Egyptians Break off D.C. Visit in Confrontation over NGOs

An Egyptian military delegation abruptly cancelled its meetings with U.S. lawmakers to return to Cairo Monday after warnings from both Congress and the White House that Egypt's crackdown on non-governmental groups could threaten its $1.3 billion in annual U.S. military aid.

Tom Tancredo Endorses Rick Santorum: Who Is Tancredo?

Tom Tancredo, a former Colorado congressman and 2008 presidential candidate, endorsed Rick Santorum for the Republican presidential nomination on Wednesday, giving a small boost to Santorum's long-shot campaign after he finished a distant third in the Florida primary.

The Unjust War on the Righteous

As part of an undeniable war on Christianity, New York City is set to evict 17,000 churchgoers who use schools as a place of worship. (As if eliminating any reference to Christmas was not bad enough.)


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Golshifteh Farahani and 3 Gorgeous Muslim Actresses Who Posed Nude and Sparked Controversies (PHOTOS)

The nude photo of Iranian actress Golshifteh Farahani has enraged several members of the Muslim community, particularly since one of the more principal tenets of Islamic fundamentalism has always been to ban women from any degree of nudity. The decision by Farahani, therefore, is a bold one and one that has, predictably, sparked controversy across the world. However, she isn't the first Islamic actress who has shed her clothes and her inhibitions. There are at least 3 others who have already ...
Google Black out in protest against SOPA

Technology Focus: The SOPA Soap Opera

After global protests on Wednesday which saw darkened Websites like Wikipedia and BoingBoing and a “virtual” strike by Google, on Friday SOPA, a creature of the U.S. House of Representatives, and PIPA, in the Senate, were essentially smothered.