Several Alabama religious leaders are now among the many opposing a controversial anti-immigration law that is scheduled to take effect on September 1.
A recently released book is revealing that Americans may not be as religious as they claim.
As the Battle for Tripoli rages on, the European Union has decided to unfreeze national assets in order to aid Libyan rebels in overthrowing leader Muammar Gaddafi.
Stocks have begun to rebound with the market opening higher on Monday than it has in over four weeks.
American sprinter Jeremy Dodson was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of identity theft, days before he was scheduled to leave for Daegu, South Korea to represent Team USA in the 2011 IAAF World Championships.
Local Russian officials announced on Friday that a reindeer herder has discovered the remains of a baby woolly mammoth in Russia's Arctic.
Bringing in approximately 10,000 online participants, in addition to the many that attended in-house, Bruce Raley, director of leadership and evangelism at LifeWay says this year's Sunday School Leadership Conference was likely "the largest Sunday School weekend ever in our history."
Hundreds of foreign students have walked out of their jobs at a Hershey's chocolate packing factory in Palmyra, Pa. on Wednesday when what they thought would be a cultural exchange experience allegedly turned out to be a ploy for cheap labor.
Many Christian parents are reporting that the Girl Scout's affiliation with "Planned Parenthood" is not something that they want their children involved with, and have now begun removing their daughters from the organization.
On Friday, a nun who has spent the last 84 years of her life within the confines of a convent in central Spain, north of Madrid, will venture out into the world in order to meet the Pope.
A species of ancient eel has recently been discovered living in a reef off the coast of the Republic of Palau in the Pacific Ocean.
A study has revealed that having high levels of certain pesticides in the blood may increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, especially in overweight people.
Building has commenced to construct a true-to-live Noah's Ark on 800 acres of park in northern Kentucky, reports have said.
A Tampa teenager's plan to bomb his high school on the first day of classes has been thwarted and the youth arrested on Tuesday.
A shark attack in the East African islands of Seychelles on Tuesday has left a honeymooning man dead. The attack is the second to occur in the area in a month.
Iran has seized 6,500 copies of the Bible in northwest Iran in what appears to be the latest crackdown by Iranian authorities against Christianity in the country.
The oldest American survivor of the Bataan Death March, Major Albert Brown, died on Sunday in Nashville, Illinois, at the age of 105. Brown was also considered to be one the oldest American World War II veterans.
Pope Benedict XVI is scheduled to visit Spain on Thursday in order to take part in the World Youth Day festivities in Madrid, but several members of the Catholic Clergy are opposing the visit, stating that accommodating the pope and approximately half a million pilgrims will be far too costly for the already struggling country.
The Rembrandt sketch stolen on Saturday night in a "well-thought-out, well-executed theft" has been found and recovered from an Episcopal church in Encino, Calif.
A study has determined that 19 percent of younger siblings who were diagnosed with autism had an older sibling that was also autistic.
Several residents in the village of Trillingham, in rural Essex, England have petitioned to have the vicar of their local church removed from her position.
Doctors in Canada have developed a grading system for obesity, which will be used to gauge an overweight or obese person's health risk, risk of dying and need for treatment.
A study reveals that how one interprets the bible may be linked, not to their own education, but to the education of their fellow worshippers.
Suffolk County Police have begun an investigation into the death of a fellow NYPD officer whose body was recovered from the Nissequogue River on Saturday.
Comedienne, actress and author Tina Fey has welcomed her second child with husband Jeffrey Richmond.