A Christian Science perspective.
Comic-Con in San Diego is much more than a comic book convention now. In the age of social media, Hollywood has taken note of how much influence attendees can have.
Results of the State Department's green card lottery were originally announced May 1, but those results were invalidated because of a computer glitch. The results of a new green card lottery were posted Friday.
Rebekah Brooks resigned Friday as the chief executive of Rupert Murdoch's News International. Murdoch defended Rebekah Brooks as the British tabloid phone hacking scandal has unfolded.
The US ranked an abysmally low 82 on the recent Global Peace Index. Unless America invests in the structures to promote peace, it will continue to find itself at war. The peace dividend is worth it: The world could have saved $8 trillion if it had been at peace last year.
New Zealand earthquake early Thursday morning local time is magnitude 7.8. The New Zealand earthquake rattled the country's remote Kermadec Islands.
The sixth 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup runs from June 26 to July 17 in cities across Germany. Marta Vieira da Silva, a Brazilian forward nicknamed 'Pele with skirts,' is considered to be the best female soccer player in the world. Here she jumps over Trine Ronning of Norway during a match in Wolfsburg, Germany, on July 3.
With more evidence that China's economy might face a hard landing, much of the momentum for commodities is starting to subside
The Indian website 'I Paid a Bribe' asks people to post their encounters with corrupt officials. Now reformers in other countries are following its lead.