Assad Must be Slaughtered, Says Saudi Cleric

Saudi cleric Aaed al-Qarni believes that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad should be executed for heresy, and noted that killing Assad is more important and noble than killing an Israeli person.

Google Privacy Policy: How to Delete Search History before March 1 Deadline

On March 1, Google will change its operations in an unprecedented fashion: The company will be consolidating 60 of its 70 privacy policies, which will allow user account information to be exchanged between all of its products including YouTube, Google Docs, Gmail, Google Plus and more. For some, the privacy policy consolidation may be a concern because it could reveal sensitive information about your location, interests, age, sexual orientation, religion, or health.

Rick Santorum on Religion: This is the JFK Speech that Made Him Want to 'Throw Up'

The former Pennsylvania senator was referring to a speech JFK made to Baptist ministers in Houston while he was running for president, in which he said he believed in the absolute separation between church and state. ABC's George Stephanopoulos pulled up a video clip in which Santorum said he read the speech, and I almost threw up.

American Officers Killed in Afghan Interior Ministry

Two American officers were shot dead at close range in Afghanistan's Interior Ministry on Saturday, a U.S. official said, as rage gripped the country for a fifth day over the burning of the Muslim holy book at a NATO base.

In Michigan, Santorum Draws Fire of Party Establishment

After a week when Rick Santorum's presidential campaign often appeared focused on issues like abortion, prenatal testing, and religion, the message from the Republican Party's establishment was becoming clear on Friday: We've had enough.

India's George Alencherry Among 22 New Cardinals Inducted by Pope

Pope Benedict, putting his mark on his Church's future, on Saturday inducted 22 men including India's George Alencherry into the exclusive group of cardinals who will one day elect one of their own to succeed him as leader of the world's 1.3 billion Roman Catholics.

Obama Birth Control Mandate Stokes Partisan Strife

Democrats and Republicans sparred Thursday during a House hearing on the Obama administration's mandate that all health insurance plans cover birth control, underscoring how the issue has become politically potent and divided lawmakers along party lines.