The government of Zimbabwe is calling for prayers to help rid the country of homosexuality. It’s just another problem for the country that faces food shortages, famine, crippling inflation and corruption.
A man who was fired for refusing to wear a sticker that had the number “666” printed on it will sue the factory at which he worked.
The world will continue to experience longer droughts, stronger storms and rising temperatures according to a report released by the Nobel Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) on Friday.
Former players like LaVar Arrington and Matt Millen are speaking out against embattled former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky.
Anti-piracy legislation under consideration in Congress, such as the Stop Internet Privacy Act (SOPA) and PROTECT IP, will alter the Internet landscape if passed, said opponents of the bill, including Google and Facebook.
Two fuel trucks exploded in the Nigerian capital of Abuja during rush-hour traffic Wednesday, following threats of attacks from terror sect Boko Haram.
A 10-year-old girl hung herself in her bedroom closet this weekend after schoolchildren bullied her for months. An 18-year-old girl committed suicide last week after posting 144 tweets that revealed years of abuse and bullying. Who is to blame?
Pope Benedict XVI will travel to Benin on Friday to restore Christian faith in sub-Saharan Africa.
A 5.2-magnitude earthquake hit eastern Turkey Tuesday – the third major earthquake in two weeks – prompting protests from residents who are unsatisfied with relief efforts.
The Green Bay Packers, the only publicly-owned sports team in the U.S., will sell stock for only the fifth time in the organization’s 93-year history next week.
An aide to Franklin Graham was asked to leave India during an event organized by the evangelist that concluded this weekend.
An active volcano currently erupting in the Democratic Republic of Congo is attracting tourists from around the world to see its spectacular and explosive display.
Joe Paterno’s name will not appear on the new Big Ten championship trophy because of the child sex-abuse scandal that cost him his job, the conference announced Monday.
With the president ignoring the growing influence of a bloody terror sect, more than $1 billion worth of environmental damage caused by an oil spill, rampant corruption, daily violence throughout the country and its most revered citizen deprecating the nation, Nigeria is in a state of peril.
Google will unveil its new music downloading service on Nov. 16, according to multiple reports.
Radical Muslim terror sect Boko Haram, who is responsible for killing hundreds of people this year in Nigeria, is now linked with global jihadist movements such as al Qaida, experts say.
A church in Sweden is attempting to lure Christian youth to worship services by offering “techno mass”-a ceremony in which blaring techno music replaces traditional songs.
A copy of the first English-language New Testament to be printed in the U.S. will be auctioned off later this month in London.
A 24-hour curfew is in effect for a central Nigeria town where Christians and Muslims reportedly clashed yesterday, leaving one person dead.
A 35-year-old man was shot Thursday at an Occupy Wall Street event in Burlington, Vermont. The man was gravely wounded, but not killed.
“God hates, right now, personally, objectively, some of you.” So said Mars Hill pastor Mark Driscoll in a sermon to a congregation in Seattle, Wash. that was simulcast online.
Evangelist Lou Engle’s prayer gathering, scheduled for tomorrow in Detroit, is facing protests from religious leaders who claim the gathering will divide rather than unite.
The International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church is this Sunday, Nov. 13.
A controversial film depicting images that some religious figures have called sacrilegious will open as part of a gay-themed art exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum next week.
The Nigerian army has sent troops Wednesday to combat Islamic terrorists responsible for killing hundreds of civilians in violence that occurred this weekend.