Quiz implies atheists smarter than Christians
Ohio State University has come under some fire for a quiz in a required course.
Comic-Con: The 'Song of Ice and Fire' artist
Bringing ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ to life takes a talented artist and someone willing to go the extra mile. That is Donato Ginacola.
Comic-Con gets first look at next trailer
The trailer for the next film in the popular "Hunger Games" series is making its premiere at Comic-Con.
Congress is scrambling before vacation
It's as true for Congress as it is for term papers: There's nothing better than a deadline to get neglected things accomplished.
Pope Francis to make first visit to US
Pope Francis will make his first trip to the United States as Pontiff next year.
Lightning strike victim still hospitalized
The condition of a 50-year-old man injured by nearby lightning strike on Thursday at Sand Key Park is said to be improving.
Gender-inclusive housing in higher education
Gender-inclusive or gender-neutral housing can allow transgender people to feel more comfortable and safe.
Tampa Police looking for brazen dog thief
A brazen dog theft has left a Tampa family reeling and Tampa Police on the lookout.
Fort Pierce firm sues 'Duck Dynasty's' network
A Fort Pierce novelty merchandising company is suing A&E because "Duck Dynasty" has used a trademarked phrase.
Pregnant St. Pete teen missing two years
Family of missing pregnant teen Morgan Martin passed out fliers with her photograph this morning, marking the two year anniversary of her…