Pollster George Barna says women attend church and Sunday school less, read the Bible less and regard it as less reliable, and consider their faith less important in their lives.
Though Winfrey is encouraging you to "Own Your Life," a disgruntled New Jersey woman wants to make sure that Winfrey doesn't go telling you to "Own Your Power," too.
Casey Anthony attorneys appeared at the Orange County Courthouse late Tuesday to block an attempt to put the young woman on probation for her old check-fraud case.
New reports show hepatitis cases among drug users is skyrocketing causing a public health concern.
Bioengineers at Harvard have, for the first time, explained how the blast of an exploding bomb can translate into subtly disastrous injuries in the nerve cells and blood vessels of the brain.
Chinese researchers recently found that women who eat more fiber in their diets are less likely to get the disease. Specifically, women who ate the most of the healthy plant components were 11 percent less likely to develop breast cancer than women who ate the least.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning women not to take a product marketed as emergency birth control medicine.
According to a new billboard created by the Cancer Project of the group Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM), eating a hot dog is just as risky as smoking a cigarette. The billboard currently stands near the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where 1.1 million hot dogs were served last year.
She is legally blind, but still reads her Bible every day by using a machine that enlarges the text. As new royalty, Felma Schrimshire, also known as Ms. Andalusia Manor, took home the crown at the 2011 Ms. Alabama Nursing Home pageant
Every company promises to use "advanced ingredients", but the truth is that 90 percent of the anti-aging products on the market just don't live up to the hype. Finding a quality anti-aging cream that really works can be a difficult task.
Scenic, South Dakota, might not have much right now but a dance hall, a jail and a handful of out-buildings. It is a town in need of reviving and most of it could be yours for just $799,000.
Walter Reed Army Medical Center, the Army’s flagship hospital where privates to presidents have gone for care, is closing its doors after more than a century.
The prime suspect in Norway’s killing spree will appear in court on Monday, but denies any criminal responsibility for the terror attacks that killed at least 93 people, according to Norwegian authorities today.
The dollar is rising against the euro and pound as the Fitch ratings agency says it will rule Greece has defaulted on its debt as a result of a crucial new aid plan backed by European leaders.
Police in Norway told reporters Saturday that the investigation into Anders Behring Breivik, arrested in connection to the horrific bombing and shooting rampage in Norway, is a slow-going as reports of his loyalties to specific extremists groups are all over the board.
Norwegians turned to their churches and God on Saturday to try to find comfort in the aftermath of the attacks that took the lives of more than 100 people, many of them teenagers, and left citizens of this typically calm Scandinavian country in disbelief.
Residents of Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida live in states with the most toxic air pollution from coal- and oil-fired power plants, according to an analysis by the Natural Resources Defense Council.
Casey Anthony, the mother who was acquitted of murdering her two-year-old daughter in a trial that captivated America, has gone into hiding after her release from prison. Speculations have her hiding in a number of places including news reporter Geraldo Rivera's yacht.
Every Sunday morning, elementary schools and public places, like thousands more nationwide, are being transformed into a house of worship for a few hours.
Billionaire Sheikh Hamad Bin Hamdan Al Nahyan, 63, needed something on which to spend his vast fortune, so he hired a crew to dig his name into the sand on an island he owns, called Al Futaisi. The letters are so big they can be seen from space.
Chronic worry and emotional stress can trigger a host of health problems, according to researchers. However, there is hope for the obsessed worrier.
The eastern two-thirds of the United States is currently in the midst of a spell of oppressively hot and humid weather which shows little sign of breaking before the end of this month. Relief may be in sight for Montana.
Massachusetts might have lucked out of serious thunderstorms Monday, but watch out – oppressive heat is approaching. Perhaps beginning as soon as Wednesday, the Bay State may have to confront the first heat wave of the year, according to the National Weather Service.
Religious leaders within the Church of England believe there is a real crisis when it comes to the future of the church, saying it will be dead in the next 20 years.
Lady Gaga has been pelted with eggs during her promotional trip to Australia. Pranksters hurled eggs at the star as she left a nightclub in Sydney on Wednesday and advocates for the disabled are angry.