Matt Sandusky's interview with authorities, done right before the infamous Jerry Sandusky trial for child sex abuse charges, was released to the public. In the 29-minute ordeal, Jerry Sandusky's adopted son, now 33, alleged that he was a victim of the pedophile for many years.
A Catholic Bishop and beach blonde were spotted swimming together at a Mexican luxury resort, and the church official could be fired from his position in the Argentine Roman Catholic Diocese. Bishop Fernando Maria Bargallo is now under investigation by the Vatican.
"Fight Church," a documentary about Christian Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighters and a church that heavily promotes the sport, raised funding via Kickstarter to complete their project. They aim to turn their trailer into a full-length movie by 2013, but some believers question if the violence conflicts with the Christian faith.
The Sandusky trial's prosecution has rested after four days of harrowing witness testimony, which ended Thursday. The eight witnesses, each claiming to have been a sexual victim of the former Penn State coach, testified to being harassed, coerced, and raped by him repeatedly, sometimes hundreds of times.
Marsha Looper's gay son was outed by her campaign manager, but the Republican state representative from Colorado told reporters she was "disappointed" at her family being used for political posturing.
Creflo Dollar Jr., the well-known megachurch founder and pastor of over 36,000 churchgoers, was arrested Friday in connection with the assault and battery of his 15-year-old daughter. The pastor was charged with simple battery after his attempt to discipline his child spun out of control.
Creflo Dollar Jr., founder and senior pastor of the World Changers Church International, was arrested on charges of simple battery Friday in Atlanta.
Wade Davis, a former NFL player, has announced he is gay in a Tuesday article. Although Davis no longer plays, he now works with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth at the Hetrick-Martin Institute.
Christian leaders and their ministries are some of the most popular Twitter users— not in terms of followers, but in how many times their messages are forwarded to others. Influential voices like Joyce Meyer, Joel Osteen, and T.D. Jakes tweets do better even with less followers than celebrities like Justin Bieber.
Green Lantern has been outed as gay by DC Comics Friday, and the resulting backlash and outrage has led many to wonder how the comic book world - and a majority of their fans, young children - will be affected.
The Arms Trade Treaty, an over-arching regulatory idea concerning international arms trade, has reached the ears of the Obama administration and the rest of the world. In July, many of the world's nations will meet in New York City to discuss the possibility of preventing weapons sales to countries who may support or supply terrorist groups.
A teen Tebowing during his graduation ceremony Saturday caused his diploma to be withheld by Florida school officials, who didn't want the high school senior's actions to be an "inspiration" for other antics.
JWoww's Palin comments are causing controversy as the "Jersey Shore" reality star weighed in on Bristol Palin's ideas about gay marriage. Palin felt that the President's "evolving" views on same-sex marriage were influenced too much by his daughters, whose friends have homosexual parents.
Jesse Lee Peterson, an Alabama reverend and the president of The Brotherhood Organization of A New Destiny, preached a sermon claiming that women gaining the right to vote was the beginning of America's downfall, leading to "evil" leaders being voted in on a "pathway of destruction."
Tim Tebow, Peyton Manning, and John Elway— three of the most famous Denver Broncos quarterbacks in the football team's history— will be competing in a battle of wills, skills, and creativity: arts and crafts.
A New York Post columnist, Phil Mushnick, has come under fire for an article published Friday in which he used racial and sexist epithets to describe rapper Jay-Z and the newly minted Brooklyn Nets. He responded to the backlash today.
Arizona shootings that left five people dead Wednesday could have been caused by Jason Todd Ready, an admitted Neo-Nazi white supremacist and leader of a local militia.
A Baptist pastor has been forced to defend his sermon after advocating for traditional marriage through Amendment One, the North Carolina legislation that would outlaw same-sex marriage. For his fiery defense of marriage, Pastor Sean Harris was attacked by gay advocacy groups, who maintain that the minister advised violence toward effeminate children.
Brian McKnight's x-rated song has caused such a backlash that the 42-year-old singer had to take down the YouTube video, which went viral Monday night into Tuesday.
A "racist cake" designed to highlight the issues of female genital mutilation, is causing controversy after the Swedish culture minister, Lena Adelsohn Liljeroth, was seen eating the shocking dessert Sunday.
One Million Moms' newest campaign is highlighting Urban Outfitters, whose April catalog features two presumably lesbian women awkwardly kissing.
Hillary Clinton danced, drank beer, and let of some steam in Colombia's Café Havana after a long day of meetings at the Summit of the Americas. The Secretary of State visited Cartagena's local hotspot with aides, friends, and of course, security.
A jet crashed into Virginia Beach, Va. at about 12:30 p.m. but two Navy pilots managed to eject themselves from the F-18 fighter jet before the moment of impact, parachuting their way to relative safety.
A teacher, Marie Bell, donated her kidney to her student's sick father. Bell stepped out on faith, and the student's father, Marshall Smith, calls Bell his "God-sent" donor, sent to help him beat kidney failure.
Geraldo Rivera apologized for his controversial comments last week across several media outlets regarding Trayvon Martin and his choice of a hoodie the fateful night he was shot by George Zimmerman. The reporter and conservative commentator called his statements "politically incorrect."