California has banned state-funded travel to four states that have recently enacted laws that Attorney General Xavier Becerra claims are discriminatory against people on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.
About half of all Americans say a prayer over their food at least a few times a week which is an unusual commonality in a politically divided nation, according to a new poll by The Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation.
A federal judge in Michigan has ruled that more than 100 Iraqi Christian migrants facing deportation can stay in the U.S. for at least two more weeks to give the court more time to determine its jurisdiction.
How do Americans from each region interact with the Bible? A study by Barna Group explores the faith profile of 131 cities to identify the top 10 most Bible-minded cities as well as the least Bible-minded cities in 2017.
Oregon has become the first state to allow residents to be identified as neither male nor female on applications for driver's licenses, learner's permits and identity cards.
A new research shows that far more young people in Britain are Christian than previously thought, and that thousands of them are converting after visiting a church building.
The Islamic State has for the first time claimed responsibility for an attack inside Israeli-controlled territory after Palestinian men stabbed and killed an Israeli police officer and wounded two other officers in Jerusalem. Israeli authorities, however, denied the role of the terror group.
Keith Getty, who pioneered "modern hymns" and is based in the United States, was honored Friday as an "Officer of the Order of the British Empire" by Britain's Queen Elizabeth II for his contribution in music and modern hymn writing.
In Egypt's Minya province, which has the highest percentage of Christians in the country, even the mention of the word "church" can be dangerous, as churches are believed to be religiously "unclean" by some local Muslims, according to a report.
Canada's Senate has passed a law against the use of wrong gender pronouns which critics say would allow authorities to charge those who deny gender theory with hate crimes leading to imprisonment, fines or "anti-bias" training.
Regular church attendance has a definite bearing on a person's giving goals, according to a new study by the Barna Group, which looked at the drivers of Christian generosity.
A play in New York City is being criticized for appearing to depict President Donald Trump's assassination by women and minorities, and as a result two of its sponsors, Delta Air Lines and Bank of America, have announced they are revoking the sponsorship.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders said at a summit in Chicago over the weekend that President Donald Trump is perhaps the "worst and most dangerous president in the history of our country."
Authorities in North Korea's Yanggang province tied with rope, assaulted, dragged and arrested a 61-year-old resident days after he returned from China on charges of spying as he had allegedly contacted his Christian relatives in that country, according to reports.
An investigative report on displacement and emigration of Christians in Syria and Iraq estimates that at least 50 percent and up to 80 percent of the Christians have fled the two countries since the start of the Syrian civil war in 2011.
The website of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party, which was founded by a Protestant preacher-politician four-and-a-half decades ago, crashed as people worldwide began to surf the internet to find out about the party which is now set to hold the balance of power in the British government. So what is the DUP?
About three years after being abducted by the Islamic State terror group, a five-year-old Iraqi Christian girl has returned to her parents, who will soon celebrate her sixth birthday, according to a report.
A young Christian sanitary worker, who fell unconscious due to suffocation while cleaning a drain, died after Muslim doctors in a hospital refused to touch his dirty body as they were fasting, according to local media.
The Islamic State terror group has claimed responsibility for the London attack, and a former friend of one of the three terrorists who were killed says he referred the man to anti-terror police after learning about his radicalization through videos of a controversial American preacher. Police say they will release the names of the three men "as soon as operationally possible."
Canada's Ontario province has passed legislation that allows the government to seize children from families that refuse to accept their child's chosen "gender identity" or "gender expression."
Theresa May After London Bridge Terror Attack: There's 'Far Too Much Tolerance' of Islamic Extremism
The three militants who killed seven people and injured at least 48 others by driving a van at high speed into them on London Bridge Saturday night were shot dead within eight minutes of the first call, police said Sunday. The attackers were shouting, "This is for Allah," according to a witness.
A panel of a U.S. Court of Appeals said Friday that a Michigan Township can forbid a Christian school from moving into its city. First Liberty Institute, which is representing Livingston Christian School, called it a "very dangerous" precedent.
One of the results of attending church is that you have better health and live longer than those who do not, according to a recent study by Vanderbilt University professor Marino Bruce.
Somalia-based al-Shabaab is now the deadliest terror group in Africa, more dangerous than Nigeria-based Book Haram, according to data collected by Armed Conflict Location and Event Dataset and analyzed by Africa Center for Strategic Studies.
Kong Hee, founder and senior pastor of Singapore's City Harvest Church, one of the nation's largest megachurches, and five other individuals associated with it and convicted of misusing millions in church funds, have been permanently barred by authorities from having administrative control of any charity. The church, however, says they will continue to "perform their religious duties."