Bank of America Corp will fork over a whopping $335 million to settle claims that it discriminated against minorities through a subprime lending scheme.
A missing Kansas teen sparked a national search after disappearing Monday, but now she has been found safe and sound.
Republican congressman Jim Sensenbrenner plans to apologize after accusing the First Lady of having what he deems to be a considerable derriere.
An atheist organization is so offended by a public expression of faith that it has threatened to sue the city of Warren, Michigan.
Sales of the Jesus toaster are through the roof, and fans have begun placing their requests for celebrities, including NFL quarterback Tim Tebow.
The Walter Reed National Military Medical Center is now changing its tune regarding its controversial Bible ban, denying that it was ever put into action.
Lady Gaga has been voted the Associated Press Entertainer of the Year, surpassing Apple founder Steve Jobs by just three votes.
George Michael's health has drastically improved, and the singer is likely to be home for Christmas.
Etta James' medical condition has worsened and doctors are asking fans to pray for the now terminally ill 73-year-old.
A woman has filed a lawsuit against Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Fayetteville, Tennessee, claiming she was fired for marrying a black man.
Lauren Scruggs is recovering in a Dallas hospital after having her left eye successfully removed and her family continuing to call for prayer.
A growing number of black congregations are accepting and welcoming gays through church doors.
Oprah Winfrey arrived in Haiti on Sunday in preparation for her interview with Sean Penn, which will focus on the actor's aid work in the grief stricken nation.
West Africans could face another fateful food crisis in 2012, but Oxfam International is insisting it is avoidable.
Dottie Sandusky's decision to stand by her husband has angered critics.
Kris Humphries finally spoke out Friday on Good Morning America (GMA), insisting he is moving forward after his 72-day marriage to Kim Kardashian.
The Virginia Tech lock down has ended after a fatal shooting, and students continue offering their support through social media websites.
Christian singer Brooke Fraser has been nominated for the “New Zealander of the Year” award, which acknowledges the nation's most talented and inspiring artists.
A Labor appointed panel is recommending changes to the Australian constitution to promote national recognition of Australia's indigenous people and ultimately prohibit discrimination.
Zambia is rejoicing after a recent Christian outreach program resulted in thousands embracing and even converting to Christianity.
A British abortion provider is encouraging women to use free morning-after pills if the need arises during the festive season.
Her explosive allegations recently ended Herman Cain's political campaign, but new information has many questioning Ginger White's credibility and her intent.
Zambian President Michael Sata has asked Pentecostal pastors to submit their ideas on issues they would like the government to address.
With religious tensions on the rise in North Africa, Barnabas Aid has urged Christians to pray for peace and religious freedoms following recent elections.
Pro-life conservative hopeful Newt Gingrich has clarified controversial comments made last week to ABC News, regarding his views on abortion.