Following Pope Benedict XVI's repeated messages denouncing same-sex marriage, more Dutch Catholics are seeking ways to leave the Catholic Church. And one website is helping people to "de-baptize" themselves.
A Bronx, N.Y., woman was arrested Thursday for lying to the FBI about posing as the aunt of one of the children killed in the Newtown, Conn., rampage this month and soliciting money.
Former President George H.W. Bush is in intensive care and has a "stubborn fever," a spokesman said. Bush's fever is slightly elevated, Jim McGrath told CNN Wednesday.
A major storm system pounded the South on Christmas Day Tuesday and resulted in at least three deaths. The storms are now moving to the East.
A conservative supporter of traditional marriage denounced Newt Gingrich's recent remarks that same-sex marriage is essentially inevitable. "Newt Gingrich has provided valuable public service to America," said Frank Schubert, national political director for National Organization for Marriage. "But sometimes good men say stupid things, and this is one of those times."
The New York Post published a story Sunday featuring a Facebook interview with Ryan Lanza, the brother of Newtown, Conn., gunman Adam Lanza. A spokesman for the Lanza family, however, said an imposter is behind the Facebook messages.
In his weekly address to Americans on Saturday, President Obama extended a Merry Christmas, thanked U.S. troops and remembered the birth of Christ as the reason for the season.
The Obama family arrived in Hawaii early Saturday to spend their Christmas vacation in the president's home state. Just before leaving for Honolulu, Obama, however, indicated that he would return "next week" since they did not agree on a fiscal cliff package.
California's ban on reparative therapy, or sexual orientation change efforts, was blocked by a federal appeals court Friday. The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals placed the law, set to take effect on Jan. 1, on hold until it hears arguments on its constitutionality.
Scrooges in the church? R.C. Sproul, an author and theologian, says the church is full of them. They don't exactly hate Christmas but they complain about how others demean the holiday.
The mother of a 7-year-old boy who attended Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., provided some details of how her son narrowly escaped gunman Adam Lanza.
The killings that took place last week at an elementary school in Newtown, Conn., serve as a warning to everyone, says one theologian. That warning, he says, is to see how much everyone is in need for a Savior.
There are new reports that Nancy Lanza, the mother of alleged gunman Adam Lanza, may not have been a teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary School where 26 people were killed Friday.
The Mayan apocalypse is a week away and amid worries by some that the world may really come to an end on Dec. 21, NASA has released a video confidently debunking the myth.
Bishop Joseph Walker was hit with an amended lawsuit Monday by a former church member who is accusing the charismatic preacher of sexual abuse.
A young earth creationist is accusing Sea World of "evolutionary indoctrination." Ken Ham, founder of Answers in Genesis, says the new dinosaur exhibit at the marine mammal park in Australia pushes Darwinism on children.
There's a photo released by the White House that's going viral – Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney doing her "not impressed" face with President Barack Obama in the Oval Office.
Jay Cutler, quarterback for the Chicago Bears, will not start in Monday's game against the San Francisco 49ers. Cutler suffered a concussion in last Sunday's game during the second quarter. A day after the official announcement, Mike Ditka, Bears Hall of Famer, was hospitalized Friday.
Lakers vs Suns, new coach D'Antoni, live stream
After blowing away the defending champion Miami Heat on Sunday, the Memphis Grizzlies are going to go for their sixth straight win Wednesday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
President Barack Obama will be taking the oath of office for the second time on Jan. 21, 2013. And atheists want him to do so without mentioning "God" and without a Bible.
The reviews for Rachel Held Evans' A Year of Biblical Womanhood keep coming and criticism is largely coming from complementarians. Mary Kassian, a council member on The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, released her review over the weekend and said she's mostly disappointed in how Evans "caricaturized" what complementarians believe.
The Miami Heat play the Houston Rockets Monday night beginning at 8:00 p.m. ET. Live streaming of the game is available on NBA.com.
The red carpet premiere of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2" is tonight and live streaming is available below via Yahoo! beginning 7:30 p.m. ET
The Sunday after the election, Pastor Robert Jeffress told thousands of churchgoers that regardless of the outcome, God is sovereign over all, Christians still have a responsibility to spread the Gospel, and America's end is certain.