Rebekah Brooks and Les Hinton stepped down as Rupert Murdoch's CEO of News Corp.’s British operation and chief executive of Dow Jones, respectively, on Friday, after the ninth News Corp. employee was detained on suspicion of phone hacking.
Herman Cain expressed his opposition to a proposed Tennessee mosque, rekindling the controversy surrounding its construction as well as sharia fears. The presidential contender made it clear to reporters that he does not agree with the construction of the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro.
Americans' discontent over the country's economic wellbeing is visible in polls released Thursday, which put their satisfaction with the country's overall direction at a two-year low.
Ohio state lawmakers are pushing to enact legislation that prioritizes local health providers over Planned Parenthood and redirects taxpayer away from health services provided by abortion clinics. The bill is the latest attack against abortion providers in the state.
An evangelical leader says he is not surprised that GOP candidates are refusing to sign The Family Leader's Marriage Vow. He says the pledge is a "rambling" document that is "unnecessary."
Abduction survivor Jaycee Lee Dugard's memoir, A Stolen Life, reveals the dark, twisted mind of her captor, Phillip Garrido – a self-professed street minister who abused drugs and preyed on young girls.
Illinois Gov. Patt Quinn affirms the state's decision not to renew adoption contracts with Catholic Charities, making it clear that he fully supports a new civil unions law giving homosexual couples the right to adopt children.
Conservatives can say I told you so as Kody Brown of the TLC show "Sister Wives" plans to file a lawsuit Wednesday against Utah's ban on polygamy. Conservatives have been warning lawmakers that amending laws governing moral sexual behavior would open the floodgates for all kinds of consensual sexual relationships including polygamy. Now one Christian leader warns that America is falling into a downward spiral of sin.
High unemployment may cost the president one of his most beloved voting blocs – college students. A recent survey shows that young adults, who overwhelmingly favored Barack Obama in 2008, plan to focus more on policy than charisma in the 2012 election thanks to high unemployment
A New York judge dismissed a former firefighter's lawsuit to block an Islamic center from opening near the World Trade Center.
The District of Columbia's government paid for at least 300 abortions in the two-year period when lawmakers lifted a federal ban blocking the city from funding the procedure, according to news reports.
Tim Pawlenty, who has been working hard to pique the interest of Iowa voters, shared to Glittarazzi reporters outside of a recent Iowa fundraiser that he likes Lady Gaga’s music.
The Republican National Committee's latest attack ad uses speeding vehicles to describe the Barack Obama presidency as a wreck.
Chick-fil-A is celebrating the longevity of its brand, despite a tough new year filled with protests waged by gay activists, with its Cow Appreciation Day Friday.
Former President Bill Clinton likened state legislations restricting voter registrations for ex-convicts and college students to racist Jim Crow laws and accused Republicans of seeking to gain an unfair advantage at the polls.
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) is defending his budget plan Thursday amid negotiations to raise the debt ceiling.
Mitt Romney proves to be a donor magnet, raising over $18 million in the 2012 race for the presidency and eclipsing other Republican candidates, including Newt Gingrich who is struggling with $1 million in campaign debt.
President Barack Obama and world agencies are pressuring Texas Governor Rick Perry, a conservative and death penalty supporter, to commute the scheduled Thursday execution of Mexican national Humberto Leal Garcia Jr. in the interest of international relations.
A report being released by a globalized think tank sums that although the world of tomorrow will be richer, healthier and better educated, it will also be a more violent and corrupt unless action is taken to curb terror-related crime.
There is a secret inside many churches. According to researchers, most churches are actually run by 20 percent of the congregation. The other 80 percent, they say, tend to act like spectators: they are minimally involved and attend infrequently or not at all.
A recently released national poll shows that Americans are more lenient to elected officials guilty of sexual indiscretions than to those guilty of financial misconduct.
A New Mexico man has lost the fight to keep a billboard expressing his remorse for the abortion of his unborn child. State District Judge James Counts ordered Alamogordo resident Greg Fultz to immediately take down a pro-life billboard
A legal group dedicated to fighting anti-Semitism announced Wednesday that it has launched a lawsuit to challenge a proposed ban on circumcision of males under the age of 18.
A new poll of evangelical leaders reveals that Tim Pawlenty leads the list of preferred Republican presidential candidates for the 2012 race. Forty-five percent named the former Minnesota governor as their top choice for 2012 GOP nomination
“Black and Beautiful” billboards designed to spotlight the high abortion rate among African Americans has drawn fire from at least one lawmaker. But the group behind the ads dismisses naysayers, saying opponents are trying to shut down the conversation about the reality of abortion in the black community.