Justin Bieber and his millions of devoted female fans might have something in common: their jeans.
All across the nation, high school seniors are getting ready to start the grueling college admission process and for students looking for a Christian university, here is a list of the best Christian-affiliated schools from the list.
Ten years later, some people refuse to believe what we have been told. And on the tenth anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks, "How the World Changed," a symposium of the truther movement’s leaders gathered in a small conference room in lower Manhattan to discuss what “really” happened on 9/11.
A New York stockbroker who can no longer fit into the booth at White Castle is suing the burger chain for not making seats big enough to fit his frame.
Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez has turned to everybody from Castro to Jesus Christ to help him fight cancer. Now he is enlisting the help of shamans from the oil-rich nation’s Amazon jungles.
An alleged anti-Semitic movie star and the screenwriter of some of Hollywood’s raunchiest films are teaming up to make a movie about the Jewish warrior whose victory over the Greek armies is the reason for Hanukkah.
Amazon is considering a Netflix-style service for books, which would potentially make it the first e-book rental service offering premium best-sellers.
On September 21, the state of Georgia is set to execute a convicted cop killer. However, there are fears that an innocent man could be killed, and his family, with the help of advocacy groups, are still hoping to prove his innocence in time.
A gay, Orthodox Jewish man, Rabbi Arele Harel, has stunned religious communities by creating a dating service that sets up gay, Orthodox Jewish men with gay, Orthodox Jewish women.
Next time you feel like your significant other is being annoying, be grateful he or she hasn’t called you 65,000 times.
In what may legal experts say is just a hiccup en route to a Supreme Court fight, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals has said that the state of Virginia does not have the legal right to sue the federal government over the Obama administration’s 2010 health care law which requires Americans to purchase health insurance.
Texas governor Rick Perry has executed 234 people as governor of Texas. But despite the governor's faith in the Texas judicial system, serious mistakes have been made and many innocent people have served time in prison because of them.
Lil’ Wayne has topped the charts once again with his new album, “Carter IV,” which currently sits atop the Billboard charts with 964,000 copies sold in its first week. It is the second biggest first week opening for an album this year, behind only Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way,” which debuted at 1.1 million its first week.
If your political views don’t exactly align with the “Tea Party” and you also like to shoot zombies, then you might like the new video game, “Tea Party Zombies Must Die.”
Former NHL player, Pavol Demitra, was among the 43 killed today in the Russian plane crash carrying the KHL hockey team, Locomotiv and the hockey world is expressing their shock and sadness over news over his death.
He drove up to the IHOP with a “Support Our Troops” bumper sticker on his minivan. After parking, he took out his loaded AK-47 and shot a motorcyclist before walking into the IHOP and gunning down in cold blood three National Guardsmen and one civilian before killing himself. His name was Eduardo Sencion.
Although Rep. Michele Bachmann has taken a lot of criticism for being quoted as saying God was trying to send a message to politicians via recent earthquakes and hurricanes, she insists that she is “not ashamed to say I believe in God.”
Tammy Baldwin, the only openly gay woman and "most liberal member" of Congress, has announced she will run for the vacant Senate seat in Wisconsin left by retiring legislator, Herb Kohl.
Teamsters president James Hoffa Jr.’s speech to union workers on Labor Day before President Barack Obama took the stage has caught the attention of the media and sparked condemnation from both sides of the political spectrum for the union leader's colorful remarks about "taking out" Obama's political opponents.
A 6.6-magnitude earthquake has hit the Indonesian island of Sumatra, killing at least three people and damaging dozens of homes and several buildings, including churches and hospitals.
If you’re looking to get a free breakfast from Chick-fil-A, don’t get suckered into a potential web scam.
A large, armed convoy believed to be carrying Col. Muammar Gaddafi, as well as large amount of gold and cash, has entered Niger. However, TV reports in the region have reported that Gaddafi was not inside.
After last year’s two-host, non-comedian experiment produced negative results, the Academy Awards appears to be trying a tried-but-proven formula with a big name comedian as host. And this time it looks like the host will be Hollywood superstar Eddie Murphy.
In a wave of paranoia sweeping the country, foreigners in Libya are at risk of being arrested for fear that they are pro-Gaddafi mercenaries. People are being arrested largely based on their skin color, as sub-Saharan Africans, Ukrainians, and Filipinos are among the thousands who have been arrested by rebel forces without evidence.
Pop superstar Beyonce celebrates her 30th birthday today, less than one week after announcing her pregnancy on the MTV Video Music Awards.