Bill Cosby’s alma mater severs ties: ‘He no longer has any affiliation…’
Nigerian child bride facing the death penalty for killing husband, three others
Creed singer Scott Stapp placed on psychiatric hold before desperate video plea
Church member denied funeral due to non-payment of tithes
Ray Rice wins, suspension vacated on appeal
Scott Stapp, the born-again Christian frontman for the popular 90s rock band “Creed” who revealed he was broke and being persecuted by “evil” people on Facebook Wednesday, was placed on an involuntary psych hold less than two weeks earlier.
An online petition on the White House’s website calling for a federal prosecution of Officer Darren Wilson regarding the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown has garnered over 120,000 signatures in three days.
North Korea has criticized the U.S. over the Michael Brown case, arguing that America is a “human rights tundra” where people openly face racial discrimination. The government of Kim Jong Un made these accusations while facing indictment from the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity.
Bollywood actress Veena Malik was sentenced to 26 years in prison by Pakistan’s anti-terrorism court for appearing in a wedding scene based on the marriage of the Prophet Muhammad’s daughter. Depictions of Quran figures are considered blasphemous in the Islamic country, though Malik has expressed hopes that a higher court will overturn the sentence.
As Pope Francis visits Turkey on Friday for a weekend trip, Muslim religious figures have expressed hopes that the occasion can serve to restore Islam’s image of peace and repair some of the negativity that has been associated with the religion.