The Vatican has come out and denounced a book that was written by Sister Margaret Farley, who many consider to be a leading theologian in the country, over perceived misrepresentations of the Church's teachings.
Chagas, a disease originating in tropical climates, has been described by some researchers as resembling the HIV/AIDS virus when the first cases of that disease emerged.
Pavel Durov, a multimillionaire in Russia, caused quite a stir for acting like he was the "rain man" after he poured money down from his window in the center of St. Petersburg.
Finding a parking space in any city can prove troublesome, but for the right price anyone can buy their own private spot.
A Florida woman is behind bars after she attacked a man with a sea shell and then proceeded to bite his ear during the attack.
While training in Los Angeles for his upcoming boxing match, Manny Pacquiao, who was supposed to give an interview at a local mall, had to find an alternate location after officials from the Hollywood mall banned the boxer over comments he made about gay marriage.
The new issue of Newsweek is the most recent magazine cover to create controversy over the depiction of socially sensitive issues by calling President Barack Obama "The First Gay President."
A local community in Florida is celebrating after an abandoned building in the neighborhood plagued by prostitution and drugs was transformed into an evangelical church to help those in the area.
Following President Obama's announcement Wednesday that he has changed his mind and now supports same-sex marriage, presumptive presidential nominee Mitt Romney immediately re-assured voters that his position on gay marriage has not changed.
There is new concern for scientists and medical researchers who fear that the spread of a "superbug" in India would cause a medical emergency given that they are virtually resistant to antibiotics.
A mother in Tennessee was jailed after she took her son to get baptized at a local church without getting her ex-husband's consent.
The highest court in Colombia has controversially ruled that the word "family" is not longer to be used only to address one's own kin or marriage, and the decision is causing serious backlash among pro-family groups.
A major car manufacturer in the United States has come out and stated that "self-driving" cars would be available for purchase in only a matter of years.
Brazilian soccer star, Kaka, has become the world's first athlete to reach 10 million followers on Twitter, making him only the sixteenth person in the world to pass the benchmark.
A Taliban insurgent has turned himself in to U.S. forces after he found a wanted poster with his face on and demanded the reward.
A former news reporter who is a friend of George Zimmerman came to his defense trying to paint Zimmerman as a caring person who was trying to do the right thing and not the racist killer he is portrayed as by some media outlets.
Former Arkansas governor and Israeli advocate Mike Huckabee has been announced as the keynote speaker at this year's Jerusalem Banquet; the annual gathering of Christians and Jewish leaders in New York City.
Last week a 30 minute video about the atrocities committed by Joseph Kony who is the leader of the notorious Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) went viral and raised questions about the group.
In a case that has gained notoriety the last few weeks a former NASA employee filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against NASA after claiming he was fired for believing in intelligent design.
Given the rate of foreclosures that homeowners have been experiencing over that last few years, it was inevitable that churches and other religious institutions would also be hit by the increased number of foreclosures to hit the nation.
There is renewed excitement in the world of physics dealing with the search for the elusive Higgs boson, otherwise referred to as the "God particle."
Former teen television star Kirk Cameron has spoken out regarding his faith, and in particular regarding his opposition to any attempts to redefine of marriage.
Today Jeremy Lin and the New York Knicks head north to Boston to Face a team that, like the Knicks, are positioning themselves for a playoff berth.
Several counties in southern Indiana are under a tornado watch, a day after severe tornadoes devastated much of the Midwest.
Since the onset of "Lin-sanity" people have been captivated by Jeremy Lin's on court performances, but it may be the impact that Lin is having in the online arena that is drawing the biggest attention.