Gina E. Ryder
Apple Inc is likely to unveil its new iPhone5 today and industry experts are wondering how new Apple CEO Tim Cook will meet the challenge of the having the iPhone maintain its distinctiveness and desirability, without the celebrity status of former Apple leader Steve Jobs.Tags Technology
The 58th annual Red Mass in Washington D.C. Sunday was attended by half the Supreme Court justices, who prayed for clarity in the new term where they are set to cover a slew of hot button issues.
What if the law held a bully responsible for a teen’s suicide? Christian author, L.T. Kodzo, explores this question – tackling the growing epidemic of teen bullying in her new book Locker 572.Tags Youth
Singer-songwriter Tori Amos answered many controversial questions including her opinion on gay marriage and Christianity in an interview with Behind the Lines last month.
Over nine million women have struggled with an eating disorder a recent survey reported. The heightened prevalence of poor body image in women has created a growing concern among self-esteem experts, church leaders, and health non-profits nationwide.
Two Idaho homeless shelter residents failed in their attempt to sue a Christian mission shelter for allegedly forcing them to participate in religious activities.
Two homeless shelter residents sued the Boise Rescue Mission for insisting they take part in religious services under the claim of alleged religious discrimination. However, the San Francisco U.S. Court of Appeals sided with the Christian housing ministry in court by rejecting the case.
The Supreme Court will be deciding the labor rights for thousands of employees in religious organizations Wednesday Oct. 5. Experts have started speculating the high stakes of this case, which has been hailed as one of the most important religion cases in decades.
The Texas teacher responsible for the controversial suspension of the Christian high school student that spoke out in class about his belief that homosexuality was wrong returned to work today after being on administrative leave since Sept. 23.
Should religious institutions have to follow anti-discrimination laws? That’s the question the Supreme Court will address on October 5, when one of the most important religion cases in decades will be presented.
Listeria is at it again. This time in Alaska where officials said bags of chopped romaine lettuce were being recalled over concerns of possible listeria contamination. Meanwhile, a California farm said Thursday it was voluntarily recalling bags of chopped romaine lettuce due to possible contamination.
The new film “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” released its trailer Thursday. The movie depicts the heart-breaking story of a boy who lost his father in the 9/11 terror attacks.
Northeastern states have the lowest divorce rate in America, while the South ranked highest, said a recent U.S. census report. The study had raised questions regarding the connection between divorce rates and religion.Tags Culture
According to a new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, teens that get less than eight hours of sleep on school nights are more likely to smoke, drink and fight and engage in other risky behavior.Tags Youth
Michele Bachmann spoke at Liberty University Wednesday, conveying a personal, passionate and faith-based message in an attempt to reach out to the Christian conservative potential voter pool for the Iowa caucuses, which could be key to her presidential campaign.Tags Politics