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Rival factions in the Central African Republic signed a ceasefire on Wednesday in hopes of halting the deadly violence, but it is unclear whether it will be effective.
The second season of the riveting sci-fi series “Orphan Black,” with Tatiana Maslany playing a variety of clones, and the gentle Hallmark series “Cedar Cove” have landed on home video this week.
The Church of England on Monday voted to allow female bishops for the first time in its history.
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has been taken into police custody for questioning as authorities investigate corruption allegations against him.
After having her death sentence for refusing to renounce her Christian faith revoked by a Sudanese court yesterday, Meriam Ibrahim has been re-arrested along with her husband at an airport.
A legal memo that the Obama administration used to justify the killing of U.S. citizen Anwar al Awlaki has been released by a New York court.
Family members and religious liberty advocates are applauding the news that a Sudanese woman's death sentence for refusing to denounce her Christian faith has been overturned by an appeals court after months of international outcry.
Iraq has formally asked the U.S. to launch airstrikes against the Sunni terrorist organization Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
Troy James Knapp, a survivalist who roamed the wilds of Utah for six years, evading law enforcement until he was trapped at a cabin and engaged in a shoot-out with police in 2013, has been sentenced to a decade in prison.
As the 2014 FIFA World Cup nears, soccer's connection to religion makes headlines throughout the world.
A government official in Sudan is denying claims that a Christian woman sentenced to execution for her faith may soon be freed.
The jump-the-shark season of “Happy Days” and a “lost” serial of “Doctor Who” lead TV shows new to DVD this week.
Like its sharp-toothed namesake, "Wolf Hall" is a fearsome beast.
Max Clifford, the influential British publicist best known for managing the reputations of celebrities, was sentenced Friday to eight years in prison for a string of indecent assaults on four women.
"Top Gear" host Jeremy Clarkson has apologized and asked for forgiveness following allegations that he used racist language while he was shooting an episode of the popular BBC show.