New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has ordered a mandatory evacuation by 5 p.m. Saturday in the areas of NYC lost likely to be affected by Hurricane Irene, marking the first time the city has ever ordered a mass evacuation.
As Hurricane Irene approaches, Brooklyn residents are preparing for mass evacuations, as hospitals and nursing homes have already begun moving patients to safer areas of the city.
Christians are one of the most persecuted groups in the world, a recent Pew Research study said, and Open Doors USA is looking to help them through prayer and advocacy with a campaign called One With Them.
Yankees outfielder Nick Swisher is taking his bride, Joanna Garcia, on a honeymoon to Afghanistan.
With more free time since losing his Fox News show, Glenn Beck is looking to reinvent himself as an arena minister in the style of Jerry Falwell and John Hagee.
Libyan rebels have offered $1.7 million for the dead or alive capture of Gaddafi, as British troops have begun to guide the rebels in the final stages of the fallen dictator’s demise, according to reports.
Iranian authorities have arrested a Christian evangelical pastor in what many organizations are saying is a growing crackdown on Christianity in Iran.
When a wedding earns the newlyweds $17 million, questions about the authenticity of the vows are bound to arise. And although the Kardashian/Humphries wedding is by far one of the most profitable wedding spectacles in history, it is not the only celebrity wedding that earned a lot of money. Unfortunately, few of them lasted very long.
An Alaska mother who tried to get on the Dr. Phil Show by sending in a videotape of her force-feeding hot sauce into her son’s mouth as punishment for misbehaving has been found guilty of child abuse, and is now facing one year in prison.
Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries’ multi-million profit wedding was a “God-honoring, Christ-centered ceremony,” said Pastor Joel Johnson, who presided over the power couple’s wedding last week.
The Washington Monument and National Cathedral suffered damage from the Virginia earthquake yesterday, and both iconic monuments were closed to visitors today.
Pat Summitt, the all-time winningest coach in NCAA basketball – men’s or women’s – has been diagnosed with early onset dementia but will keep on coaching “as long as the good Lord is willing,” she has said yesterday.
The east coast was not the only part of the U.S. to feel some tectonic movement as Colorado had the biggest earthquake in nearly 40 years last night.
A draft of a new constitution created by the Libyan rebels’ transition council that says Sharia law will be a principal source of laws has been leaked on conservative blogs, but authenticity of the document has yet to be confirmed.
The earthquake that rocked the east coast today happened a mere 20 miles from a nuclear power plant, it has been reported.
Rumors over the possible separation of Will and Jada Smith, long perceived as the antithesis to the Hollywood couple divorce cliché, have caused a strong reaction among tweeters, with many questioning their faith in love and losing all hope.
Former New York State governor Eliot Spitzer is being sued for a total of $90 million over an opinion column he wrote last year for Slate magazine.
Ray Bradbury, the author of “Fahrenheit 451” and to many, the father of the 21st century, turned 91 today.
Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez has credited Fidel Castro and Jesus for helping him win his battle against cancer, during a televised prayer service on state television Sunday.
As Libyan rebels dance in the Tripoli streets, gold traders are dancing on Wall Street. However, rebels and traders might have more in common than dancing since the price of gold might hold the key to how the rebels finance their revolution.
Jack Layton, the influential leader of Canada’s opposition New Democratic Party, died Monday from his second bout with cancer. He was 61.
A former juvenile court judge has been sentenced to 28 years in prison for accepting over $1 million in bribe money to send children to for-profit detention centers in what has become known as the "kids for cash" scandal.
The Bible will not be released for another 200 years, according to biblical scholars who say that what many Christians believe is the holy text, is actually a disorganized collection of altered writings that hold the key to what the Bible truly said, The Associated Press reports.
The United States Postal Service wants to break its union contracts to cut 120,000 jobs, according to an internal document released to media today.
If a family member of yours was murdered in a bank robbery seven years ago, how would you feel if a slapstick comedy movie closely resembling incident was coming out today? The family of Brian Wells, who was killed after a bomb he was forced to wear exploded during a bank robbery,says the new movie "30 Minutes or Less" is too close to the real-life tragedy.