"Homosexuals have gifts and qualities to offer to the Christian community," bishops wrote in a report recently released from Rome.
A much-discussed report from the Catholic Church's synod on the family turned out to be very different in its final form.
A former NSA head has recruited one of his underlings for his lucrative cybersecurity firm—but that underling still works for the agency.
One Texas judge says the new law could keep 600,000 mostly black and Latino voters from the polls.
America and Americans in the active, not passive, mode
To fight Ebola, President Obama has appointed the U.S.'s latest ... Russian emperor? Here's a brief history of a strange title.
"I’d love to take you out for a drink..." An insight into getting a reporter's attention.
A brief history of a provocative word
How childhood influences churchgoing
Your income, how long you dated, and how many people attend your wedding affect the odds you'll stay together.
The statistics reveal a fragile state within a superpower.
A visit to "prepper camp," a four-day session on surviving super viruses, natural disasters, socioeconomic collapse, world war, and more
In next month's election, Jerry Brown is seeking a fourth term as California's governor and public support for his plan for a north-south bullet train to transform travel in a car-dependent state. Here is more of what's at stake.
As the virus spreads, Senator John McCain is calling on the Obama administration to name an Ebola "czar."
At the Vatican's synod on the family this week, bishops have suggested that the theological idea of graduality can help the Church reframe its approach to sexuality. What does this mean?
Not believing in God isn't always based on reasoned arguments—and that's okay.
Thirteen years ago, a federal prosecutor was murdered in the line of duty. His friends and colleagues continue a campaign to bring the killer to justice.
Missouri police are bracing for a "Weekend of Resistance."
Cops say the suspect fired first. His family says he was unarmed. "It’s like Michael Brown all over again."
Thanks, oil money!
The American mission in Liberia will take 4,000 troops, cost $750 million, and could last more than a year.