Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday hailed Arab countries willing to work with the United States to fight the Islamic State.
In an article published in Free Inquiry, a magazine produced by the Council for Secular Humanism, writer Michael Paulkovich argues that Jesus Christ was a mythical figure who never walked the Earth.
Derek Marte, a special-needs kindergartner with ADHD, sometimes throws tantrums at school. Image source: WABC-TV New York City’s PS 107 has called Alicia Cabrel about her 5-year-old son in the past.
Popular conservative blogger and cultural commentator Matt Walsh is officially joining TheBlaze as a regular contributor.
They’re average, everyday, social media-savvy Americans — who happen to support the brutal jihadist regime slaughtering its way across the Middle East.
A day after Dallas County Health and Human Services confirmed it was treating the first patient diagnosed with Ebola virus disease in the U.S., it added that it was closely monitoring another possible patient.
A recent article in the Washington Post opened with this thought about curbing smoking: ”The best way to get people to stop buying cigarettes might be to sell them in indistinguishable boxes.” Is so-called “plain packaging” really such a good idea?
With famed director Ridley Scott’s ”Exodus: Gods and Kings” set to hit theaters December 12, 20th Century Fox has released a new extended trailer offering a deeper lens into the fast-paced, action-packed storyline viewers can expect from the biblical epic.
At first, Tiasha Chaplin thought it was a prank. Image source: WAVE-TV She “heard a thump, thump, thump” coming from a car in a Louisville parking lot Monday afternoon, WAVE-TV reported.
An immigration program created in 2012 to help people who came to the U.S. at a young age remain in the country longer might have roadblock: money.
Members of the House Foreign Affairs Committee said Wednesday that they believe Mexico will soon release Sgt.
Pastor Rick Cole of Capital Christian Center in Sacramento, California, is on a mission, with the megachurch preacher pledging to live on the streets until he raises $100,000 to help the poor.
As of Sept. 30, 41 states reported lab-verified cases of children infected with enterovirus 68, but severe respiratory problems are not the only thing that doctors are seeing of late.
The World Health Organization will meet behind closed doors in Russia later this month to vote on a proposal that would encourage most of world’s countries to impose a huge tax on tobacco, one that would double or even triple the price of cigarettes and threaten real injury to U.S.
Prostitutes, drugs and sports cars. Those are just a handful of the outlandish items police forces across the country have purchased with money seized from American citizens, often without any criminal charges being filed against them.
A Georgia school district is examining its options after atheist activists protested against a monument that includes Bible verses and is placed near a district-owned football field.
A dog that had fallen into a pool of hot tar in India was almost unrecognizable when rescuers got to him.
The rise of social media has provided countless connective benefits to its users, but one of its many pitfalls is the ability it affords bullies and stalkers to anonymously harass their prey — a lesson actress Sophia Bush has learned all too well over the past few months.
Iraqi military pilots accidentally mistakenly provided food, ammunition and other supplies to Islamic State militants in mid-September, two officials told NBC News Tuesday.
Story by the Associated Press; curated by Oliver Darcy. — KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Royals had waited 29 years to reach the postseason.