A supermodel and former girlfriend of the son of Muammar Gaddafi is the victim of public scrutiny because of a revealing interview about the Gaddaffi family that got her fired as the face of a prominent international telecommunications company.
A heckler publicly taunted Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren during a speech before a group of volunteers in Brocton, Mass., Wednesday night, calling the Senate hopeful a "socialist whore."
A new, anything goes sex column from a Penn State University college newspaper has led modesty specialist Dannah Gresh, a state collage resident and mother of a PSU senior, to calculate a community of college students rarely heard about: virgins. The Christian purity expert estimates that there are 8,360 virgins at Penn State University.
Dangling from the necks of mainstream fashion consumers is a jewelry option deemed highly culturally insensitive and offensive by fashion bloggers and industry consumers, and the item can be purchased at Forever 21, a popular retail clothing store operated by an Asian family.
Evangelical Christians See Moral Imperative for Family Planning in Light of World's Growing Population
As the world’s population reaches 7 billion and the United Nation called world leaders to action to meet the challenges posed by a growing population, a group of evangelical Christians are drafting a statement that supports family planning and emphasizes that family planning reduces abortion and lives lost in childbirth.
A new, anonymous source has weighed in on the Lisa Irwin case and identified that the missing baby was snatched within a four-hour window from her Kansas City, Mo., home last month.
Faith Love, a 12-year-old Las Vegas girl, was killed by a drunk driver crossing the street while trick-or-treating on Halloween night.
President Barack Obama invoked theological support Wednesday at a jobs speech in Washington, D.C., saying "God wants to see us help ourselves by putting people back to work."
A Christian man has testified on behalf of a Connecticut man who is being sentenced for killing a woman and her two daughters by tying them up, drenching them in gasoline and leaving them in a burning house.
If a mother gives her baby up for adoption in real life, it would be very tough to obtain custody for the child after the fact. But on television, if a pretty blonde character is attempting to reverse her pregnancy choices, it almost seems simple.
The principal of a South Carolina Christian prepatory school was arrested Friday for allegedly performing oral sex on three male minors.
Under the helm of NewsCorp, the two largest religious publishers in the U.S. are joining forces in hopes to capitalize within the financially sound Christian literature market.
A Georgia university has people in an uproar over a new document that would rule out homosexuals as prospective employees on campus. Adopted by the school’s board of trustees, a "Personal Lifestyle Statement," is a mandatory employee document that could result in termination for those who refuse to sign it.
Stuck to a sticky candy wrapper could be a child’s ticket to Heaven. Or at least that is what some Halloween missionaries are hoping as they slip tracks into this year’s trick-or-treat bags. However, some parents wonder if they are comfortable with the religious messages being mixed in with their kid's Halloween candy stash.
Ephren Taylor is reportedly known for mesmerizing audiences with his financial seminars that promise secure investments. However, many churchgoers who have followed Taylor's advice say they have yet to see any returns, and would like their money back. Included in the list of alleged victims are 10 members from Bishop Eddie Long's New Birth Missionary Baptist church.
Around 700 people were left high and dry for more than seven hours on a tarmac at Connecticut’s Bradley International Airport after their flights were diverted from New York City’s airports due to an unusually severe snowstorm on Saturday.
A gunman in Greenville, S.C., opened fire on a police officer checking on a suspicious license plate Friday, leading to the lockdown of 10 nearby schools being closed temporarily while authorities searched for the gunman.
A gunman with an automatic weapon opened fire at the U.S. embassy in the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo on Friday in a 30-minute assault that authorities are calling a terrorist attack.
The attorneys representing the family of Lisa Irwin have entered into a strange public spar over the handling of the missing Kansas City, Mo., girl's case. Their conflict has apparently led to the postponement of planned police interviews with and DNA tests of Irwin's older brothers.
One cannot exactly pocket the $1 million coin the Perth Mint unveiled Thursday. It is the largest, heaviest and essentially most valuable gold coin in the world.
An image starring a stinking cute kid with Down syndrome was one of the most popular photos on Facebook Wednesday as social media users extensively shared a photo of a young boy holding a sign that describes how he survived abortion.
An earthquake of a magnitude of 3.6 hit California's Bay Area Thursday morning. According to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), the earth tremor happened at 5:36 a.m. and was centered in Berkeley.
A pro-choice North Carolina foundation has released results from a yearlong undercover investigation of more than 100 pro-life organizations that receive state funding, and is calling on some Christian crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) to raise their operation standards.
Hell is not exactly a hot topic. No one really likes to talk about perpetual torture. Well, no one except pastor Howard Batson who approached the tough topic of a fiery eternity during his speech at the G5 conference during the Baptist General Convention of Texas.
Research seems to suggest that religious people have a greater chance of becoming obese by middle age, and the creator of "The Daniel Plan" health initiative says all of those potlucks and church banquets may be sending Christians to heaven "too early."