Arsenal will go on the road to Germany to face Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League on Wednesday night in a huge clash for Group F. At the moment the group is tied three ways, with the Gunners, Dortmund and Napoli all locked on six points from their three games so far. Today's result will go a long way to deciding who will win the group, and even who will qualify for the knock out stages.
A number of our elected representatives have somberly proclaimed that there are no winners from the recent government shutdown and near-default. These utterances have not prevented pundits from weighing in with various lists of "winners" and "losers" anyway.
The Republic of Cyprus has entered the maelstrom of the world's most volatile region thanks to new-found gas and oil reserves combined with an erratic Turkish foreign policy and a civil war in Syria. Even as leaders of this Mediterranean island show skill dealing with these novel threats and opportunities, they need support from a strong U.S. Navy, something not now available.
A New Mexico man has filed a damning lawsuit against local police and a medical establishment after he was reluctantly dragged through a hellish 14-hours of multiple anal cavity searches because police felt he was hiding drugs when he appeared to clench his buttocks during a routine traffic stop.
Illinois is set to allow same-sex marriage after the House approved legislation on Tuesday. Chicago Democrat Gov. Pat Quinn has praised the vote, claiming that Illinois is now an example for the nation to follow, and confirming that he would sign the bill into law, although he did not specify a date.
Awhile back I met a man named Michael Franzese, who was once involved with the Colombo crime family. In fact, in the mid-1980s he was dubbed one of the fifty most wealthy and powerful mafia bosses. At his peak he was making $6 to $8 million a week. Then he ended up in prison.
The Rev. William Franklin "Billy" Graham Jr., born Nov. 7, 1918, will mark his 95th birthday this week with a special message to America entitled "The Cross." The highly anticipated program, set for television and online broadcasts, may very well be the venerable evangelist's final message to the U.S.
Kicking off the first plenary session at the Mosaix 2013 Multi-Ethnic Church Conference on Tuesday, pastors Mark DeYmaz, Derwin Gray and Eugene Cho and theology professor Paul Louis Metzger shared their belief in this movement that aims to reflect God's love for all people and the diversity of the kingdom of heaven by planting and growing economically and ethnically-diverse churches.
"Couples who've had sex before marriage will inevitably have sexual difficulties in marriage." That's what I, a marriage expert and chairman of MarriageHelper.com, said to a large audience of married couples. Through my work with thousands of couples, I've learned that the emotional results of premarital sex can negatively affect many aspects of a marriage.
Pastor Mark Driscoll set the tone early during a meeting of Christian leaders strategizing for a faith-driven resurgence on the first day of a two-day conference at Mars Hill Downtown Church by walking out on the stage and screaming, "I am not ashamed. I am not ashamed. I am not ashamed."