The number of mosques in the United States has increased by more than 50% during the last ten years.
Islamic expert Tawfik Hamid says that many Muslims will view the construction of a mosque near ground zero as symbolizing a "triumph over America".
Barack Obama recently hosted an iftar — the special evening meal observed during Ramadan — on a Friday night in the White House dining room.
Why does Barack Obama keep saying so many good things about Islam, and yet he has had so many bad things to say about Christianity?
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is now considering a "crackdown" on farm dust.
The city of Cleveland plans to sort through curbside trash to make sure residents are recycling - and fine them $100 if they don't.
A new survey claims that 27 percent of public school students aged 12 to 17 attend schools that are both gang and drug-infected.
Are Lady Gaga and other female performers poisoning the minds of our young girls?
There is a new version of the video game entitled Medal of Honor coming out that lets you control the Taliban in Afghanistan and shoot American and allied forces.
A Saudi couple recently tortured their Sri Lankan maid by hammering 24 hot nails into her after she complained of her heavy workload.
A military grade, high-tech ray gun that fires an invisible heat beam that causes unbearable pain may be tested on inmates in the sheriff's detention facility in Castaic, California officials said recently.
Rwandan and Congolese rebels gang-raped nearly 200 women over four days within miles of a U.N. peacekeeper base in an eastern Congo mining district.
Are Christian churches losing their identity by trying to be cool?
A federal judge has blocked Barack Obama's embryonic stem cell research policy, concluding that it violates a ban on federal funds being used in the destruction of human embryos.
Yet another writing has surfaced authored by current science czar John P. Holdren detailing his enduring vision of a depopulated planet and the global efforts that should be made to accomplish it.
On BBC Radio, the merits of requiring "the mentally and morally unfit" to be sterilized is actually being openly debated.
Atheist and agnostic doctors are almost twice as willing to make decisions that they think will hasten the end of a very sick patient's life as doctors who are deeply religious, suggests research published online in the Journal of Medical Ethics.
A 32 year old man was recently beaten black and blue by two Denver Police officers for no apparent reason at all.
According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, more than 60,000 prisoners – or one in 20 adult inmates – were sexually assaulted during the previous year.
Conservative author Ann Coulter has been dropped as a keynote speaker for WND's "Taking America Back National Conference" next month because of her plan to address an event entitled "HOMOCON" sponsored by the homosexual Republican group GOProud that promotes same-sex marriage and military service for open homosexuals.
An Augusta State University counseling student recently filed a lawsuit against her university claiming it violated her First Amendment rights when she was allegedly told to change her traditional Christian views on homosexuality or leave.
According to a recent poll, 49 percent of all U.S. voters describe themselves as pro-choice and 43 percent say they are pro-life.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a controversial new form of "emergency contraception" that can end a pregnancy as many as five days after sex.
In a sign of just how far the United States has fallen, "naked vacations" are becoming increasingly popular with Americans.
In the U.K., a 21 year old man with "learning disabilities" has been granted taxpayer money to fly to Amsterdam and have sex with a prostitute.
Lastly, memorial crosses erected along Utah public roads to honor fallen state highway troopers have been found unconstitutional by a federal appeals court.