Christian theologists have long grappled with how the discovery of extraterrestrial life would fit within the parameters of Christian history and ideology. Unsurprisingly, opinions on the matter are diverse.
A popular football chant by Mexico supporters has drawn the ire of FIFA's governing board. The incident is one of many recent instances where one group's "tradition" is another group's slur.
The creator of television shows such as Scandal and Grey's Anatomy told Dartmouth graduates on Sunday to fight for causes with action, not hashtags. Her attack on Twitter (in)activism has been lauded by some, panned by others.
By a unanimous vote, Carson's city council agreed to send for final approval a measure that would make bullying of children and young adults -- up to age 25 -- a misdemeanor.
Students, faculty, staff and alumni helped convince the university's board that it would be better to divert those funds to companies offering environmentally friendly energy alternatives.
By creating a computer-generated 10-year-old Filipina girl, Terre des Hommes Netherlands drew attention to the growing problem of webcam child sex tourism. To date they've given the identities of over 1,000 predators to authorities.
Although Saturday's (Oct. 26) planned protest was partially thwarted by a heavy police presence, activists are encouraging women to continue driving -- and to post the proof online -- in defiance of culturally-imposed restrictions.
This isn't an historical document: The Global Slavery Index describes conditions happening today for nearly 30 million people who are being held illegally against their will.
The organization wants to work with game developers to create scenarios that provide appropriate virtual punishment for players who commit what would be considered war crimes in real life.
James Madison’s analysis of the American republic is often praised for its brilliance, but the 4th president could not have envisioned the chutzpah and anti-government zeal of the 2013 House Republicans.
The signs, some of which will contains messages like "It can wait," will direct drivers to one of 91 already-existing rest stops and parking areas in the hopes of combating texting while driving.
Nordic Choice CEO Petter Stordalen laid down the new law after becoming involved with UNICEF's campaign against child trafficking and exploitation.
A world in which great minds thought alike would be a dystopia.
It's a huge stretch to blame ordinary Detroiters for the imprudence of their city's municipal government.
Christopher Hitchens, Demystifier Extraordinaire.