A federal judge has issued a temporary injunction to halt the increase of federal funding for embryonic stem cell research.
Well, finally some good news from Pakistan. Even though 14 million people have now been affected by the flooding, the UN estimates that it has gotten 70% of donations needed to confront the disaster.
According to this first person account from the BBC, the situation in Pakistan is worsening.
RELEVANT looks at the issue of Proposition 8 and gay marriage, wondering why Christian twentysomethings have dropped out of the debate.
Flooding in Pakistan continues to devastate the nation. Officials estimate that it has affected some 20 million people, and 6 million people are in need of emergency assistance.
RELEVANT looks at how the story of the Jet Blue guy reminds us all of our own pride and how we treat people who serve us.
Every once in a while, a historical artifact from days past shows up again with an eerily prescient message.
Basically, if you have a birthday in September and give up any gifts and instead send donations to the September campaign, you’ll be helping the entire population of the Bayaka people group of Central African Republic get access to clean water.
RELEVANT looks at the current controversy surrounding the proposed Islamic Center near Ground Zero in New York City.
Massive flooding in Pakistan has now affected a quarter of the country. It’s killed 1,500 people and has left 7 million people in need of assistance.
The Iranian woman who has made international headlines because she was sentenced to be stoned for adultery has admitted it on Iranian national television.
Columnist Laura Parker writes for Reject Apathy about her family’s experience living in Thailand and working for a nonprofit that rescues young girls before they enter the sex industry.
Paul Kagame, president of Rwanda and frequent target of abuse-of-power allegations, has won re-election in Rwanda in a landslide victory.
Ed Stafford, a 34-year-old British man, became the first person to ever walk the entire length of the Amazon River in South America.
Craigslist has come under increased fire again today after an open letter appeared in the Washington Post written by two girls who said they were trafficked and were forced to use Craigslist to sell sex.