As the Supreme Court justices took up the vexing question of a constitutional right to same-sex marriage on Tuesday, the case came down to two competing visions of marriage: what it’s been and what it should be.
As Nepal struggles to respond to the massive earthquake and aftershocks during the weekend that left thousands dead, the world has offered aid to a country which is still one of the poorest and most isolated in Asia.
An Egyptian teacher filmed five Coptic Christian secondary school students impersonating ISIS terrorists. Two and a half months later, the teacher and four of the boys are awaiting trial for “contempt of religion.”
The arrests of six Minnesota men accused earlier this month of attempting to join the Islamic State group, highlights an unprecedented marketing effort being waged by the militant group in Iraq and Syria.