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In a decison praised by the local Church, a judge in India sentenced three persons Friday for the 2008 rape of a nun during mob violence against Christians in the state of Odisha.
Pittsburgh criminal defense attorney Daniel Muessig raised eyebrows with his unorthodox, slickly-produced, YouTube video commercial with a hip-hop soundtrack last week -- in no small part because he said, among other things, "Laws are arbitrary."
The American company Chiquita has struck a deal with the Irish Fyffes to create ChiquitaFyffes, the world's largest banana firm with an approximate worth of $1 billion.
Italian officials are threatening legal action against an Illinois-based arms manufacturer for an advertisement showing Michelangelo's "David" holding a rifle.
As cable television networks become a greater source of scripted programming, there are more shows out there that sound like they would make for a great watch. However, cable viewing means more violence, language, and sexual content.
An ultimatum allegedly from a jihadist group has demanded that Syrian Christians live as "dhimmis," low-status subjects who must pay protection money and obey strict restrictions on their religious practice.
Last weekend was a trip back in time for an intelligence officer who well remembers the Soviet military machine that once threatened Western Europe, particularly its ability to project power with elite airborne and naval forces.
Etihad Airways, a United Arab Emirates-based airline that receives American taxpayer money, has omitted Israel from its official flight map.
While the jokes and jabs at the Oscars were safe and family-friendly, faith's role in the award show seemed to be lost by award-winners.