Spanish official threatens to seize private property

At issue is a structure that has belonged to the Catholic Church since 1236.

Terrorists assault freedom of speech in France

After issuing cartoons Muslims found offensive, 'Charlie Hebdo' magazine headquarters was the subject of a terrorist attack today in Paris. 12 persons are dead, including the editor.

Deja vu at Rolling Stone: before there was Jackie there was Billy

Rolling Stone magazine retracted elements of Sabrina Rubin Erderly's report about alleged gang-rape on the Univ of Virginia campus. This is not the first time her veracity has been challenged. It's a tale of journalistic hubris and over-reach.

Argentine president says prosecutor's death was not suicide

Prosecutor Alberto Nisman was found dead this week after claiming he had evidence that President Kirchner sought to stop an investigation into a 1992 terrorist bombing that invovled Iran and Hezbollah.

Exclusive interview with fallen Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman

Prosecutor Alberto Nisman was found dead on Jan 18, the day he was to give testimony linking the Argentine president with a cover-up of Iranian terrorism. This is an unpublished and exclusive interview with him on April 16, 2014.

Suicide? Argentine official received death threats

Alberto Nisman was investigating ties between Argentine president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and Iran. He said that transcripts prove she made deal with Iranians and forego prosecuting Iranians for terrorist bombing.

Argentine who implicated president in terrorism is dead

Special prosecutor Alberto Nisman, investigator of 1994 terrorist bombing that killed dozens at a Jewish center, was found dead on the day before he was to present testimony. He implicated Pres.Fernandez de Kirchner in oil/grain swap with Iran.

Global warming trend is up, say NASA and NOAA

2014 was the hottest year on record. Marc Morano, a climate-change skeptic, points out discrepancies in datasets.

Crucified Again: persecution of Christians becomes more widespread

Approximately 100,000 Christians die every year because of their faith. One thousand Nigerian churches destroyed in 2014.