Islamic sharia law will prevail in Libya and any existing laws that contradict it will be abolished, National Transitional Council leader Mustafa Abdel-Jalil said.
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More than 230 people are dead and 1,300 are injured after a 7.2-magnitude earthquake hit eastern Turkey, one of the nation's poorest regions, on Sunday.
- October 24, 2011 |
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
A newly enacted Arizona law appears to be having an immediate and dramatic effect on the number of abortions performed statewide.
Regular viewing of reality TV by pre-teen and teen girls promotes "bad behavior" and insecurity.
A pro-family coalition is questioning the double standard on "hate crimes" in the wake of an attack last weekend against a Christian school.
Christian leaders have spoken of the need for healing and reconciliation in Libya following the killing of former leader Moammar Gadhafi.
A teen's IQ is not set in stone, according to a new study. Instead, the standard measure of intelligence -- often used to predict future success -- can fluctuate dramatically.
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s niece says the new D.C. memorial in his honor missed a "wonderful opportunity" to mention God.
HarperOne has recently published 25 Books Every Christian Should Read: A Guide to the Essential Spiritual Classics, selected by Renovare and a “specially appointed editorial board,” including Richard J. Foster, Dallas Willard and Phyllis Tickle.
I realize that not everyone loves baseball. In fact, I’m sure some of you don’t even care for it, preferring other sports – or no sport at all. But stick with me here, because with the start of the World Series tonight in St. Louis, I’m reminded that baseball is more than just a sport.
Thomas Lobel, an 11-year-old boy who was diagnosed with gender identity disorder at age 7, is in the process of becoming "Tammy."
Militant Muslims beheaded a 17-year-old Somali Christian in his home near Mogadishu while his parents were at work.
Teen drivers are about 50 percent more likely to crash in the first month of unsupervised driving than they are after a full year of experience driving on their own.
In this age of exploding technology, not to mention statistical spin, it’s important to remember that things are seldom as they first seem.
Mexico City's 2009 law legalizing gay marriage could be followed this year with a law allowing temporary marriage licenses.
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed two bills into law that extend special protections to transgender people.
A majority of parents admit being distracted by cellphones or other electronic devices — even while teaching their children to drive.
A new study finds that the more profanity teens are exposed to through television and video games, the more accepting they are of swearing and the more likely they are to use profanity themselves. Those kids who swore more were also more likely to engage in physical aggression.