Teresa Giudice is revealing why July has been one of the hardest months of her life.
Teresa's husband Joe's father, Frank Giudice, collapsed at their home which led to his untimely death last month, and the couple has found themselves in legal trouble that could result in jail time and deportation. Teresa and her husband Joe pleaded guilty to multiple fraud charges in a New Jersey federal court.
While the pair featured on "Real Housewives of New Jersey" will not be sentenced until September, Joe faces a potential deportation or 37 to 46 months in jail, while Teresa faces 21 to 27 months. However, it seems the untimely death of Joe's father Frank is weighing heavier on the heart of Teresa's family. more >>
Controversial televangelist Pat Robertson recently advised a mother to investigate any possible occult connections her family might have had in order to help cure her son of an illness.
On the Monday episode of "The 700 Club" during the "Bring It On" segment, Robertson was asked a question by a mother identified as "Dianne."
Khloe Kardashian is sounding off on people who criticize her for posting Bible verses on her social media account.
Kardashian, the 30-year-old fashionista and star of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," recently posted a biblical message on Instagram from what looks to be a devotional book.
"You say 'It's impossible.' God says 'All things are possible with Me' (Matthew 19:26)," the message in the form of a photograph of a page in a book reads. more >>
President Barack Obama's request for $3.7 billion to fix the problems with the Southern border of the United States will not work, Texas Governor Rick Perry argued, because most of it will not be spent on border security.
The long-serving Lone Star State governor and former Republican presidential hopeful recently spoke to Sean Hannity of Fox News about the problems of the border.
The American Atheists group announced that the world's first all-atheist TV channel will launch on July 29 through streaming service Roku, promising "superstition-free programming" for adults and children.
"The launch of Atheist TV is history in the making," American Atheists President David Silverman said in a press release on Wednesday.
"There are hundreds of TV channels dedicated to religious programming, but nothing like this has ever existed before for atheists, and yet the demand is overwhelming. For the first time, atheist video content—from firebrand speeches, to stand-up comedy, to documentaries, to real science-based educational programming, and more—is now available to atheists worldwide, on the air and all in one place. Atheist TV brings consistent, quality, superstition-free programming for children and adults, on the air and on-demand, right from your regular television. This is an idea whose time has come and we're celebrating." more >>
Matthew Sandusky will reveal to the public for the very first time how his adoptive father, Penn State University coach and convicted felon Jerry Sandusky, sexually abused him throughout his childhood in what could be one of the most explosive and emotionally-charged interviews aired on the Oprah Winfrey Network.
"In his first television interview since the 2012 conviction of Jerry Sandusky on 45 counts of child sexual abuse, Matthew reveals never-before-heard details of the sexual abuse he experienced as a child at the hands of his adopted father, and why he is choosing to speak out now," according to a press release on the special "Oprah Prime" interview.
While Matthew was not one of the 10 male victims included in the criminal case, he was among 26 victims eventually awarded a financial settlement. Penn State University paid Jerry Sandusky's victims a total of $59.7 million due to the credibility of their accounts of abuse. more >>