CAIRO (Reuters) - The evening Egypt's army ousted Islamist President Mohamed Mursi, Christian lawyer Peter Naggar celebrated on Tahrir Square with even greater joy than when autocrat Hosni Mubarak fell from power two years ago. Full story
Martin Bashir examines the unfolding scandal involving Gov. Bob McDonnell, and questions of financial gifts from a supporter – and the irony that the governor with an apparent lust for material objects has spent a lifetime condemning another kind of immorality: sexual. Full story
Martin Bashir examines the unfolding scandal involving Gov. Bob McDonnell, R-Virginia, and questions of financial gifts from a supporter – and the irony that the governor with an apparent lust for material objects has spent a lifetime condemning another kind of immorality: sexual.
Karen Finney and former evangelical Frank Schaffer join Rev. Sharpton to discuss Ralph Reed’s religious right-wing Faith and Freedom Conference.
Former Michele Bachmann staffer Peter Waldron joins Martin in a wide-ranging interview about life in the Minnesota congresswoman’s inner circle; his opinions on the inquiries hounding her – including his allegations to the FEC; and her worldview on Muslims and Muslim-Americans.
Steve Kornacki’s panelists talk about the influence of religion on professional athletes and how it could factor into their relationship with openly gay players.
Foreign Policy Contributing Editor Christian Caryl talks with The Cycle hosts about the idea behind his new book, “Strange Rebels: 1979 and the Birth of the 21st Century,” outlining five developments that shaped the religious, economic, and political foundation of our modern world.
A Christian gestures while relatives and protesters, who are against former Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi, shout slogans as coffins of men, who were killed during clashes with supporters of Mursi and Muslim Brotherhood members yesterday night in El-Manial, are carried before a funeral at Salah El
Pakistani women and children sit outside a church in a Christian neighborhood in Islamabad, Pakistan, Wednesday, April 24, 2013. Christians, Hindus, Sikhs and other religious minorities make up about 5 percent of Pakistan's 180 million residents.
Pakistani security personnel shift Rimsha Masih, a Christian girl accused of blasphemy, to a helicopter after her release from jail in Rawalpindi on September 8, 2012. Masih was arrested on August 16 for allegedly burning pages containing verses from the Koran but she was released from a prison in R
George Sabra, a veteran Christian opposition figure and acting President of the Syrian National Coalition,