1st meteor shower of 2012 coming

by -NO AUTHOR- -- If you're up early Wednesday morning and the weather is promising, bundle up and go outside. The Quadrantid meteor shower, the first of 2012, should be at its more…

China clashes with villagers over mosque

by Felicia Dionisio -- REPORTING FROM BEIJING -- Muslim villagers exploded in anger as Chinese authorities demolished a refurbished mosque scheduled for an opening ceremony Jan. 1, villagers and a human rights more…

Catholic Church welcomes Episcopal converts

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Congregations and members of the Episcopal Church — including married priests — may join the Roman Catholic Church under a new structure announced by the Vatican. The nationwide more…

Christians unimpressed with Bible exhibit

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By Michael Carl The Chinese government's state church is sending a Bible exhibit on tour in the U.S., but evangelical Christians in China aren't impressed. In fact, they more…

Al-Qaida franchises expanding operations

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's Note: The following report is excerpted from Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin, the premium online newsletter published by the founder of WND. Subscriptions are $99 a year or, more…

Government gets serious about cybersecurity

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By Steve Elwart A bill has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives that would be the start of a coordinated cybersecurity information sharing program. The bill, more…

Iran test-fires missiles in Gulf exercise

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (NEWS.YAHOO) — TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran said on Monday it had successfully test-fired what it described as two long-range missiles, flexing its military muscle in the face of more…

Canada: Taxpayer-subsidized crack pipes

by -NO AUTHOR- -- VANCOUVER — Crack addicts in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside have started receiving free crack pipes as part of a Vancouver Coastal Health Authority harm reduction strategy aimed at curbing more…

Who leaked climate scientists' emails?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- For two years, the mystery has endured: who set out to undercut climate scientists by publishing more than 1,000 of their private e-mails on the Internet? The original more…