Muslim flight attendents required to wear hijabs
February 2nd, 2018

Muslim flight attendants in Indonesia are now required to comply with sharia law and wear a hijab when arriving at one popular regional airport. Violators will face punishment from the religious police. Continue reading

Anti-Semitic graffiti
January 22nd, 2018

When someone mentions a hate crime, you probably picture an abhorrent act fueled by racist or homophobic sentiments. And many hate crimes do follow such a pattern. However, recent data reveal that in some places – contrary to popular understanding – the group most likely to become the victim of a hate crime is Jews. Continue reading

Texas judge Jack Robison
January 22nd, 2018

A Texas judge is facing calls for resignation over his questionable conduct in the courtroom. Judge Jack Robison reportedly interrupted jury deliberations during a recent child sex trafficking case to insist that “God told him” the defendant was innocent. The … Continue reading

Man marries a goat
December 1st, 2017

When it comes to marriage, they say love knows no bounds. Well, we’re inclined to believe it! This list of odd pairings will leave you scratching your head. From a 106-year-old bride to a woman in love with a building, there sure are some strange couples out there. Continue reading

Although controversial, polygamy won't be disappearing anytime soon.
November 30th, 2017

When asked, most people will probably characterize polygamy as a relic of the past. After all, it was outlawed in the United States way back in the mid-1800s. How could it possibly still be happening? Contrary to popular understanding, polygamy … Continue reading

Pope Francis speaking in Myanmar
November 28th, 2017

Pope Francis has completed a visit to Myanmar, though not without severely damaging his image as a peacemaker. Interesting enough, it’s not what he said — but what he didn’t say — that has sparked backlash from humanitarian groups worldwide. Continue reading

Famous people accused of sexual misconduct
November 13th, 2017

Over the past few months, countless victims have come forward with allegations of sexual harassment and/or assault committed by powerful people. The most recent accusations to be made public involve Roy Moore, a leading candidate for the open Alabama Senate … Continue reading

Javier Flores
October 16th, 2017

Countless people report being “saved” by Christ each year, but one Philadelphia man took the opportunity quite literally. When a deportation order was issued in his name, Javier Flores sought refuge from ICE agents in a local church. The pastor … Continue reading

A rainbow flag on fire
October 11th, 2017

Human rights groups are furious after the United States voted against a U.N. resolution condemning the death penalty and the way it is used to target LGBTQ people around the world. 27 nations voted in favor of the seemingly-uncontroversial resolution, … Continue reading

A collection of guns
October 6th, 2017

In the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas, news headlines have been dominated by a single topic: gun control. This is obviously an important subject, and one we feel is worthy of a community discussion. In fact, all … Continue reading