Gisele Bundchen was named as one of Forbes' highest-earning celebrities this year, resulting in an investigation by the IRS.
The supermodel is married to the New England Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady, and so it comes as no surprise that the couple's income is staggering. However, Bundchen spoke out about the inaccuracies in Forbes' "Rich List," and making matters worse, the report resulted in the IRS at her door.
National Pet Day is dominating social media websites on Friday, with people across the U.S. celebrating their beloved four-legged friends.
The national holiday arrives each year on April 11 and marks an occasion to honor pets of all shapes and sizes, from slimy to furry. Furthermore, National Pet Day encourages people to adopt an animal in need this year. Pets provide countless households with loyal companions who are lovable and fun, and there is a large number of animals that need rescue and adoption.
Data released by the Humane Society of the U.S. reveals that National Pet Day may be working- a survey indicated that pet ownership in the U.S. has more than tripled from the 1970s. According to the HSUS website, 62 percent of American households included at least one pet in 2012. more >>
Hank Hanegraaff recently commented on blasphemous remarks made by atheist talk show host Bill Maher regarding the story of Noah and the new film based on it.
On his show Real Time Maher called God a "psychopathic mass murderer who gets off by watching babies drown" while discussing the new film.
A caller phoned in to Hanegraaff's Bible Answer Man broadcast to ask his opinion on Maher's comments and the media's failure to report the offense committed by the pundit to religious people. more >>
Lakewood Church pastor Joel Osteen has offered that the many distractions Millennials face in life is one of the main reasons why the younger generation seems to be growing less and less religious.
Osteen said in a Fox News interview on Thursday that it was "disappointing" to read the latest State of the Bible survey from the American Bible Society which shows a decline of faith in young adults.
"I do think there are more influences today, distractions, and it's a different day than we grew up in," said the pastor of America's largest church, with more than 52,000 weekly worshipers. more >>
An inspector general's report has revealed that Russia withheld important information relating to the radical-Islam background of one of the Boston Marathon bombers, that could have potentially prevented the attack that killed three people and injured over 260 in April 2013.
One of the suspects, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was a "follower of radical Islam and a strong believer" and had "changed drastically since 2010 as he prepared to leave the United States for travel to the country's region to join unspecified underground groups," the Russian government shared with the FBI in 2011, two years before the attack.
Russian officials then declined several requests for additional information, however, which could have prevented the bombing, according to law enforcement agencies, the report said, according to The New York Times. more >>
The suspect who went on a stabbing rampage at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville near Pittsburgh, Pa., on Wednesday that left 22 people wounded has been identified as 16-year-old sophomore Alex Hribal. His attorney described him as "confused, scared and depressed."
"I think he understands what he did," attorney Patrick Thomassey told ABC's "Good Morning America" on Thursday.
"I don't think he at this point understands the gravity of what he did. I don't think he realizes how severely injured some of these people are. And, hopefully, there's no death involved in any of these. We're praying that everybody is all right." more >>