The wayward emperor penguin that washed on to the shores of a New Zealand beach in June and became an instant worldwide celebrity was released back into the wild on Sunday.
A Pakistan International Airlines plane was forced to make an emergency landing on Wednesday after receiving a bomb threat.
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow has found out last month that during a chance encounter on Sept. 11, 2001, she inadvertently saved a woman’s life.
British soul songstress Adele wowed the crowd at the MTV Video Music Awards on August 28 with her performance of hit single “Someone Like You.”
The Catholic Church of Cuba stated on Monday its opposition of government supporter's hostile treatment toward Ladies in White, a dissident group in the communist country, saying violence against "defenseless persons" cannot be condoned.
A British charity network has forced a Christian organization to lose its membership because its counselors offered to pray for victims of debt, an act officials insist is "incompatible" with membership.
A survey has concluded that most state schools in England do not follow the mandate that requires students to participate in religious assemblies as part of their daily routine.
Christian fast food chain Chick-fil-A, which is currently holding a free breakfast promotion, has received rave reviews from the Zagat survey of chain restaurants for 2011.
The diminutive eating powerhouse, Sonya Thomas won the Buffalo wing-eating contest at the National Buffalo Wing Festival in Buffalo, New York, on Sunday.
R&B singer Beyonce shocked the world when she revealed her pregnancy during her performance at the MTV Video Music Awards on August 28.
A subsea earthquake was recorded on Friday near the Fox Islands, a group of islands in eastern Aleutian Islands in Alaska.
Researchers at the Large Hadron Collider, who have been searching for proof of the Higgs Boson, say that they should be able to confirm or refute its existence as early as Christmas 2011.
A Kansas pastor has been banned from an Islamic center after he was arrested while handing out Bibles in front of the house of worship.
Christian sociologist, Dr. Michael Lindsay, who has worked with secular school Rice University for the past decade, has shocked academic circles by accepting the post as president of evangelical institution Gordon College.
Fashion designer and model Lauren Bush will be marrying Ralph Lauren's vice president David Lauren in a lavish Western style wedding this weekend.
Convicted polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs has had his “critical condition” status upgraded to just “serious condition” since being moved to a Texas prison hospital on Tuesday.
August was the first month that there were no fatalities for U.S. troops in Iraq since the U.S.-led invasion began in 2003.
The Catholic Church has expressed its opposition against new mandatory sex education classes planned for New York City schools.
Mount Etna, an active volcano in began erupting Monday, just eight days after its last eruption.
The victim of a shark attack in the Seychelles earlier this month was laid to rest on Tuesday. His wife of just 10-days paid tribute to him in a letter read at his funeral.
The Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit in order to halt AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile USA.
A brawl between police and a group of Muslim theme park guests has left two park rangers injured and 15 people arrested, including three women.
Christian film, "Suing the Devil," was released in select theaters on August 26 is currently the second-highest grossing independent film in the nation.
A survey has found that aside from the U.S., evangelical leaders most admire the government of the United Kingdom.
As the East Coast cleans up after Irene, and tropical storm Katia is gaining momentum to possibly become a hurricane, Bank of America has plans to help fund relief for the 2011 hurricane season.