Andre Curry, the man who became infamous for posting a picture of his daughter taped and bound on Facebook, has thanked a Chicago church for supporting him.
An atheist festival, scheduled to take place at Ft Bragg, North Carolina, has promoted their event with a music video that burns churches and insults Jesus Christ.
Nick Santino, a struggling soap opera actor, committed suicide after facing the grief of putting his beloved dog down.
A Christian community in an Egyptian village was attacked Saturday by a mob of thousands of angry Muslims.
A Baghdad blast has killed 32 people in a Shiite neighborhood after a suicide bomber set off explosives near a funeral procession.
A St. Louis woman is suing an Evangelical church over injuries she sustained when a fellow member caught the Holy Spirit and lost control of herself.
A conference has been held in Massachusetts calling on church leaders in America to confront the ongoing destruction of Christianity in the Middle East.
The Federal Reserve has announced, Wednesday, that it will maintain its record-low interest rates in an attempt to promote economic growth and steady inflation rates.
A petition has been started to investigate MPAA CEO Chris Dodd for White House bribery, following his comments in response to the failed signing of the SOPA and PIPA bills.
Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul said that his son, Sen. Rand Paul, was detained by TSA agents at a Nashville airport, following a refusal for a full-body pat down.
Children are still being sold by slave traffickers in Africa and forced to work on cocoa farms that help produce chocolate products for many companies over ten years after U.S. lawmakers diligently tried to initiate measures to stop the inhumane practice.
The rising violence in Nigeria has reached a critical point as the main Boko Haram suspect in the Christmas day bombings has escaped custody and officials are struggling to protect their citizens from the violent militant group.
A secret file containing detailed security plans for the upcoming summer Olympic games in London was left on train and found by a commuter.
Muhammad Ali celebrated his 70th birthday, Saturday night in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky at the first of five planned events for former heavy-weight champ.
A team of orthopedic surgeons at have found that the illegal use of bath salts through injection can lead to a flesh-eating disease called necrotizing fasciitis and in some cases, death.
Occupy Wall Street protestors have formed "Occupy the Dream," and plan to organize a series of protests during the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, which has sparked heavy resistance.
Friday the 13th sparks many superstitions which are rooted in Christian beliefs, but the day holds no significant meaning other than what people attribute to it.
The rest of the world may be concerned with the status of a possible Pacquiao vs. Mayweather fight, but Manny Pacquiao is focusing on renewing his faith in God and giving up his sinful ways.
The U.S. has denied that its recent aggressive aircraft carrier strike group movement is related to Iran, while tensions with the country are at a boiling point.
Churches in Green Bay, Wis. are prepared raise extra money while they cheer for their hometown heroes' first home playoff game since 2008.
A Texas couple who were found murdered together at a church altar were identified Thursday by police.
Tim Tebow's heroics during the NFL season and postseason has inspired an ‘80s rock star to remake a former no. 1 hit.
While courts continue their church-state separation rulings that take religion out of public schools, young people have now gravitated to popular culture to find religious examples and values.
Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan has admitted that his government may have already been infiltrated by Boko Haram, the militant group behind vicious religious attacks in the oil-rich nation.
A Pakistani man who was mistaken his country’s court as being Jewish has become subject to arrest, death threats and alienation from his community.