Controversy exploded yesterday after an American-made, amateurish movie denouncing Islam inspired protesters to attack the U.S. embassies in Egypt and Libya, resulting in the death of the U.S. ambassador to Libya.
Last week, DC Comics unveiled a Muslim superhero in a special edition which references the 9/11 attacks.
According to a new poll, the wealthy are smarter and more hard-working, but also greedier and more dishonest.
In this week’s “Figuring Faith,” Dr. Robert P. Jones shows that Paul Ryan’s economic philosophy contrasts sharply with that of the U.S. Catholic Bishops, as well as American Catholics overall.
Univision, a large Spanish-language TV network, used its evening news broadcast on Wednesday night to urge the presidential candidates to host a debate on Latino issues.
What should we expect from Catholics between now and Election day?
It turns out that Rob Portman, who you may know as one of the “boring white guys” on Romney’s shortlist for VP, owns a haunted hotel.
Tea Party women dismiss “Julia,” the Obama campaign’s virtual poster girl for social welfare programs, as sexist propaganda. Do other Americans agree?
A new study from the Center for the Study of Theological Education at Auburn Theological Seminary shows that it’s no longer rare for seminary students to graduate with tens of thousands of dollars in student debt.
The GOP hopes that it can convince disaffected Jewish Americans who supported Obama in 2008 to vote Republican in November.