The Islamist-dominated assembly drafting Egypt's new constitution began a fast-track vote on a final draft Thursday, pushing through the document despite opposition.
More than 100 anti-Israel demonstrations have been held in the United States following Israel's military operation in Gaza, with more than one-third on college campuses.
The words "bride" and "groom" are about to become archaic language in Washington state as officials prepare to remove the terms, along with "husband" and "wife," from marriage and divorce certificates.
The nine justices of the U.S. Supreme Court will meet behind closed doors Friday to decide whether to take up several cases that could lead to the legalization of gay marriage in all 50 states.
Few have thought more strategically about organizational dynamics than the late Peter Drucker. Toward the end of his life, this turned increasingly toward the non-profit organization.
When the Church of England scuttled plans to allow women bishops on Nov. 20, incoming Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby called it "a very grim day for women and their supporters."
An Egyptian court Wednesday convicted in absentia seven Egyptian Coptic Christians and a Florida-based American pastor, sentencing them to death on charges linked to an anti-Islam film that had sparked riots in parts of the Muslim world.
American kids, from infants through adolescents, do seem to be getting adequate sleep, according to a new survey analysis.
Labeling a popular sitcom as "filth" is hardly news, unless the critique comes from one of its own stars.
Twin car bombs Wednesday morning killed at least 34 people and left dozens critically wounded in a Damascus suburb that is mostly loyal to President Bashar Assad and populated mainly by Christians and Druse, a minority sect.
Most Americans still prefer signs in stores that say "Merry Christmas" rather than ones with "Happy Holidays," according to a new Rasmussen Reports national survey.
Famed motivational speaker and author Zig Ziglar died today at age 86 after suffering from a case of pneumonia.
A North Carolina community college has been accused of violating the First Amendment rights of students after it told a club they could not use the word "Christmas" to promote a Christmas tree sale.
The teen actor in the CBS comedy "Two and a Half Men" is now apologizing for calling the show "filth" and urging people not to watch.
I’ve never met him, but he strikes me as the kind of guy I’d love to have as my neighbor. His name is Ed Anzalone. New York football fans know him as "Fireman Ed," and he’s been enthusiastically leading chants at New York Jets games for years.
A new survey from the Josephson Institute of Ethics finds that the portion of high school students who admit to cheating, lying or stealing dropped in 2012 for the first time in a decade.
Throughout the presidential campaign, people everywhere were saying that this election was the most important in our nation’s history. And it was—not primarily because of what it means about our nation’s future, but, more importantly, what it tells us about our national soul.
A new survey of full-time faculty members at four-year colleges and universities, conducted by the UCLA Higher Education Research Institute, finds that the percentage identifying as "far left" or liberal has increased notably in the past three years.
Black Friday retail sales online this year topped $1 billion for the first time ever as more consumers used the Internet to do their early holiday shopping.
An atheist group at the University of Wisconsin-Madison seems on track to receive nearly $70,000 in student fees for staffing and programming next year, in what is believed to be the first major funding of any atheist student group at a state university.