The iPhone 6 August release date was revealed by various media reports, with many pointing to iPhones with larger screens. Apple has moved up the date of their extremely popular smartphone by one month, as they usually release their phones, tablets and new operating systems in September.
Encinitas Union School District's decision to implement Ashtanga yoga into its curriculum, which involves "bowing to the sun god" among other Hindu traditions, has resulted in a legal battle in California. The expansion of the yoga-based health and wellness program to Cajon Valley Union School District, Monarch School in San Diego and three New York schools has prompted conservative advocates to remind the school of their legal precedent of keeping religious practices out of the classroom.
Grace Bush, a 16-year-old from Hollywood, Florida, graduated college with a 3.8 GPA before graduating high school, according to reports. The South Florida teen received her bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from Florida Atlantic University last Friday and will receive her high school diploma from Florida Atlantic University high school.
A fast food strike has been planned for May 15 across the U.S. in 150 major cities including New York City, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles and Memphis, according to reports Wendesday. Employees of major fast food brands like McDonald's, Burger King and Wendy's are demanding that their pay be increased to $15 an hour from the average of about $9 an hour, or $18,500 a year.
A liberal radio host claims God is pro-choice and actually performed abortions in the Bible, and the video of his outrageous ideas was reposted on the RH Reality Check blog and Twitter account Tuesday. The non-for-profit organization, which reportedly has the same goals as Planned Parenthood, used the video to posit that "the Bible is #ProChoice" and to spread propaganda to support their claim.
'I Just Learned God is Good': Cornealious Mike Anderson Freed From Prison After Clerical Mistake 13 Years Ago (VIDEO)
Cornealious "Mike" Anderson celebrated and thanked God Monday when a St, Charles, Missouri judge told him he could go home to his family after nearly a year in prison. Anderson robbed a Burger King assistant manager in 1999 and was given a 13-year sentence, but authorities forgot about him because of a clerical error. In July of last year, U.S. marshals showed up at his door, snatching him from his wife and four young children.
A goblin shark was caught in the Gulf of Mexico by a longtime shrimp fisherman last month, and the rare find is only the second of its kind ever caught. The goblin shark could date back to prehistoric times and is hardly ever seen.
Rob Ford's crack video, which was recently revealed by a drug dealer going by the name "Jermaine," doesn't show some of the worst parts of the infamous Toronto Mayor's night, the dealer alleges. Rob Ford got into a fight with his longtime associate Alessandro Lisi and repeatedly used a racial slur to denigrate an African-American Toronto housing official, according to Jermaine.
Kwasi Enin, the Long Island teenager accepted to all eight Ivy League universities, decided Wednesday that he would be attending the prestigious Yale University in New Haven, Conn. The 17-year-old said his visit to the campus and their similar qualities is what prompted him to choose their school.
Donald Sterling is banned from the L.A. Clippers organization, the NBA, and any associated organizations for life, effective immediately, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said Tuesday afternoon. In addition, the longtime Clippers owner will also be fined $2.5 million for his racist commentary leaked by his ex-mistress V. Stiviano.
A FedEx shooting resulted in six people being injured and the suspect dead after killing himself, according to reports. The violence occurred a little before 6 a.m. at a FedEx warehouse at the Cobb County Airport in Kennesaw, Ga.
50 mummies in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt were discovered recently and researchers from the University of Basel in Switzerland believe the remains date back 3,300 years to between 1567 and 1085 B.C. The skeletal remains of princes, princesses and infants had already been raided, however, most likely by bandits thousands of years ago, according to reports.
Jesus' early life will be explored in the new series "Nazareth," which is being developed by Fox. Their foray into religious programming follows "The Bible" and other successful movies and shows which have maintained interest in recent years.
A California mother stabbed her 7-month-old son to death Saturday, according to reports. Ashley Newton, 23, crashed her car in a popular park in northern California and later on approached police holding her dead child.
A Connecticut high school stabbing resulted in one teen dead Friday for refusing another 16-year-old's invitation to attend the junior prom later on that day. Maren Sanchez, a junior at Jonathan Law High School, died at the hospital after efforts by teachers and emergency staff to save her life.
Jesus' face appeared on a pancake, according to the owner of one Southern California restaurant. Karen Hendrickson of the Cowgirl Café in Norco, Calif. believes that the face of Jesus Christ was burned into the face of one of her pancakes on Good Friday.
Fourth graders selling pot at a Colorado elementary were caught Monday, and officials said the boy got the marijuana from his relatives. The 10-year-old boy and his three buyers don't face criminal charges, but all four involved in the transaction have been suspended, school officials said.
"An Act of God" could be coming to Broadway soon as a stage adaptation of atheist David Javerbaum's book "The Last Testament: A Memoir by God," producer Jeffrey Finn said Wednesday. Javerbaum, the Emmy Award-winning comedy writer, will be working alongside Finn on the project, which is sure to include plenty of satire and humorous jabs at God and religion.
Michel Escoto Drugged and Beat Newlywed Wife to Death for $1 Million Insurance Policy, Jury Rules (VIDEO)
Michel Escoto of South Florida was convicted Tuesday of murdering his newlywed wife in 2002 so he could collect $1 million from a large insurance policy he took out on her life. The 42-year-old attempted to drug her and drown her, but finally settled on beating her to death with a tire iron, prosecutors determined.
Willie Myrick, 10-Year-Old Boy, Freed by Kidnapper After Singing Gospel Song for 3 Hours Straight (VIDEO)
Willie Myrick, 10, is celebrating being let go by a kidnapper, who apparently became frustrated because the child wouldn't stop singing a popular gospel song. Myrick was let go unharmed after singing Hezekiah Walker's "Every Praise" for three straight hours late last month.
'I Knew God Wouldn't Let Me Go': Brooklyn 13-Year-Old Shot Twice in Head Credits God for Miracle Recovery
Gama Droiville, a 13-year-old boy from Brooklyn, New York, is thanking God for his miracle recovery after being shot in the head twice last week. The teen was standing with his family at a Flatbush bus stop when two stray bullets from a gunman pierced his head and right eye.
Nine arrests occurred to take down a prep school drug ring in Philadelphia called the "Main Line Take Over Project," prosecutors announced Monday. Affluent suburban students and graduates of prep schools were looking to run a monopoly of the drug business in the area, selling marijuana, cocaine, hash oil and MDMA to high school and college students.
An inmate starved to death in a Kentucky prison Jan. 16 of this year and now the prison's doctor has been fired and is being investigated for his medical oversights while working there. James Kenneth Embry, a 57-year-old inmate serving the last three years of a nine-year sentence, stopped taking his medication and refused many meals, but lead physician Steve Hiland did little to treat him.
Fox Executive Fired for Organizing Charity for Flight 370 Families: 'We Want to Give Them Immediate Relief,' Says Darlene Tipton
A Fox executive was fired for using the company email to organize fundraising efforts for the families of the missing passengers on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which disappeared last month. Darlene Lieblich Tipton had been with Fox for 24 years before the incident.
Bryan Singer, the director of the "X-Men" movies and others, was accused of drugging and raping a teen boy, Michael F. Egan III, in the late 1990s, according to a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday. While Singer's attorney has categorically denied the allegations, Egan claims that Singer, who is openly gay, promised him a part in some of his high-grossing hit films.