The Daily Caller

The Daily Caller

Brazil judicial decision paves the way for same sex marriage

The Telegraph
In this file photo from Thursday, Aug. 12, 2010, a rainbow flag flies below the American flag outside City Hall in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)

In a bold move for the majority Roman Catholic nation, the National Council of Justice (NCJ), a panel which oversees Brazil's legal system and is headed by the chief justice of the Supreme Court, said government offices that issue marriage licenses had no standing to reject gay couples.

North Korea puts rocket units on alert to ‘attack US’

2:42 PM 03/26/2013

North Korea has elevated its artillery and strategic missile forces to "combat-ready posture" and said it is prepared to strike targets in South Korea, Japan, Guam, Hawaii and the continental US.

Video: Top Gear helicopter crash caught on camera

4:51 PM 02/11/2013

A stunt race involving a Corvette ZR1 supercar and an AH1 Cobra helicopter on Top Gear Korea almost ended in tragedy when the pilot lost control of the aircraft.

Men’s friendships with women ‘driven by sexual attraction’

2:57 PM 02/11/2013

Women are more likely to consider their friendships with men as platonic and only hope that they develop into more if their own relationship is in trouble, researchers found.

North Korea ‘preparing for two nuclear tests’

12:12 PM 02/04/2013

Analysis of recent satellite images has shown new activity on the southern edge of the Punggye-ri nuclear test site, while preparations at a second tunnel to the west were apparently completed earlier, a South Korean government source told the Chosun Ilbo newspaper.

North Korea ‘under martial law’

2:01 PM 01/31/2013

In an emergency meeting of his top defence and security officials on Saturday, the North Korean leader issued a series of orders that included the conclusion of preparations for a new nuclear test, the Joongang Daily reported.

Pope: Jesus was born earlier than thought

9:52 PM 11/21/2012
Also says there were no animals at in the manger