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North Korea Frees Kenneth Bae, Matthew Miller After National Intelligence Director James Clapper's Visit; Dennis Rodman Also Claims Credit for Release
U.S. Christian missionary Kenneth Bae and American citizen Matthew Miller have finally been released by North Korea after their detention for two years and seven months, respectively. Their release was part of a mission by Director of National Intell..
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Victoria Osteen, co-pastor of Lakewood Church in Texas, and Kay Warren, co-founder of California's Saddleback Church, will appear in a new TV special produced by Roma Downey and Mark Burnett that will be aired next month as a prelude to a new drama s..
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The U.S. Supreme Court said Friday it will consider reviewing a controversial part of President Obama's signature health-care law concerning tax credits. The Republican-backed lawsuit could give a death blow to the law.
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The Benham Brothers, Mike Huckabee and "Duck Dynasty" stars Phil and Alan Robertson were among the thousands of people who gathered at Grace Community Church in Houston Sunday to protest the city's recent subpoena of pastors' sermons about homosexual..
High wire artist Nik Wallenda broke two world records Sunday by completing his Chicago skywalk, which included walking a tight rope 65 stories off the ground between the west and east towers of a building blindfolded and without a harness. He said he..
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New polls showed Sunday that Republican Senate candidates are surging ahead in key states, including Iowa, in this week's midterm elections even as President Obama made a final push to help struggling Democrats.
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Terror group Boko Haram has denied that it has a ceasefire agreement with the Nigerian government or is engaged in negotiation with it to release the over 200 Chibok schoolgirls abducted in April. The Islamist group claims the girls have been convert..
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Gunmen from the Islamic State terror group lined up and shot dead at least 50 men and women from the U.S.-allied Albu Nimr tribe in the middle of the night. Such killings are being witnessed on a daily basis, an official says.
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South Carolina, the only state under the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals where the same-sex marriage ban is still enforced, is now facing another lawsuit by those who refuse to have their same-sex spouses' family names written on their driver's ..
A 14-year-old girl, who was wounded in a Washington state high school shooting last week, died Friday and two other students remain hospitalized. The number of fatalities, including the student who opened fire in a cafeteria, has now risen to four.
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Christian School Fears Closure Over British Rule Mandating Imams to Take Assemblies, 'Actively' Promoting Other Faiths
Schools in Britain, including those run by Christian groups, have been asked to comply with a new government policy promoting "British values" by inviting Imams and leaders from other religions to take assemblies. At least one school is facing closur..
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As same-sex marriage became legal in Alaska, Arizona, Idaho, North Carolina, West Virginia and Wyoming recently, the federal government now recognizes gay married couples in 33 states, including the District of Columbia, according to Attorney General..
U.S. journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff and British aid workers David Haines and Alan Henning, who have been beheaded by the Islamic State militants, were subjected to severe physical torture and may have converted to Islam under duress, acco..
Moses was "likely schizophrenic" and "one of the most barbaric individuals," says Christian Bale, who plays Moses in "Exodus: Gods and Kings," the latest in a series of biblically-based or inspired films. Director Ridley Scott adds that in his movie,..
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The city of Coeur d'Alene in Idaho has reportedly realized that a for-profit wedding chapel owned by Christian ministers Donald Knapp and his wife, Evelyn, can refuse to perform same-sex marriages without violating "non-discrimination" laws.