A lonely woman who believed in the teachings of Harold Camping recently died and left nearly her entire estate to Family Radio. Her family members believe that had she lived long enough to see the May 21 prediction fail, she would not have left her inheritance to the Christian radio network behind the failed doomsday claim.
Casey Anthony’s mother made three 911 phone calls on July 15, 2008 – the day when she reported her two-year-old granddaughter missing.
Casey Anthony’s mother, Cindy Anthony, took the stand Tuesday and gave a similar testimony to her husband saying that her daughter’s car had a horrible odor after it was retrieved from the tow yard in mid-July.
The harrowing murder trial of Casey Anthony is expected to resume Tuesday morning. Casey Anthony is accused of first degree murder of her two-year-old daughter Caylee. If convicted, she could face the death penalty.
An agnostic couple sued a Texas school district recently in an effort to remove prayer from a high school graduation ceremony. Their son said he might not attend his graduation if other students are allowed to pray during the event.
Only three Westboro Baptist Church members showed up at Arlington Cemetery on Memorial Day to protest against America’s “dead ‘heroes.’”
A Houston pastor got to pray in the name of Jesus at a Memorial Day event in Houston, fulfilling a wish that took a lawsuit and a federal judge to make happen.
An EF-5 tornado will not prevent Joplin, Mo. residents from attending church service on Sunday.
Tornado-ravaged Joplin, Mo. will hold a community memorial service Sunday that will attract President Obama as well as unwelcomed guests from Westboro Baptist Church.
Casey Anthony, the 25-year-old accused of murdering her daughter Caylee, boasted about her ability to lie, said a witness on Thursday.
Sarah Palin is favored over Mitt Romney by Republicans most concerned about social issues, a new Gallup poll finds. But the former Alaska governor is not as popular as Romney among Republicans who care more about government spending
Casey Anthony’s ex-boyfriend, Tony Lazzaro, testified Thursday that 2-year-old Caylee had loving moments with her mother before her death. Anthony, who is accused of first degree murder in the death of Caylee, was seen tearing up as Lazarro recalled the mother and daughter hugging and laughing together
American Idol contestant Lauren Alaina gave credit to God for helping her through Tuesday’s finale with a bruised vocal cord.
Harold Camping surprisingly still has people believing in his End Times prediction despite being wrong three times. Robert Fitzpatrick, famous for spending his entire life savings – about $140,000 – on bus and subway ads warning about the end of the world, says he believes Camping’s post-May 21 claim that the spiritual judgment did come on Saturday.
The death toll for the tornado that hit Joplin, Mo. has risen to 117 as of Tuesday morning. It is the single deadliest tornado recorded in U.S. history, according to the National Weather Service.
Randy White, the former co-pastor of Without Walls International Church in Tampa, Fla., was arrested on charges of driving under the influence Saturday night. He posted $500 as bail Sunday morning and was released
Harold Camping resurfaced at his home and said the weekend was “tough” after his prediction of global rapture failed to materialize on Saturday.
Harold Camping followers, it is not the end of the world and that’s ok, a Christian intellectual wants to say.
Harold Camping is not a “cult leader,” “crackpot,” or “malicious,” maintains an evangelical known for his thoughtful commentaries on faith, politics, church and culture.
The end of the world, doomsday, apocalypse, rapture 2011 – whatever people are calling it, the May 21, 6 p.m. prediction by Harold Camping didn’t happen in parts of the world that already passed the deadline.
Atheists, agnostics, and other non-theists are scoffing at the impending May 21 rapture date, claimed by “prophet” Harold Camping, and instead plan to gather Saturday for a summit on how to spread secularism in America.
Not all Republicans, let alone Americans, will recognize the names Michele Bachmann and Herman Cain. But among those that do, a surprising number have intensely positive feelings for the two potential GOP presidential nominees, a new Gallup poll shows.
House Speaker John Boehner steared clear of politics on Saturday while delivering the commencement speech at The Catholic University of America, opting instead to focus on hailing the virtues of humility, patience, and faith.
The lawsuit against Bishop Eddie Long for sexual misconduct apparently could not be settled outside of court. The judge who said less than a month ago that the dispute was close to being resolved now says he is preparing to hear the case in court this fall.
Newt Gingrich certainly has name recognition going into the 2012 presidential race. But the question is whether his name will hurt or help his run for president.