A burly Queens resident is being charged with animal cruelty and reckless endangerment for his atrocious actions of killing his dog by hurling it from a third floor window Monday night.
Leila Lopes is the second black African woman and the fourth black woman to be crowned with the Miss Universe title. Her win dispelled cynicism about the Miss Universe pageant being racist and serving a singular “beauty standard.”
The iconic image of Jesus includes chestnut hair cascading around a slender face, thin lips, and bright eyes. However, a new exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art called "Rembrandt and The Face of Jesus" is showing more life-like, realistic images of Christ.
A dog was allegedly thrown from a third floor apartment window at 30-59 Steinway Street in the Long Island City section of Queens around 8:30 p.m. this evening.
The Miss Universe pageant commenced tonight at 9 p.m. on NBC.
Can online communities like Jesus Daily take the place of offline religious life, like what happens at synagogues and churches? That’s the question the NY Times is asking in one of their most recent opinion topics in their popular segment Room For Debate.
Hundreds of comments have been posted on The Christian Post with regards to a controversial interview Christian “Glee” star Kristin Chenoweth gave with The Advocate to promote her new album “Some Lessons Learned”. In that interview she went on the record to say she doesn’t believe being gay is a sin.
Couples can ditch the paper chart on the nightstand because new fertility management software called FertileView is innovating faith-based contraception methods and providing solutions for navigating the world of fertility.
Actress Kristin Chenoweth is a self-identifying Christian who has stoked controversy by speaking out about her support of the gay community in an interview with lesbian and gay publication The Advocate.
An international human rights group has urged the Vietnamese government to cease “Labor Therapy"– a drug rehabilitation program that forces drug addicts into “treatment centers” where they are made to carry out various manual labor tasks.
A woman is standing up. Her hands are firmly planted on her hips. She’s carrying a Kenneth Cole handbag contemplating her latest purchase. Or at least that's what it looks like in one of the urban, chic billboard-style advertisements from Kenneth Cole’s latest campaign, “Where do you Stand?”