Lee and Lizanne Harris from Oxfordshire, England, say they don't want their children to "hear from evangelical preachers who spout harmful and often divisive messages."
Renowned atheist author Richard Dawkins ridiculed reports the predominately Muslim nation of Brunei plans to make homosexuality punishable by death, provoking his critics to once again accuse him of anti-Islamic "bigotry."
A Miami University student in Ohio reports being the latest victim of nationwide extortion scams in which international students are threatened with deportation if they don't transfer thousands of dollars to illicit solicitors.
The Obama administration allowed DACA recipients to travel abroad for academic study.
Johnathan Miquel Brittain, 36, Colby Adam Humphries, 28, and Ronnie Dale Norton II, 31, all from Anniston, Alabama, were arrested and charged in the thefts of as many as 150 bronze vases that were taken from grave sites at at least two cemeteries and sold to a local scrap metal shop, according to authorities and court records obtained by Newsweek.
Renowned atheist author Richard Dawkins claims that a combination of similar last names and naive news producers has confused him for the late Stephen Hawking.
The history faculty said it was "pleased to be modernizing and diversifying our curriculum in this way" but activists said the changes did not go far enough.
The House bill faces rough sledding in the Senate and the prognosis for sensible reform is bleak.
The university aims to "redress the balance" that favored "dead white males" in the past.
The Euroskeptic political scientist has Brussels politicians worried.
Physicist says we won't survive "without escaping beyond our fragile planet."
Prince William visited Oxford on Wednesday for the first time since 2014.
Oxford professor Nick Bostrom believes human-level AI will exist by 2050.
The book, based on Finnish mythology, will be published in late August.
Far from the Islamic State, young hotheads want to remove statues that have the temerity to upset them.
A love of pygmy music led Louis Sarno to a life in the jungles of the Central African Republic.