Harold Camping has predicted the world will end Friday, Oct. 21 – his fourth doomsday forecast. After getting it wrong three times already, what will the Christian Broadcaster do if he is wrong again?
Rhode Island producer Chad Verdi has made the latest offer for Amanda Knox’s Story – bidding $1 million.
HP Inc. will deliver up to 200,000 TouchPad tablets in a late October production run to satisfy “unfulfilled demand” of the discontinued device.
Despite being acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, Casey Anthony has remained in the media’s spotlight and on Oct. 19 E! News will release a tell-all Anthony special.
Sunday’s deadly clashes between Egypt’s military and Coptic Christian protesters, which saw 26 people slaughtered, has been called an act of “genocide.”
Apple’s iOS 5, with over 200 new features, was released yesterday – however the free software has been causing problems for many trying to download it.
Jeff Ashton’s new book, Imperfect Justice: Prosecuting Casey Anthony, which details Anthony’s high-profile murder trial is set for release Nov. 15.
Apple’s iOS 5 hit store shelves Wednesday with over 200 new features – many anticipate how the upgrade will transform Apple devices.
Casey Anthony’s attorney, Jose Baez says that Anthony and Amanda Knox are just a pair of “all-American girls.”
Preorders for the iPhone 4S have crushed previous records, topping 1 million in a single day.
As consumers eagerly anticipate the arrival of 200,000 HP TouchPad tablets in a late October production run – fans have the opportunity to win one of five tablets signed by Hugh Jackman.
Casey Anthony has invoked her Fifth Amendment rights during a video deposition, regarding the “Zanny the Nanny” defamation case, over the weekend.
The National Clergy Council, representing church leaders from all Christian traditions, has called for evangelical pastor Robert Jeffress to apologize to GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney and all other Americans offended by his comments saying Mormonism is a cult.
Crystal Cathedral’s fundraising initiative to save the iconic glass church from sale has fallen short of its $50 million goal, and people have now started questioning whether the Cathedral’s close is inevitable.
Egypt’s Coptic Church has lashed out against authorities Monday for the violent onslaught against Christians. At least 26 people, trying to stage a peaceful protest in Cairo, were killed by troops trying to squash the riots yesterday.