The U.S. House of Representatives voted Tuesday to "reaffirm" that In God We Trust is the national motto. The resolution, which passed, was in support of a motto that's actually less than 60 years old.
For Rastafarians, the goal for many is to move back to Africa to live in the land where they believe the Messiah came from: Ethiopia. But the relationship with Ethiopia is intense, where the locals object to the Rastafarians' separate culture.
Tunisians of all ages, men and women, turned out by the millions on Sunday to vote in an election to determine who will write a constitution for the newly Democratic country.
The earthquake that caused $20 billion in damage to Christchurch in February, and a series of aftershocks, destroyed a landmark cathedral. In it's place, temporarily, officials are looking to build one of cardboard.
An Israeli man, descended from Libyan Jews, is trying to preserve the vanishing history of the Jewish people of Libya.
In a first for the Roman Catholic Church in the United States, a bishop will face criminal charges for failing to report to law enforcement a priest suspected of child sex abuse.
Would-be small business owners in Cuba now have the opportunity to sign up for a masters degree in business administration from the Catholic Church.
The Catholic Church publicly condemns behavior Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's Berlusconi, who is embroiled in yet another sex scandal.
The Pope and other top Vatican officials accused of crimes against humanity for the cover-ups of sexual assaults by Catholic clerics worldwide.
The Galapagos Islands gave Darwin evidence to support his theory of evolution, but today, a growing number of people who call it home don't believe in evolution.