It appears that Harold Camping’s Family Radio employees have not been given a day off on what the radio preacher has said will be the world’s final day.
Harold Camping’s only words to reporters the day before what he has claimed will be the world’s last day were: “We’re not having a conversation. There’s nothing to report here.”
In the opening of a trailer for the new documentary, "Mothers of Bedford," viewers are hit with a cold, hard fact: "Women are the fastest growing population in today's U.S. prisons. Eighty percent of those women are mothers of school-aged children."
The world will come to an end today, Harold Camping has said. However, if it does not, don't blame him – he did say "probably," after all.
Billionaire real estate, mogul and reality TV star Donald Trump has decided to weigh in on the capture and killing of deposed Libyan dictator Moammar Gaddafi, and he thinks it is all a huge waste of time and money because the U.S. will not be getting any oil out of the deal.
Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was not your average Arab dictator. Sure, he was a despot. And yes, he was brutal. But he also marched to a very different drummer, making him one of the most bloody – and bizarre – dictators in recent times.
Deposed Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi was not exactly known to be a nice guy, and reports of his death have been met with celebration in Tripoli, fascination in the media and jokes on Twitter.
Republican GOP candidate Gary Johnson is not getting a lot of media attention and has not been allowed to participate in any of the debates, but the former two term governor of New Mexico is not backing down yet, and recently spoke to reporters about the issues, including why marijuana offenders should be pardoned and why the Occupy Wall Street protesters have a good reason to be angry.
Controversial comedian and outspoken atheist Ricky Gervais is being accused by tweeters of making fun of people with Down's syndrome after posting pictures of himself with contorted facial expressions and captions using a slang term for people afflicted with the disorder.
Despite his claim that the end of the world will come on Oct. 21, two days from now, Harold Camping's Family Radio network is set up to take donations after the supposed doomsday date.
An annual parade in Leesburg, Va., is getting "Christmas" put back in the title, but some have conflicting opinions of the change. The Town Council of Leesburg approved a resolution to change the name of the parade from the "Holiday Parade" to the "Christmas and Holiday Parade"
As the calendar inches closer to Harold Camping's predicted Oct, 21 doomsday date, many of his followers are getting ready to be lifted to the heavens. Other people, however, do not believe Camping at all and have taken to the radio prophet's Facebook page to let him know exactly how they feel about his doomsday prophecies.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) is under attack from conservatives for referring to a fetus' heartbeats as "sounds" and referring to abortion as a "necessary action."
If the world does not end on October 21, what will Harold Camping’s excuse be?
Pro-Life 'Day of Silent Solidarity' Protest Linked to Group Under Financial Scrutiny by Catholic Bishop
As pro-life supporters across the world get ready to be a voice for the voiceless tomorrow during the pro-life "Day of Silent Solidarity," two organizations which provide financial support for the event are having their financial activities questioned by the Catholic Diocese.
As the world inches closer to the end, as Harold Camper's followers believe, many Christians have wondered what could make a man so certain that he knows the exact date of the end of the world. Part of that answer might rely in Camping's unique "engineering" approach to the Bible.
Two teenage girls were rescued from a brothel in India after a Christian organization alerted police that the girls had been forced into sex slavery.
Controversial radio commentator Rush Limbaugh has accused President Barack Obama of "wiping out Christians" in Africa after the president announced he will send 100 troops to Uganda to combat the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), a rebel cult with a Christian fundamentalist army accused of gross human rights violations.
Teenage boys are not having less sex before marriage, but they are having less unprotected sex, with 85 percent of male teenagers using condoms during their first time, according to a report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
To many Apple fans, cartoons depicting Steve Jobs in heaven, such as the one informing St. Peter of apps designed to make the Book of Life easier to manage, are a fitting tribute to a man who left such a deep impact on the types of gadgets people use. However, because Jobs was not a Christian, some have complained that the cartoons are offensive.
A Colombian-born soccer player was allegedly arrested in Saudi Arabia for publicly displaying a tattoo of Jesus on his arm, demonstrating how the Islamic kingdom's strict body Shariah laws can clash with foreign athletes' cultural attitudes.
When Tim Tebow of the Denver Broncos takes the field in Miami later this month, his ardent supporters will be hoping he succeeds not only as an athlete, but also as one of the most outspoken conservative Christians in professional sports.
A small church in the Bronx borough of New York City is hoping to have an impact on houses of worship across the country, as the Supreme Court weighs whether to hear its potentially landmark case that would determine if religious groups have the right to worship in public buildings, such as schools.
Pop diva Beyonce has announced that she and hip-hop mogul Jay-Z will are expecting to have their baby in February and she thanks God for the blessing.
With GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's religion now a hot topic in the race for the Republican nomination, political commentators on Politico.com are wondering if Baptist minister Robert Jeffress' comments about Mormonism being a cult will help or hurt the former Massachusetts governor.