Three churches in Malaysia were firebombed early Friday as religious tension continues over a court decision that allows a Catholic publication to use the word 'Allah' for God, which Catholics claim is a long-standing practice.
Islam, like Christianity and Judaism, worships the God of Abraham. So why is Malaysia's government trying to prevent Catholics from calling God 'Allah?'
Researchers at the Copenhagen global warning talks say they're finding success in reducing emissions by encouraging tropical countries to protect their forests.
Palm oil is in everything from fuel to cosmetics. Is it a solution or a problem?
Aquariums aren't just for fish anymore.
Giant Panda 'Kai Kai' sits in his enclosure at the Giant Panda Forest exhibit at the River Safari, Nov. 28, 2012, in Singapore. Panda populations are threatened by poaching and a loss of habitat, as well as a low birth rate.
A large, Bornean stick insect is seen climbing on a branch. Stick insects are usually long insects that use their shape and color as a natural camouflage to blend in on branches.
The prime minister, his ruling coalition under pressure, vows to end policies that favor ethnic Malays and to boost foreign investment.
Keeping the US truly safe, argues a journalist, requires us to radically rethink our sense of safety.