The Food and Drug Administration is having a meeting to decide who controls your right to choose mental illness treatment.
American tax codes are wrongly benefiting and empowering the unethical, potentially illegal, and most assuredly uncharitable activities of an organization using "religion" as a cloak.
It's been a bad week for the cult of Scientology.
Scientology missionaries set sail from Miami to Haiti today. They boarded a former US coast guard ship packed with 175 tons of supplies, including a...
Scientology. The name is a travesty of science. The reality is a burlesque of religion.
Evangelicals violently disrupted a traditional religious ceremony in the Cite Soleil slum, located just outside the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince.
In Pasadena Babalon, Cal Tech students take on the legend of Jack Parsons. And it's a blast. There's a crater on the dark side of the moon named Pa...
All psychotherapies, most psychiatric drugs, and every mass self-help movement for the last half-century have sought to instill one thought or experience -- "What, me worry?"
Leading Scientologists, and Cruise's lawyer have disputed the claim. And now, in this exclusive video, Tom Cruise himself discusses the explosive charges. Take a look.
As far-fetched as it sounds, the FDA is considering making it more difficult to treat depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and psychosis.
Futurist Mark Pesce gave a fascinating speech at the Personal Democracy Forum last month.
The racist cop is suing the Boston Police Department and demanding compensation for everything he's had to endure, Fox News has no idea where Iraq is, and Glenn Beck says, "Don't kill anyone."
When President Obama made the statement that America is not uniquely a Christian nation, there were no surprises about how the Christian community rea...
Wikipedia should reverse its Scientology ruling rather than set a precedent of discrimination that will only grow more dangerous as our lives move online.
There are some serious journalistic conflicts of interest taking place here, and Van Susteren is either being duplicitous or disingenuous to characterize them as "silly."
At best, what's going on is a journalistic conflict-of-interest on behalf of Van Susteren; at worst, it's a sleazy, national power play by a couple of practitioners of Scientology.