Whilst the Nepali government has lost its prime minister during the struggle in drafting a new constitution, the country's Christians and other religions minorities are rallying to ensure that they will be ensured of their religious freedom.
Lawyers for Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg have said they have found evidence proving that a man's claims of signing a contract with Zuckerberg, making him part owner of the social networking site are false.
The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Institute has raised enough money in order to keep its search for aliens funded at least until the end of the year.
A nationwide petition has been launched to save the life of a Pakistani mother who has convicted of blasphemy.
London police report that as of Friday, 600 people have been charged with involvement in the riots that have ravished several England cities.
A study has found that women who suffer from depression have an increased risk of having a stroke.
Gold prices are at an unprecedented high and continue to increase, but many in the Cash for Gold businesses are finding that the once extremely lucrative venture is beginning to die down.
TwitPic founder Noah Everett has launched a new microblogging platform, called Heello, on Thursday.
The ship captained by the infamous pirate, Adm. Henry Morgan has been discovered by a team of archaeologists, buried under the floor of the Chagres River in Central Panama.
The Chinese government says it is aiming to crack down on instances of sex-selective abortion for non-medical purposes, in order to protect the nation's female citizens.
With the third annual National Back to Church Sunday rapidly approaching, the initiative and churches involved are working hard to make sure that the event is a success.
A gay couple who have taken part in a same-sex marriage ceremony are being told they may soon have to separate because one of them has been denied an application fo a I-130 Visa.
Designer shoe label Christian Louboutin has lost the rights to claim exclusivity over its self-trademarked red soles in a court case on Wednesday.
The Presbyterian Church of Ghana has taken its opposition of homosexuality within the country to another level by planning to establish therapy centers with the purpose of counseling and rehabilitating gay and lesbian citizens.
A study has found that elderly women who experience frequent episodes of sleep apnea are at a greater risk of developing dementia or cognitive decline.
Several Baptist churches throughout the south are beginning campaigns in order to help their congregations be healthier.
Prominent Evangelist Robert Philip Evans died on July 28 at 10 p.m. at his Shell Point Retirement Community home. He was 93-years-old.
Liberty University, known as being one of the largest Christian universities in the United States, has acquired another accolade: it has become the largest non-profit online university.
The notion of whether or not there is a historical Adam and Eve has been an ongoing debate within the Christian world. Many scholars are finding that their beliefs are costing them their jobs.
Scientists have discovered antimatter in Earth's Van Allen belt using the PAMELA cosmic-ray detector, which is stationed on a Russian satellite. The findings have been published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters.
After much speculation, a member of Rick Perry's camp has revealed more concrete affirmation of the Texas governor's plans for the 2012 presidential election.
NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity is set to begin its final mission exploring the surface of the red planet on Tuesday.
For the first time, children were allowed at DefCon, an annual convention dedicated to the world of underground hacking, which look place this past weekend at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas.
Scientists in Japan have successfully created viable offspring in infertile mice using synthesized sperm, according to a study that could lead to advances in curing infertility in humans.
Texas governor Ricky Perry is being considered by many a possible contender for the 2012 presidential election.