A very powerful earthquake struck of the western coast of Indonesia on Wednesday.
The transgender community is trying to gain recognition on paper for their “lived sexual identity,” according to a lawsuit filed in March of 2011. A lawsuit was filed last year demanding the right to change birth certificates to reflect a transgendered person’s current “lived” gender status.
Parents who took their children to an “Alvin and the Chipmunks” movie in Chicago got an extra show they would never ever want, a naked man in the front of the theater.
On Wednesday scientists working in conjunction with the Pentagon announced recent studies and experiments had produced a “time cloak” device which enables an event to be undetectable.
A Vietnam veteran who served his country bravely had his name misspelled on a war memorial honoring fallen service members.
A massive school of herring washed ashore on a beach in Norway where some witnesses’ estimates had placed the number of dead fish in the tens of thousands.
A man has filed a lawsuit against PepsiCo claiming that a can of soda he bought out of a vending machine contained a dead mouse.
A north Texas man who was wanted for several armed robberies was caught in Mississippi after he refused to yield during a routine traffic stop.
The coordinated search involving more than 200 law enforcement personnel after the tragic shooting death of a Mount Rainer National Park Ranger has come to an end with the suspected body of the shooter being found in the woods of the park.
A Pastor at a church in Michigan had a warrant issued for his arrest stemming from accusations that he embezzled over $100,000 from church coffers.
There is a major uproar due to the shortage of a drug that helps treat individuals with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), with many doctors writing prescriptions to similar drugs to help offset the shortage.
A mother diagnosed with cancer made the ultimate sacrifice, foregoing chemotherapy treatment in order to give birth to her child, only to pass away less than two weeks later.
A deeply disturbed man is in police custody in Grand Rapids, Mich., after he was charged by police with infecting an unknown number of people with HIV.
A man in Florida burnt down his house to prevent his wife and his mother from moving in with him.
A teacher who worked at two Catholic schools in Cincinnati was fired because school officials said she broke her contract by using artificial insemination to get pregnant.
An early morning pile up involving 40 vehicles on Interstate 10 in New Orleans shut down the Interstate in both directions and also claimed the lives of two people while injuring scores of others.
With less than a week before the Iowa caucuses Newt Gingrich, the former onetime polling frontrunner, is trying to use his “Positive Campaign” as a way to distance him from the other GOP candidates but, negative ads from his opponents has Gingrich using not so positive rhetoric.
A 28-story escalator has just been completed in Medellin, Colombia making it the world’s largest and longest outdoor elevator.
Breastfeeding mothers banded together yesterday in “nurse-ins” at retailers and malls around the nation to show support for a Houston mother who claimed to be harassed by store employees when she began breastfeeding her infant son.
A petition has been started calling for the resignation of the Archbishop of Chicago, Cardinal Francis George following his comments likening the LGBT community to the Ku Klux Klan.
Matt Miofsky is the pastor of The Gathering United Methodist Church in St. Louis Missouri and is responsible for creating the “Recycle the Five” drive.
A man eager to see a friend on Christmas decided that instead of waiting for the next bus to make its scheduled pick-up that he would take matters into his own hands and drive the bus there to see his friend himself.
A Christian man has been arrested and charged with blasphemy in Lahore, Pakistan after a reported dispute with his landlord, in which the landlord accused the man of burning several pages of the Qur'an in order to make tea.
After the bombings on Christmas in northern Nigeria killed dozens and wounded scores of others many in the region are warning that continued provocation will amount to the outright outbreak of religious war.