Celebrity Chef Mario Batali can be seen on the Food Network, PBS, ABC, and most recently, in court. Earlier this week the famed chef settled the lawsuit his waiters and staff brought forth for a total of $5.25 million.
Jesus.net Japan was originally launched to provide aid, comfort, and support to those stricken with grief and confusion from last year's devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan. On the anniversary of the disasters, Jesus.net Japan has launched a series of smaller websites that serve to connect people to local churches and resources within their communities.
It has been a year since wide receiver Randy Moss stepped onto a professional football field, but this Tuesday it became clear he wants to comeback after the 6'4", 35-year-old former pro wide receiver attended a workout with the New Orleans Saints.
Radical Islamic group Boko Haram attacked two churches, a police station holding prisoners, and a government building in the town of Konduga in a rampage of violence that killed at least two people and sent residents running for their lives Tuesday night.
The 40th Annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race has commenced in Anchorage, Alaska, with mushers and their teams of 12-16 dogs racing through extreme winds, torrential blizzards, and sub-zero temperatures.
Today began Prince Harry's official tour of the Caribbean for his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee Tour. He will then travel to South America in the interest of trade relations.Tags Politics
The Westboro Baptist Church has announced that it plans to protest the funerals of victims of the tornado that rampaged through the Midwest earlier this week. "They died for the sins of Illinois, and WBC will picket their funerals!," the Topeka, Kans., group declared on its blog.42 comments
Eugene H. Peterson, scholar, pastor and author of The Message, a translation of the Bible in modern English, asserts in a Q Ideas discussion with organization founder Gabe Lyons that Christians should not treat Scripture as a reference book to be dissected, but as the "living word of God" that bears relevance to the world today.
Charles Barkley is famous for his all-star play in his NBA career, famous for his current role as an analyst with TNT's inside the NBA, and infamous for the attention grabbing things he says
Michael Jordan, former Chicago Bulls superstar and current owner of the Charlotte Bobcats, is in the news again -- but this time not for his athletic prowess or strategic ownership decisions. The legendary Bulls guard is selling his family home in Chicago's Highland Park.
The Rev. Bob Larson, appearing on Anderson Cooper's daytime talk show Wednesday, hinted at the possibility of a reality program focused on his team of teenage exorcists, while Cooper expressed doubts about the authenticity of Larson's work.
An arrest warrant for former University of Virginia football star Marcus Vick has been issued as the 27-year-old younger brother of Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick failed to show up at a jail facility earlier this week to begin his 10-day sentence.
More than 150 travelers were stranded overnight on the grounds of Yellowstone National Park due to a harsh winter storm that blanketed the region this past weekend.
Author, scholar and pastor Eugene H. Peterson, best known for The Message Bible translation, asserts that Christians must make the Sabbath a meaningful part of their lives, as it provides an opportunity for change.
Heisman Trophy winner, Robert Griffin is turning heads at this year's NFL scouting combine. Yesterday, he ran the 40-yard dash faster than any quarterback since Michael Vick in 2001.