In the final episode of the latest season of "Real Housewives of Orange County," the women came back from an exotic vacation in Bali, but instead of being rested and rejuvenated, they brought back more issues, and the Housewives are more divided than ever.
On last Sunday's episode of "Real Housewives of New Jersey," Teresa and Rino Aprea threw a party at their restaurant, and everyone was invited, except for Jim and Amber. At the restaurant, Melissa was claiming that she no longer wants to be in the middle of the twins and Amber's conflict.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who welcomed their first son Prince George last year, recently moved to the British countryside in a house that was given to Prince William by his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, for his 30th birthday two years ago.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are counting down the days until they officially become parents. The couple, who is reportedly expecting a girl, are said to have their new baby in just a few weeks.
A grand jury could begin hearing evidence in the Michael Brown case as early as Wednesday, the St. Louis Prosecutor's office confirmed.
Pope Francis has spoken out against the persecution of Christians and other minorities in Iraq, and has addressed whether the use of force to stop their persecutors is justified.
The father of two Amish girls kidnapped and reportedly abused by a couple in New York last week says he feels sorry for the couple.
The Episcopal Church has sold off the property that was once used by a congregation that broke away from the denomination over theological differences to a Baptist church.
Supermodel Miranda Kerr says praying and taking time out of her day to be thankful are part of her self-imposed rules for adulthood.
By having a heart that cares, it shows that we are seeking to be like Jesus.
As the eyes of the nation and the world continue to focus on the St. Louis County suburb of Ferguson, where unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown was killed by a police officer, Christians continue engaging the many issues raised by the controversial case in attempts to bring clarification, understanding and open dialogue.
Lincoln Brewster is gearing up for the release of his 9th studio album "Oxygen," and in a recent interview, the celebrated worship artist opened up about how his wife's battle with cancer inspired his latest project.
A poll released Monday found a huge gap between blacks and whites regarding whether the police response to unrest over the Aug. 9 shooting of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri went too far, again exposing the signifcant race relations divide still simmering in America.
The head of the one billion-member Roman Catholic Church has hinted that he might make a three-day visit to the United States of America next year.
Britain's most popular baby boy name offers a revealing look into the UK's growing Muslim population.
Wal-Mart’s human cashiers will return in a big way for the holidays, the giant retailer said. In a move called the “checkout promise,” Wal-Mart will provide a human cashier for each register during peak shopping times in order to make shopping smoother during the holiday season.
The anchor of CNN's International program Rosemary Church is the latest TV journalist to feel the wrath of social media, due to her suggestion of the use of water cannons on the protesters in Ferguson, Missouri.
A second autopsy of slain teen Michael Brown's body reveals that he was shot at least six times, but only one of those shots would have proved tatal.
A judge will not be issuing an arrest warrant for Texas Governor Rick Perry, allowing for the 2016 Republican Presidential hopeful to travel outside the Lone Star State.
Over a third of all Americans have not saved any money for retirement, according to a new Bankrate.com report. 69 percent of 18–29 year-olds haven’t saved anything, along with 33% of 30–49 year-olds, 26% of 50–64 year-olds and 14% of people 65 and older.
The good news is that Americans who are saving are starting earlier. Twice as many 30–49 year-olds started saving in their 20s as opposed to their 30s. But 50–64 year-olds were only slightly more likely to have started saving in their 20s than their 30s, and Americans 65 and older were almost evenly split between starting in their 20s, 30s and 40s.