Questions have arisen about the security of Malala Yousufzai, the teenaged Pakistani girl shot last week by the Taliban, who say they are still trying to kill her for her advocacy of education for girls. She's now being treated in a British hospital, and several people have turned up claiming to be her relatives.
Another teenaged girl, in Timbuktu, Mali, received 60 lashes in front of police headquarters after Islamic extremists -- who run the city -- convicted her of speaking to men on the street.
A 12th-century mosque in Aleppo, Syria, is the latest causalty of that nation's civil war.
A coalition of evangelical Christians is calling on fellow Christians to boost access to birth control around the globe, saying it does not conflict with evangelical opposition to abortion.
You don't have to be Jewish to appreciate the Forward's "Presidential Debate Drinking Game" to help you get through tonight's verbal sparring. The worse the pandering to the American Jewish community, the more you get to drink.