Ohio DJs burn copies of raunchy romance novel 'Fifty Shades of Grey' - TheDC

US | Hillary Alexander
Fifty Shades of Grey

‘Mummy porn’ torched by overprotective men

Another Apology — Another Disaster - Opinion - LtCol Oliver North, USMC, Ret.

Guns and Gear | Mike Piccione

Within hours of the presidential apology, two U.S. soldiers were dead — killed by their Afghan counterparts.

Where’s the Outrage? - The Unknown Soldiers

Guns and Gear | Mike Piccione

On the rare occasions when U.S. troops make serious mistakes, such as accidentally burning the Koran, there is worldwide outrage. On the frequent occasions when U.S. troops are murdered by terrorists, there is mostly silence.

How many American lives is a worn copy of a Koran worth? - Opinion - Major General Jerry Curry, USA Ret.

Guns and Gear | Mike Piccione

Aren’t American lives more important than Afghan books?

TheDC Interview: 13 questions for Pastor Terry Jones - TheDC

US | Matthew Boyle

Jones takes TheDC hot seat to discuss the media firestorm that he set by threatening to burn Korans, including who the worst reporter to speak with was

Supreme Court Justice, attorneys don't rule out ban on Quran burning - TheDC

US | Chris Moody

Is Quran burning protected speech or not? Justice Breyer causes some confusion

Gingrich challenges Obama on mosque - AP

Politics | admin

‘It’s wrong to burn the Quran and it’s wrong to build the mosque at Ground Zero, and both should be stopped,” former House Speaker says

Fla. pastor, imam at odds over Quran-burning deal - AP

US | admin

Two religious leaders are at odds about whether a deal was struck to stop a Quran-burning at a tiny church in exchange for moving the location of a mosque planned near ground zero

Quran-burning suspended, not canceled - AP

US | admin

Later outside his church Pastor Jones he said that the imam he thought he made the deal with “‘clearly, clearly lied to us’ about moving the mosque

Terry Jones on fringe of US Christian life - AP

US | admin

The Florida pastor who plans to burn the Quran on the anniversary of 9/11 is rooted in Pentecostal tradition that believes Christians are engaged in a modern-day spiritual battle with evil