December 19, 2012
A new report on global religious identity shows that while Christians and Muslims make up the two largest groups, those with no religious affiliation--including atheists and agnostics--are now the third-largest “religious” group in the world.
By John W. Whitehead, The Rutherford Institute
“If you’re not a terrorist, if you’re not a threat, prove it. This is the price you pay to live in free society right now. It’s just the way it is.”--Sergeant Ed Mullins of the New York Police Department
May 9. 2013
Terrible new forms of infectious disease make headlines, but not at the start. Every pandemic begins small. Early indicators can be subtle and ambiguous. When the Next Big One arrives, spreading across oceans and continents like the sweep of nightfall, causing illness and fear, killing thousands or maybe millions of people, it will be signaled first by quiet, puzzling reports from faraway places.
Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen
April 20, 2013
How do you explain to people that they are a YouTube sensation, when they have never heard of YouTube or the Internet? That’s a question we faced during our January visit to North Korea, when we attempted to engage with the Pyongyang traffic police.
April 15, 2013
While most Americans refer to themselves as Christians, a study released Monday by Barna Group shows an upward trend in “post-Christian” beliefs and behaviors among the nation’s adult population.
April 3, 2013
In September 2005, a middle-aged woman was taken by state security officials from her home in North Korea’s North Pyongan Province. She was put under arrest and taken to a local farm, where government officials had assembled in the threshing area to carry out her punishment.