The founder of a polygamy website for British Muslims has released a press release touting its quick rise to 100,000 members.
The United States Postal Service made the announcement on Tuesday. The stamp will be unveiled in early October, a few weeks before the festive celebration.
The University of Chicago has once again expressed its commitment to free speech, warning incoming freshmen not to expect any “trigger warnings” or safe spaces on campus where individuals can retreat from intellectual challenges.
A North Carolina church has taken a page out of the Alcoholics Anonymous playbook to launch a 12-step program for racists.
An 80-year-old former homeless woman is settling into her new apartment after receiving a $100,000 payout from the federal government.
Ann Coulter, the author of “In Trump We Trust,” is publicly lambasting Donald Trump’s “softening” on immigration policy.
A South Florida couple has lost a lawsuit seeking to overturn a town’s ban on front-yard vegetable gardens.
Venezuelan-born beauty queen Alicia Machado became a U.S. citizen Friday, and when Miss Universe 1996 casts her first vote in November, it won’t be for the man who once insulted her for her weight and her accent.
Female members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police will now be permitted to wear hijabs on the job.
Religious health care providers and five states are suing the federal government over a regulation that they say would require doctors to perform sex-reassignment procedures.