Veteran radio and television broadcaster Larry King says he thinks the only reason religion exists is because people fear death and declared "I'm probably an atheist."
King made the revelation last Thursday on the popular Power 105.1 morning radio show in New York City called "The Breakfast Club" hosted by DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God.
In a portion of the interview beginning at about the 8-minute 15-second mark, King and the hosts engage in a discussion about life and death after Charlamagne Tha God questioned the 81-year-old, who's been married seven times, about his desire to freeze his body after he dies. more >>
Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani refused to apologize for questioning President Barack Obama's love of America.
Giuliani defended his remarks while appearing on "The Kelly File" Thursday night. Host Megyn Kelly asked the former mayor if he wanted to apologize for questioning Obama's loyalty and love of country.
"Not at all," Giuliani responded. "I want to repeat it. The reality is, from all that I can see of this president, all that I've heard of him, he apologizes for America, he criticizes America. This is an American president I've never seen before." more >>
New York Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony will undergo season-ending knee surgery.
Knicks president Phil Jackson announced Anthony's decision just three days after the the superstar participated in the NBA All-Star Game at the Madison Square Garden.
While the former champion coach kept mum about a timetable of the extent of Anthony's absence as they have to wait for the surgery to take place, Anthony might miss at least four months of basketball, effectively putting his season with the struggling Knicks to an end. more >>
Real estate entrepreneurs David and Jason Benham, widely known as the Benham brothers, recently called on Christians to unite in the wake of what they say is a growing threat to religious freedoms.
Last year, the 39-year-old twin brothers made headlines when their HGTV reality series "Flip it Forward" was scrapped before it aired following complaints from liberal special interest groups that criticized their stances on hot button issues like same-sex marriage and abortion.
The Benhams, who identify as being "pro-marriage" and "pro-life," say their ordeal is indicative of a growing threat on First Amendment rights facing Christians around the nation and they're urging believers to stand up for their religious freedoms. more >>
Jesus is a hot commodity. At least three networks — CNN, National Geographic and NBC — are banking on Christians tuning in during the holy season of Lent and on Easter Sunday to watch their varied presentations on the Son of God.
First on deck is CNN's original series, "Finding Jesus: Faith, Fact, Forgery," scheduled to air Sunday, March 1 at 9 p.m. E.T. more >>
Floyd Mayweather denied reports claiming he agreed with Manny Pacquiao on the terms of their much-anticipated fight. Reports surfaced over the weekend said that both champion boxers have reached an agreement for a $250 million fight.
Philippine television network GMA News TV first reported the news citing an interview with Pacquiao himself. British publication The Telegraph confirmed the news citing a source close to the WBO welterwight champion, who even hinted that Mayweather was set to officially announce the formal staging of the fight during the NBA All-Star Game at the Madison Square Garden.
However, speaking to David Aldridge of TNT, Mayweather debunked the reports and said, "That's not true. It's just a speculation and rumor." more >>