A bomb exploded in a military area in northern Nigeria Sunday night, killing 15 people just hours after Christian President Goodluck Jonathan was inaugurated.
A Joplin, Mo., official said the number of people missing since last week's powerful tornado is down to 40. An EF-5 tornado, the strongest tornado category, struck the southwestern Missouri town of Joplin on May 22
Sarah Palin “of course” could beat incumbent Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential race, said Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) about his 2008 running mate.
The U.S. mission that killed Osama bin Laden could be considered an “act of war,” said former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf, during an interview aired Thursday night.Tags Osama bin Laden
Volcanic ash from the eruption of Gimsvotn in Iceland may force the cancellation of hundreds of flights on Tuesday.Tags Harold Camping
Christians in Syria are reportedly supporting embattled Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who was slapped with sanctions by the U.S. government on Wednesday. Syrian Christians fear that a political change will result in them losing their religious freedom
A former New York City pastor was sworn in as Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom on Monday. Dr. Suzan Johnson Cook has finally filled the nation’s top religious freedom post that has been empty since the start of the Obama administration.Tags Barack Obama
Stephen Hawking, the famed British cosmologist and bestselling author, asserted that there is no heaven and dismissed the idea of an afterlife in a recent interview.5 comments
Delaware Governor Jack Markell signed into law Wednesday the bill legalizing same-sex civil unions.1 comments
House Speaker John Boehner responded Thursday to the criticisms of a group of Roman Catholic academics, rejecting their claim that his budget cut decisions are hurting the poor.
Two Algerian Christians may face up to five years in prison for proselytizing, a religious freedom group reported on Monday.
The White House responded Monday to Franklin Graham’s adverse remarks about President Obama, calling the birther charges “preposterous.”
Americans are becoming both more secular and more religious at the same time because the “mushy middle” is disappearing and the country is becoming more polarized, said Pastor Tim Keller on Sunday.Tags Culture
Christopher Hitchens disclosed to his atheist comrades on Friday that he has now lost his voice to esophageal cancer but his atheistic beliefs remain stronger than ever.
Franklin Graham said Sunday that the nation is in “big trouble” under the leadership of President Obama and that he is having an increasingly positive view of billionaire Donald Trump running for president as he hears more from him.