This past weekend, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton visited Tajikistan and Uzbekistan to warn them that their human rights violations were immoral and harmful to the countries’ safety.
Huge controversy has surrounded the death of Muammar Gaddafi since news of his demise broke last Thursday, however now one young Libyan revolutionary has come forward claiming that his bullets were the ones that ended the dictator’s life.
Rick Perry’s comments on President Barack Obama’s birth certificate have caused quite a stir of controversy.
Dag Kittlaus, the creator of the popular Siri voice recognition software, no longer works for Apple, according to AllThingsD.com.
Steve Jobs, the genius behind the multi-billion dollar Apple consumer electronics company, was thinking more about the existence of God and the afterlife before his untimely death at 56, according to a biography of his life that was released Monday.
Although the Occupy protests have generally been a secular movement, various forms of spirituality have found its way into the protests as of late.
The controversy and rumors surrounding the death of Libyan tyrant Muammar Gaddafi continue; despite many potential witnesses, reports continuously differ concerning how he died.
The death of dictator Muammar Gaddafi yesterday has motivated a surge in the Syrian uprising; government forces attempted to quell the demonstrations by firing on civilians, killing 24.
The death of Col. Muammar Gaddafi, the Libyan dictator, has inspired shocking, gruesome, and thought-provoking front pages across the globe.
The Alliance Defense Fund, a Christian nonprofit organization, has come to the defense of Viki Knox, the New Jersey teacher whose controversial anti-homosexual Facebook comments resulted in a paid administrative leave.
The death of ex-dictator Muammar Gaddafi has left a variety of consequences in its wake regarding Libya, its economy, and what its liberation from a dictator means for the world.
Muammar Gaddafi has died, according to a senior leader in the country's National Transitional Council (NTC), and Libyan fighters have been rejoicing in the streets.
Lindsay Lohan, who is due for a probationary hearing today, apparently attended a Shoplifters' Anonymous course last night, perhaps to prove she's turned over a new leaf.
Dozens of wild, dangerous animals have escaped ex-con Terry Thompson’s exotic farm in Ohio for the second time, according to local police. AT least 30-35 animals have been shot as police continue to hunt down the remaining animals.
The U.S. Postal Service plans to combat their $20 billion budget cut plan by raising stamp prices by early 2012.
A study of over 15,000 children and newborns in over 7 African countries finds a new malaria vaccine may cut malaria infection in half in newborns, while reducing life-threatening cases by 47 percent.
A new chassis called the IndyCar Safety Cell will be named after Dan Wheldon, the British driver who died tragically at Sunday’s Las Vegas IndyCar race.
After month of actively spying on the Occupy Wall Street movement, Thomas Ryan, a 20-year security veteran, on Saturday leak of thousands of emails from the protest mailing list to both the NYPD and FBI.
Lindsay Lohan could be jailed for over a year if she’s found guilty of violating probation.