A federal bankruptcy judge approved Borders Group's plan to liquidate late Thursday, which means a going-out-of-business sale will start today at many of the bookstore's 399 locations.
While bookstore lovers may lament the slow death of the brick-and-mortar book dealer, they can still use this opportunity to get some good deals as Borders tries to get rid of its remaining inventory.
More than 5,000 Christians, many evangelical, from across America have gathered in Washington D.C. for a summit designed to show support for the nation of Israel.
A man who was found shot dead Monday in Charleston, S.C. has been identified as the son of the president of the South Carolina Baptist Convention.
The 19-day government shutdown in the state of Minnesota is at an end. Lawmakers approved the last of 12 bills of a budget agreement in a special session this morning to get Minnesota's government up and running after a nearly three-week shutdown.
Former News of the World and Daily Mirror Editor Piers Morgan Tuesday defended his former boss Rupert Murdoch as a man of integrity, and dismissed allegations he too was involved in a phone hacking scandal.
A Presbyterian minister on Long Island is bucking church protocol by saying she will marry same-sex couples.
Muslims in the Middle East should do everything they can to protect the minority Christian population in that area of the world, Beirut’s Health Minister Ali Hasan Khalil has said.
The House of Representatives is set today to vote on a spending plan that would raise the debt ceiling another $2.4 trillion but also require deep and immediate spending cuts.