Israel has sent extra troops to the West Bank after at least seven people were killed in the worst Israeli-Palestinian violence in years. An Israeli security guard was also stabbed at the country's embassy in Jordan Sunday. The U.N. Security Council is holding an emergency session Monday.
A man who identifies as a woman and is serving a sentence for first-degree murder is now allowed to spend the rest of his life in a British Columbia women's prison.
The report of an independent review, fully accepted by Archbishop of Canterbury, suggests that the Church of England was advised by its insurers to withdraw emotional support and pastoral care for sex abuse victims.
Responding to a recent statement by the liberal Christian civil rights leader Rev. William Barber that praying for the president is a "theological malpractice that borders on heresy," evangelical leaders responded that the Word of God clearly asks us to pray specifically for our leaders.
Kentucky has suspended the $18 million in state sales tax rebates to the Ark Encounter, saying it has violated the terms of the incentives approved by the state.
The state of Oregon has taken away the two children of a couple, one of them directly from the hospital, saying the parents are too mentally limited to be good parents.
Authorities in Iran are increasingly targeting Christian converts with arrests and imprisonments, according to the New York-based Center for Human Rights In Iran.
An episode of Bill Nye's show on Netflix that addresses transgenderism has been nominated for the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards.
Transgender activist Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Olympic gold medalist Bruce Jenner, and singer Kid Rock say they are considering running for the Senate.
Two pastors have filed a lawsuit against Coca-Cola and the American Beverage Association for not disclosing the health risks of sugar-sweetened beverages, arguing that it could be a reason behind the prevalence of diabetes and cardiovascular disease especially in the black and Latino communities.
The U.S. Secret Service responded Sunday to President Trump's personal lawyer Jay Sekulow's suggestion that it had vetted the 2016 meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Kremlin-connected Russian lawyer, who allegedly promised damaging information about Hillary Clinton.
Acting on the advice of Egypt's security services, the country's churches have canceled conferences, tours and other events scheduled for this month amid threats of more attacks on the minority community.
A leading lawyer and activist, Xu Zhiyong, who is a Christian, was released by the Chinese authorities Saturday as he completed a four-year prison sentence. However, it is still not clear if he would be allowed to live as a free man.
In a clear shift from the President Barack Obama administration during which arriving Muslim refugees outnumbered Christian refugees, more Christian than Muslim refugees have been admitted to the United States under President Donald Trump, according to the Pew Research Center.
Vicky Beeching on Eugene Peterson Controversy: 'American Christians' Opposition to LGBT Equality Tied to Money'
Lesbian Christian singer Vicky Beeching said opposition of American Christians to "LGBT equality" is "deeply interlaced with finances and politics," in response to Presbyterian Pastor Eugene Peterson's reversal of his recent comments affirming gay marriage.
Alliance Defending Freedom is demanding that ABC News retract a "defamatory" story in which it labeled the Christian legal firm a "hate group" while covering a speech by Attorney General Jeff Sessions at an event for the group earlier this week.
African-Americans are more engaged with the Bible than any other group, according to the American Bible Society's State of the Bible survey, which found that this group overwhelmingly cites positive beliefs and hope found in the Scriptures.
Amid the fierce battle to control information and sway public opinion, can you trust giants like Facebook, Google and Twitter? To answer this question, investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson took an in-depth look into efforts to control what we know and spread "fake news."
GOP Senator Marco Rubio of Florida blasted left-leaning media, Politico, which published an article commenting that he was tweeting "the most Republican part of the bible," referring to his use of verses from the book of Proverbs in the Old Testament.
President Donald Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., met with a Kremlin-connected Russian lawyer during the 2016 campaign after he was promised damaging information about Hillary Clinton, The New York Times claims, quoting five unnamed sources.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday reversed his statement that he discussed forming a cybersecurity unit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, saying "it can't happen," after several Republican leaders criticized the proposal.
Two dozen religious leaders from different faiths, including Catholic, Orthodox and Presbyterian priests as well as Rabbis and Buddhists, are now part of a Johns Hopkins study into the effects of psychedelic drugs on religious experience.
Leaders of the Church of England want to urge the government to ban the practice of conversion therapy, which seeks to alter sexual orientation. They called the therapy unethical and potentially harmful.
As Iraqi troops say female Islamic State fighters are using children as human shields to defend the terror group's remaining tiny territory in Mosul's Old City, a shocking image has appeared of a woman clutching a baby with one arm and holding a trigger in the other hand moments before detonating explosives hidden under her hijab.
Pure Flix Entertainment, an independent Christian film and television studio, has donated $25,000 to the American History and Heritage Foundation for the rebuilding of a Ten Commandments tribute monument that was recently destroyed on Arkansas' state capitol grounds.