"American Horror Story" has officially set its season 4 premiere date.
Claiming Muhammad or Islam is peaceful is like claiming a toddler has won the Tour de France. No spectator or sports enthusiast would ever take seriously a toddler racing a bike. But, they'd have to take seriously a well-invested and trained adult, especially if the race tore through their town.
Giving further ammunition to those who say that atheists cannot fully value all human life, Richard Dawkins has now stated that it would be "immoral" not to abort a baby with Down syndrome. Are you surprised?
Argentine defender Marcos Rojo penned a five-year contract deal with Manchester United after his move from Sporting Lisbon, Mirror UK reported.
The U.S. Supreme Court has granted a stay in a lower court decision ruling the Commonwealth of Virginia's same-sex marriage ban is unconstitutional.
Tea Party candidates had few victories in the 2014 congressional primary season. By challenging "establishment" Republicans, did those Tea Party challenges, nonetheless, make the Republican Party more conservative?
Earlier reports indicated Jose Mourinho's desire to keep two of the best goalkeepers in the world in his team but that might not happen as Petr Cech will be more than willing to give way for the younger Thibaut Courtois.
During the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2013 at Los Angeles, Square Enix has confirmed that Kingdom Hearts III, the eighth installment in the game series, is now undergoing developments.
Samaritan's Purse Dr. Kent Brantly is set to be released from Emory University Hospital following his recovery from the deadly Ebola virus, which he contracted while fighting the spread of the disease in West Africa.
HBO's hit American period crime drama TV series "Boardwalk Empire" is slated to launch its upcoming season 5 premiere on Sunday, Sept. 7, 9/8c. The date has been revealed in the official teaser trailer released earlier this month.
Fans of FX's hit adult animated TV series "Archer" rejoiced with the news that the show is renewed for another two seasons with 13 episodes each.
Believers live in a spiritual dimension — where we walk in the Spirit and know God in the Spirit. Yet as human beings, we also live and move in physical bodies here on earth.
Fox initially scheduled a "Prometheus" sequel for March 4, 2016, but that won't happen yet as Tim Burton's purported adaptation for "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children" is rumored to replace the release date instead.
Evangelical men who remain abstinent have a difficult time when it comes to sex after marriage because most lack support within the church to openly discuss their newfound sex lives and oftentimes still deal with confusion and temptations, says Sarah Diefendorf, a Seattle-based sociologist.
"The Amazing Spiderman 3" will not hit the big screens until 2017, which is to be followed by "TASM 4" in 2018 to give way for the purported standalone movie "Sinister Six."
The parents of American journalist James Foley have said that they are "so proud" of their son and know that he is in Heaven, after he was brutally murdered by members of Jihadist group ISIS.
Dr. Kent Brantly, one of the two Americans who contracted Ebola while treating virus-stricken patients back in Liberia, finally broke his silence about his condition, saying he is now steadily recovering and is "growing stronger every day."
President Barack Obama has condemned the beheading of American journalist James Foley at the hands of terror group ISIS, describing its ideology as "bankrupt" and stating that "no just God" would stand for its violent acts. He also pledged that despite the militants' threats, the U.S. will not be backing down from military operations against them.
An Israeli air strike in the Gaza Strip on Thursday has killed three top Hamas commanders that it had identified as having "planned deadly attacks against Israeli civilians." Israel and the Palestinian militant group have resumed fighting following the collapse of a 10-day ceasefire.
As violent persecution against Christians around the world intensifies, Ronald S. Lauder, president of the World Jewish Congress, in a recent op-ed bluntly asks, "Why is the world silent while Christians are being slaughtered in the Middle East and Africa?"