that he should vote for President Obama.
Suri Cruise has raised some attention over her $130,000 Christmas List and many have faulted her movie star parents for its extravagance. However, a department store Santa has revealed that Suri isn’t the only one with high hopes this Christmas.
A recent study has revealed that a new method of applying chemotherapy could change the way patient’s receive treatment, and reduce the harmful effects of chemotherapy.
A baby was recently born in a Los Angeles hospital that weighed only 9.5 ounces. The 24-week old baby, that is set to go home this New Year, now raises old questions about the legality of late term abortions.
The Italian appeals court has explained Thursday, the reasoning behind its final decision to clear Amanda Knox of the murder of her roommate, Meredith Kercher, although prosecutors of the case alongside Kercher's family have still expressed concerns.
A Christian advertisement, which will go under review by Britain's High Court after being banned for clearance on air, could demonstrate the rising trend of Christian marginalization across the world.
Linda Gibbons is a pro-life advocate who has spent years in jail for silently holding a sign at a Toronto abortion clinic that read, “Why Mom? When I Have So Much Love to Give.”
The creation of mobile clinics that can euthanize patients at home is now being considered by the Dutch government, but some are calling the program “Death-on –Wheels.”
Gay marriage activists are outraged at a church minister who has compared same-sex marriage to pedophilia in a statement made on the BBC’s “Call Kaye” radio show.
A man is scheduled in court Friday, charged with seven felonies, after smashing windows and display cases with a hammer in a New Hampshire mall.
An official indictment against 11 alleged al Qaida militants was made public today which revealed a plot to bomb “all the churches in Ankara,” as well as the Turkish Parliament and U.S. Embassy in Istanbul.
In an interview with CNN Money, Shawn Jay-Z Carter has said that most people in America would not mind being forced to pay higher taxes.
Katharine Hayhoe, a leading climatologist and Evangelical has reached out to the Christian community in an attempt to increase awareness of global warming.
Parents looking to get their iPad back from their kids this season may want to consider a tablet designed especially for young minds. Consumer Report took on a recent study that explored tablet options for kids and included letting kids test the tablets themselves.
Planned Parenthood has developed a new action fund named Women Are Watching, which has drawn negative attention to Newt Gingrich’s stance on women’s health, amongst other things.
The creator who developed well-known characters for DC Comics, such as Robin and the Joker, has passed away today at the age of 89.
An Illinois Bed and Breakfast has responded to a civil rights charge after a gay couple complained that their human rights had been violated, and are now attempting to suppress what the Bed and Breakfast claims is their religious freedom.
Seven former employees of Planned Parenthood have written a letter that has declared their support for Congress in its pending investigation, and maintained that the family planning clinic has mixed state funding to carry out abortions.
The Food and Drug Administration will make a decision by Wednesday on whether to allow Plan B, the emergency contraceptive pill, to be sold over counters to customers of any age.
A Muslim man has been taken into custody to be questioned for the attempted rape and shooting of an 18-year-old girl in Pakistan.
Occupy Wall Street has continued its protest with a new movement labeled “Occupy Our Homes.” According to the Occupy Our Homes website Tuesday was declared the “National Day of Action to stop and reverse foreclosures.”