Aaron Hernandez, New England Patriots tight end, was led out of his home in handcuffs on Wednesday morning in the ongoing investigation regarding the discovery of a body less than a mile from the football player's home.
Actress Stacey Dash has come out in support of celebrity chef Paula Deen insisting that no one on earth has the right to cast judgment against her and that her judgment should be left to the Almighty.
Christian rock band P.O.D. came out to warn listeners and fans of Kanye West's new album insisting the "I am God" singer will "lead people astray."
Giuliana Rancic revealed that she and her husband Bill are considering having another baby, more than a year after she underwent a mastectomy.
Reports from Atlanta indicate that there was an explosion at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
Reports from California are indicating that at least three people were wounded Friday near Santa Monica College when a gunman opened fire.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan is blasting a proposal that would allow easier access to abortion in New York while also extending the legal time frame women are allowed to receive and abortion.
In response to the passing of the gay marriage bill in the U.K., the Catholic Church is urging the upper house of Parliament to add amendments to the bill to ensure religious freedom is secured for organizations and individuals.
A Bible study class that is offered at a Texas high school was deemed unconstitutional after a previous study suggested the course promoted one religion over another.
With myriad ambient noises that seem to fill all common space, a new recording from a cathedral in southern England hopes to bring listeners some peace and quiet.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has conceded that his pursuit of legalizing gay marriage has left Britain divided.
With the recent destruction caused by the tornado that hit Moore, OK, weather forecasters and meteorologists are warning that this season's summer storm cycle could be higher in intensity than in past years.
Hossam Abdel Moniem, a former leading member of the Muslim Brotherhood, said that the leaders of the Egypt's ruling group are not qualified to rule the country, given that the members were once prevented from taking any executive position during the era of the Hosni Mubarak regime.
A man was killed and then decapitated by two armed attackers Wednesday on a street in Woolwich, located in the southeast section of the London.
A man who was wanted for question by the FBI for his possible aid to Tamerlan Tsarnaev was shot and killed by FBI agents Wednesday morning.
Morsi Sheikh, former head of the Appellate Court and director of the Center for Justice and Democracy of Human Rights, stated that Copts in Egypt face continual threats and violence from Islamists.
Dr. Ihab Ramzi, professor of law and member of the recently dissolved Egyptian parliament, said the court's response to the request of Abu Islam's lawyers to change the Christian secretary of the court is a black day in the history of the judiciary.
Egyptian Solidarity has called for the removal of religious defamation laws from the Egyptian penal code and constitution, explaining that such laws contradict the principles of human rights.
Reports from Africa indicate that militia soldiers under the control of the Central African Republic's government are looting and destroying Christian churches and mission stations.
Most Illegal Immigrants Are Christians, Says Study; Faithful Urged to Help 'Brothers and Sisters In Christ'
A recent study showed that the majority of illegal immigrants entering the U.S. are in fact Christian, adding another layer to the multifaceted immigration debate.
Counselor Amir Ramzy of Cairo's Court of Appeal advised that issues surround Coptic and Muslim relations should be solved with thought and dialogue not by political motivations.
A retired pastor could face a canonical trial after it was found out that he officiated his son's wedding to his partner.
The Lamborghini Egoista was introduced by Stephan Winkelmann, President and CEO of the company, during a dinner party that was held as the company wrapped up its week-long celebration of itself.
Current criticisms detail that popular media companies are overstating the American public's support of abortion. That claim is backed up with a new Gallup poll that shows a majority of respondents feel most abortions should be illegal.
Christians are under increased threat from Islamic extremists in countries where Christians represent the minority as governments continue to offer little protections against continued persecution.