For the first time since his arrest in 2009, Iran has admitted publically that Christian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani has been convicted of religious crimes.
An alarmingly large amount of Republican voters in Mississippi and Alabama believe President Barack Obama is Muslim and doubt evolution, according to a new poll.
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum sought to distance himself from his GOP opponents with an op-ed tying Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney to radical environmentalists sounding the alarm on climate change.
In a June speech outlining his timetable for U.S. troops' exit, President Barack Obama vowed that the withdrawal would come at a time the United States found itself in a position of strength in Afghanistan.
On Wednesday, evangelical leader Pat Robertson called for legalizing marijuana. Sounds odd, but plenty of conservatives before him have argued against the criminalization of cannabis.
Legislators passed a controversial bill this week in the Utah Senate, which would allow public schools to offer an abstinence-only sexual education curriculum - or no sex-ed program at all. The measure would prohibit Utah public schools from teaching students that contraceptives can be used as a means of preventing pregnancy and infection from sexually transmitted diseases. It would also ban teachers from discussing homosexuality.
The greatest impersonation he does is that of a normal person.
Star magazine is the latest in a long line of tabloids to claim that Will Smith is not as straight as he lets on, this time citing a relationship with Duane Martin.
The international hacktivist group Anonymous on Wednesday claimed the takedown of several Vatican Web sites. Anonymous accused the Catholic Church of corruption and crimes that the church has been committing for centuries as a reason behind the attack on Vatican City network.
Mitt Romney's campaign told his Republican presidential rivals Wednesday they can't catch him and suggested they got out of the way -- even though the candidate failed to deliver a knockout punch on Super Tuesday.
Hacktivist members of the Italian arm of Anonymous, a formless international organization dedicated to freedom of expression, internet freedom and funny viral online content, set their sights on the Vatican, launching a denial of service attack that temporarily knocked the Vatican.va homepage offline on Wed. March 7, 2012.
Fran Drescher, lady of the famous The Nanny laugh and star of the TV Land comedy Happily Divorced, had harsh words for outspoken marriage equality opponent Kirk Cameron Tuesday night.
“Nowhere But Up: The Story of Justin Bieber's Mom” hits bookstores in September.
Republican presidential frontrunner takes five out of 10 states but Rick Santorum stays in the running.
Rick Santorum has been projected winner of the Oklahoma primary.
With respect to Hitler and Nazism, the links to India and Hinduism were deeper and more profound.
Kirk Cameron made headlines over the weekend after he appeared on CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight and called homosexuality unnatural and destructive. Cameron's comments were slammed by GLAAD and many celebrities, but the Evangelical Christian has also received an outpouring of support, particularly from those defending his freedom of speech.
A whopping 2,895 Buddha statues and fragments have been excavated recently in northern China’s Hebei province.
India has enjoyed generally benevolent relations with the Jewish state.
Got 48 hours to explore Singapore? The Asian financial and business centre has undergone a makeover in recent years and it is now also a playground for Asia's rich where sleek skyscrapers meet quaint shops.
Calling it a sickness to this world, members of the formless 'hacktivist' group of computer programmers known as Anonymous informally declared war on religion on Friday, March 2, hacking the websites of three Christian organizations all based in and around Charlotte, North Carolina. The homepages for Bethel Outreach International Church, Charlotte International Church, and Crossfire Ministries were all replaced with the 30-minute long YouTube video, Richard Dawkins: An Atheist....
Politicians on both sides of the aisle were eager to make the Blunt Amendment debate a very public battle. The fight was close, and the arguments were loud. Here are some standout quotes from the days leading up to the final 51-48 vote.
A study says Roberts Court justices are better educated than their predecessors, have spent more time in academia and serving on the federal appeals courts. But is that kind of experience necessarily a good thing?
Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has often surprised his foes, but Friday's parliamentary poll may make him a lame duck for the rest of his presidency, a penalty for defying the Islamic Republic's Supreme Leader.
Today is the day that Google consolidates 60 of its 70 privacy, which will allow user account information to be exchanged between its products. All of the enterprise software Google owns--Gmail, Google Docs, etc.--along with all of the entertainment properties the company owns--YouTube, Google Plus, etc.--will begin exchanging information between each other. Here's five easy steps you can take to save your internet privacy.
On his Wednesday radio show, inflammatory commentator Rush Limbaugh called a Georgetown University law student a “slut” and a “prostitute.” The target of these attacks was Sandra Fluke, who has testified in favor of insurance coverage for contraceptive healthcare.
The Senate is expected Thursday to defeat a largely symbolic measure that would exempt employers such as Roman Catholic hospitals, universities and charities from a controversial White House rule requiring free birth control coverage.
The beautiful Megan Fox appears on the March cover of Manhattan magazine looking lovely in a charcoal gray dress, blood orange lipstick and a sultry look. Inside, the stunner dishes on her decidedly normal life filled with comic books, Ancient Aliens and church.
Erykah Badu was banned from performing in concert on Wednesday night by Malaysian authorities after a local newspaper published a photograph of the singer's body art. According to the Associated Press, over 1,500 people had purchased tickets to watch the soul singer perform in Kuala Lumpur, before the Malaysian information minister announced that the published photo of Badu was an insult to Islam.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the icon of peace and non-violence and the Father of Indian nation, was baptized by proxy by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) on March 1997, according to information from an independent researcher. The revelation by the researcher Helen Radkey of Salt Lake City has raised sharp reactions from Gandhi's grandsons and Hindu activists worldwide.