In September 2012, Harvard University divinity professor Karen L. King, a distinguished scholar of early Christianity, shocked an academic audience at the International Congress of Coptic Studies by detailing an Egyptian papyrus fragment that contained the first-known explicit reference to Jesus being married. After reading an Atlantic article on it being a fabrication and learning of the apparent fabrications in regards to the provenance of the papyrus, King conceded to the Atlantic that the fragment is likely fake.
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - Police arrested a teen accused of killing a man outside an IHOP restaurant on Sycamore View. The graphic photo is believed to have been sent via the app Snapchat to a number of friends following the murder. The photo is of the murder victim after he was killed. The father of one recipient said the photo came from Vaughn. The Snapchat message that accompanied the photo said "I just killed a Mfer 10 minutes ago."
BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) -- A young boy is expected to make a full recovery after doctors say he was internally decapitated. And for that, they're thanking a good Samaritan who held his head perfectly still until paramedics arrived. When someone is internally decapitated, their head is essentially just holding on by a thread- like the spinal cord. Less than one percent survive the injury. Those who do, need extensive surgery and wear a halo brace. This miracle child didn't have to undergo any of that.
Hillary Clinton brushes off ABC's George Stephanopoulos (who was coincidentally, her husband's 1992 campaign communications director) when he asks if she accepts the findings of the Obama administration's state department inspector general's report which said that the practice of using a private server in her house to store all of her official government communications broke multiple rules. The report found that such actions not only violated Obama administration transparency rules regarding the preservation of official government communications, but was also not allowed under State Dept. rules.
Bernie Sanders on Saturday vowed to continue his fight for the Democratic nomination beyond the primary season, telling reporters at a news conference in Los Angeles that he plans to go after Hillary Clinton's superdelegates. He vowed, "Hillary Clinton will not have the requisite number of pledged delegates to win the Democratic nomination at the end of the nominating process on June 14," he said. "Won't happen. She will be dependent on superdelegates. The Democratic National Convention will be a contested convention." read more