It is nearly axiomatic that presidential contests tend to shine a harsh light on conservative Christians — inasmuch as they are viewed as the Republican Party’s base and are, therefore, deemed fair game.
By Tim Craig Tim Craig National reporter Email Bio Follow KARACHI, PAKISTAN — Pakistani businessman Parvez Henry Gill says he was sleeping when God crashed into one of his dreams and gave him a job: find
‘Christianity Isn’t Collapsing’: The Fascinating Statistic Surrounding Atheists and Religiously Unaffiliated Americans That
Discussion and debate has surrounded the results of the Pew Research Center’s new study into the religious composition of the American public — though there’s one metric in the study that hasn’t been much
Magazine As the once-vilified drug becomes more accepted, researchers around the world are trying to understand how it works and how it might fight disease. There’s nothing new about cannabis, of course.
A book crammed onto a shelf is more or less wasted. This isn’t the 1890s. You’ve got Netflix to watch, so you aren’t reading those books again. What are they, then? They’re nostalgic decoration, a way
An ordinary phone camera can catch signs of retinoblastoma, an aggressive cancer that mostly affects children A rare form of cancer that mostly affects children can be detected through a cellphone camera,
If your iPhone 3G breaks a month from now, prepare to be mostly out of luck. Apple has released a list of devices that will stop receiving repair and parts service in Apple Stores on June 9. The full via
If you hand Seth Wahle your phone, he could steal your photos, passwords and more simply by holding it. Rose Eveleth finds out how he does it. Seth Wahle is one of a growing number of people who has a
Singer thought he was a CIA agent tasked with killing Barack Obama, and drove around the US following an angel he could see on his car bonnet Creed singer Scott Stapp has said drug and alcohol abuse caused
It takes a lot to make it out of a cramped Winnipeg punk scene, which is why Bif’s first vacation only came after she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Shot by Karen Moskowitz Punk, rock star, minor celebrity,
One blog has compiled Google street views of the addresses of bands reviewed in old issues of ‘Maximum Rock’n’roll.’ Not to sound like the old, bitter hardcore fan who uses phrases like “back in the day”
U2 members Bono and The Edge rebut criticism aimed at the band over tax avoidance. Speaking to Sky News, Bono says the group already pay a fortune in tax, adding that his status as an activist has lead
What a time to be alive. Listen, I won't waste a lot of time on pre-amble here. We all know who U2 are thanks to years of unwarranted exposure, and because their record Songs of Innocence bulldozed its
While they're not splitting open a person's chest and massaging their heart back to life, musicians and the songs they make may actually be saving lives. At least that's the consensus we gathered from