Satanic Delco's leader characterized the Pennsylvania district's ban on all attire "satanic in nature" as discriminatory and unconstitutional.
The heavy metal legend joked that "being a devil worshipper" kept him safe through the pandemic.
Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan points to Charlie Daniels' song "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" ahead of Trump's rally in the state this weekend.
The singer's latest song, “Montero (Call Me by Your Name)," is a smash hit.
Chloe Fineman's Britney Spears grills "social pariahs of the week" in another episode of her fictional talk show "Oops, You Did It Again."
With sports seasons on hold, fans around the world are left to cope with the loss.
The holier-than-thou crack falls flat when Junior reveals his ignorance of the Bible.
Twitter critics furiously answer televangelist Paula White's sermon.
"What part of Donald Trump's past would Jesus be more proud of?" tweeted one wit. Lust, pride, greed, envy or wrath?
Acclaimed author Neil Gaiman also chimed in on a petition about the Amazon series mistakenly addressed to Netflix.
The devil is having his day menacing a small rural town, according to a bizarre Facebook post from local authorities.
Police caught an 11- and 12-year-old with multiple weapons and say they were "willing to drink blood and possibly eat flesh."
He urges the faithful to call on Michael the archangel for help against the "malign one" amid new sexual abuse scandals.
“He didn’t come up and stick his pitchfork in the ground and blow that hole out.”
"A page after the acknowledgements for people that have wronged you."
(UPDATE: Chaplain Hernandez is being investigated by the Air Force Inspector General, with oversight by the Department of
Is he just some lone, rogue chaplain whose statements should be dismissed? Not by a long shot.