Dave Mustaine may be one of the greatest rockers of all-time, but during a recent interview with Canadian TV show The Hour to promote his new album 13, the 50-year-old Megadeth frontman admitted his distrust of Obama and where he was born, which would effectively make him a birther.
Federal authorities filed criminal charges Wednesday against a JetBlue Airways pilot who ranted about religion and the Sept. 11 hijackings and pounded on a locked cockpit door before passengers subdued him in a midair uproar.
Wednesday's successful protests in defense of Balwant Singh Rajoana evince a longstanding tension between Sikhs and other religious groups in India.
Christianity in China is booming despite the government’s rigorous attempts to control religious practice.
Amish Buggy Bill Passes In Kentucky, Considered A Win For Religious Freedom By Tea Party Activists, Other Leaders [PHOTOS]
In what some call a win for religious freedom, Kentucky's General Assembly passed an Amish buggy bill on Tuesday that would exempt them from affixing orange safety triangles on the back of their carriages.
Oslo courts have convicted Mullah Krekar, an Iraqi-born Islamist cleric, to five years in prison for posting online death threats against Kurdish immigrants and Norwegian officials.
Companies looking for new employees continually look to social networks like Facebook to learn more about their job candidates. But since many users have made their profiles private, some employers now require applicants to submit their login information. But is this an invasion of privacy?
Pope Benedict XVI arrives in Cuba on Monday. The three-day trip marks the second time that the head of the Catholic Church has visited the island nation since the Communist Revolution of 1959.
Rick Santorum defeated Mitt Romney in the Lousiana presidential primary.
Slutwalk Protest: ‘March Of The Whores’ Against Sexual Abuse, Discrimination And Violence All Round The World (PHOTOS)
In a male-dominated world, it is heartening to witness women all round the globe come out of their cocoon, voice their rights and fight against all those chauvinist men who think “it’s her fault.”
Pope Benedict is on a six-day trip to Mexico and Cuba.
When Louisiana conducts its Republican presidential primary on Saturday, it's not about who comes out on top. Instead, it's about the message that emerges from the contest.
Despite the ongoing controversy over Egyptian crackdowns on foreign and American NGOs, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced that the U.S. will resume annual military aid payments to Egypt of $1.3 billion.
Almost 50,000 people have died in Mexico since the state initiated a crackdown on drug cartels six years ago.
The number of Americans who say there is too much of a focus on religious talk and prayer among political figures has increased for the third consecutive year.
America's most hated mother Casey Anthony, who is believed to be living in a church in Florida and getting help from a pastor, is reportedly planning to get baptized soon.
Madonna recruited the talent of gender-bending Ukrainian quartet Kazaky for her “Girl Gone Wild” video.
Anonymous Hispano, the Mexican branch of the online hacktivist collective based in Latin America lay siege to two Mexican websites on Tue, March 20 in protest of Pope Benedict XVI's upcoming visit in an cyber-operation referred to as #opFariseo (hypocrite) on Twitter. The hackers succeeded in temporarily knocking the websites offline and defacing them with their own message: Hacked system. The POPE is not welcome, out out!!!!!
The bank, formally known as the Institute for Works of Religion (IOR), reportedly failed to provide a Milan affiliate of JP Morgan with details about payments into the account, in which €1.8 billion was deposited in the last 18 months.
Robbie Pickering's remarkable film, Natural Selection is an off-beat dramedy like no other. The story centers on Linda (The Hangover's Rachel Harris), a barren Christen women who is has been forced to repress her ungodly desire for sexual intimacy.
Andy Warhol, the Pope of Pop, is making a pilgrimage to Asia on the 25th anniversary of his death, with one of the largest collections of his art set to tour five cities in the region over the next two years.
When he visited the United States four years ago, Pope Benedict XVI blessed a box of silver ribbon-shaped pins for breast cancer charity Susan G. Komen for the Cure and sent them to its founder, Nancy Brinker.
Saudi Arabia's highest religious official announced Monday that Christianity will not be tolerated in the Arabian Peninsula, proclaiming it necessary to destroy all the churches of the region, Bikyamasar reported. According to a Jihad Watch report Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah is the Grand Mufti of the nation that brought Islam to the world. And as the President of the Supreme Council of Ulema and Chairman of the Standing Committee for Scientific Research and Issuing of Fat...
A ship loaded with explosives, en route from the U.S. to Egypt, has drawn contempt from human rights organizations worldwide, with Amnesty International calling on the U.S. to withhold the delivery of weapons to Egyptian military until the latter demonstrates its commitment to protecting human rights.
The Obama administration has been quietly negotiating with representatives of the Conference of Catholic Bishops to tamp down their furious opposition to a federal mandate that insurance companies cover birth control, according to sources familiar with the talks.
Millions of Americans in low-lying coastal cities could see more flooding in coming years as rising temperatures drive up sea levels, according to a new study.
Easter, the spring holiday that marks the rebirth of Jesus within Christian faith - not to mention an observed federal holiday, will be celebrated this year on Sunday, April 8, 2012. The Easter holiday is tricky with its day as it is not observed on the same date each year.
For the first time since early July, more Americans approve of the job President Barack Obama is doing than disapprove, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll that shows his approval rating now at 50 percent.
American Atheists, the organization behind several pro-atheism billboards, is no stranger to controversy. But this time, it was about more than just religion--many people found their Harrisburg sign racially offensive.
Hoping that governmental reform can end a year of violence, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said that new, multi-party parliamentary elections will be held on May 7.