Pope Francis on Friday marked the second anniversary of his election by declaring a jubilee year that will be interpreted as a powerful signal of his commitment to reforming the Church.
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Denver police have fired one of its own for excessive force after the officer violently stripped a detained woman of her belt and shoes.
The families of nine Newtown victims have filed lawsuits against Nancy Lanza’s estate, arguing she failed to properly lock up the Bushmaster rifle her troubled son used in his violent killing spree.
Fort Hood Military Official, Gregory McQueen, Pleads Guilty to Charges of Running Prostitution Ring on Base
He was supposed to prevent sexual assaults in the Army.
President Barack Obama is paying his condolences to the family of the American aid worker who died after being taken hostage by the Islamic State group.
Pope Francis said Friday he doesn’t expect to be Pope much longer, raising the questions — will Popes stepping down be the new norm? Or is Pope Francis just morbidly predicting his own death?
An American healthcare worker who tested positive for the Ebola virus while working in Sierra Leone arrived in the United States for treatment on Friday, U.S. health officials said.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has finally published its net neutrality rules this morning, comprising 400 pages of text. It was accompanied by statements from all five commissioners.
Microsoft is working on an advanced version of its competitor to Apple’s Siri, using research from an artificial intelligence project called “Einstein.”
President Obama hasn’t visited a veterans hospital since last summer’s scandal over falsified records forced the resignation of his Veterans Affairs secretary, though he did come close.
Facing off across the very spot where two St. Louis-area police officers were wounded by gunfire less than 24 hours earlier, police and protesters engaged in a long evening of stare-downs and posturing late...
After months of emulating the videos and tactics of the Islamic State, on Mar. 7th, Boko Haram pledged bayat to the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIL) through the release of an audiotape. The pledge...
South African government says its people may be working as mercenaries fighting Boko Haram in Nigeria
The South African government is concerned its nationals may be working as mercenaries in Nigeria in the war against the rebel group Boko Haram.
Americans worried about the security of Hillary Clinton’s email can rest assured that at least one mischief-maker isn’t going to get her address: late night host Jimmy Kimmel.
Death Row Inmates in Utah May Face Execution by Firing Squad as Lethal Injection Drug Shortage Continues
Lawmakers have passed a bill that would make Utah the only state to allow firing squads for carrying out a death penalty if there is a shortage of execution drugs.