The most comprehensive abortion bill has now become official law in Missouri.
A man who was high on drugs and fatally injured a North Carolina church usher last summer has been sentenced to serve a minimum of 19 years and four months in prison.
Last week, as this New York Times editorial reports, a federal appeals court argued that a young pregnant woman who has illegally immigrated to the United States and is requesting an abortion has the constitutional right to obtain one.
Research and studies are showing that more Americans are interested in spirituality, but are less interested in organized religion. This trend is especially true for millennials.
Islamic State soldiers have reportedly killed “scores” of people, including women and children, in Qaryatayn, a town that was once predominantly Christian.
Actor Mark Wahlberg said there are certain movie roles he has taken, and one in particular, that he regrets and for which he hopes God can forgive him.
A study undertaken by the federal government and the Planned Parenthood-associated Guttmacher Institute has shown that the abortion rate has dropped significantly in recent years.
Jason Greenblatt, the U.S. Special Representative for International Negotiations, is putting the world on notice that Hamas is now begging Iran for help to destroy Israel.
Several students at LaPoyner High School defied atheist organization the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) after the organization demanded that the school take down the Christian flag on display.
Tim Tebow, as well as former First Lady Laura Bush, will make appearances on the final season of the popular HGTV show “Fixer Upper.”
The Rohingya crisis in Myanmar, where thousands of people have fled the killing in the country, is “genocide,” said Azeem Ibrahim, a senior fellow at the Center for Global Policy.
Evangelist Nick Vujicic often speaks to massive crowds of people. Recently, he and his team reported that 400,000 people gave their lives to Christ at an event in Ukraine.
Nepal's president recently signed into law a bill making evangelism and conversion to another religion a punishable offense in the country.
“Me Too.”In one two-word tweet Alyssa Milano set off a firestorm of victim's voices throughout Twitter and Facebook. On Sunday night, she issued an invitation for sexual assault victims to make their voice heard:“Suggested by a friend: ‘If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote “Me Too.” as a status, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem.”Twenty-four hours later, the response was overwhelming. The magnitude of #MeToo had been retweeted more than a million times on Twitter and over 12 million times on Facebook. Celebrities like Lady Gaga and Debra Messing and women everywhere are tired of remaining silent. On the heels of the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault allegations and the massive cover-up that continues to unfold in the Hollywood industry, victims everywhere want the opportunity to be heard, and they're hoping it's finally time.For the sake of brevity, I won't attempt to discuss the massively destructive and far-reaching implications of sexual assault on a victim's life; we know they are complicatedly vast. And as it pertains to the film industry and the wake of Weinstein victims, we're still waiting on more truth to come to light and justice for the victims. What I want to communicate in this article are truths #MeToo victims can cling to when the sexual assault occurs in our own community or the cover-up happens in the church.Photo courtesy: ©Thinkstock/Jacob Ammentorp Lund
A Christian magistrate in the UK who was fired from his position due to his views on gay adoption has lost his appeals court case.
Israeli archaeologists recently uncovered eight previously unearthed sections of the Temple Mount's retaining wall in Jerusalem and part of a Roman-era theater in an area abutting the wall.
Opposition says government has not done enough to secure democracy.
On their son's third day of high school, the parents of 17-year-old Sharoon Masih learned that he had been in a fight, had suffered a serious injury, and been taken to the hospital.
Case represents a new tactic in challenging abortion regulations.
Container held for more than two years.
In a recent major crackdown on sex-trafficking operations in the U.S., the FBI has rescued 84 minors.
A North Korean refugee said that children and infants are “dying without hope” in the country.
At a rally in the Gaza strip on Thursday, Hamas' second highest ranking military leader, Yahya Sinwar, said the terror group has no intention of recognizing Israel; instead, it still intends to wipe out Israel.
Jack Phillips, the Colorado Christian cakeshop owner who refused to make a cake for a same-sex wedding, has received the “Courage in the Face of Power:Daniel Award.”
President Trump has started a petition in support of standing for the National Anthem, and is urging Americans to sign it.
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