A Los Angeles company is recalling more than 375,000 pounds of ground beef products that were shipped to restaurants in California and Nevada because of potential E. coli contamination.
Hurricane Jova is mighty storm threatening to deliver a powerful blow to the southwest coast of Mexico.
Parents are outraged by a new California law that allows minors as young as 12 to consent, without guardian permission, to medical care including the highly political HPV vaccine.
Christian young adults are leaving church at an alarming rate. In a study of people ages 18 to 25, researchers found a large increase in personal disbeliefs about faith and a noteworthy decrease in overall church participation.
Violent clashes at the weekend saw at least 26 killed and more than 200 wounded in Egypt. It is believed that the majority of those killed were Coptic Christians.
A recent Gallup poll released last Thursday revealed a surge in the percentage of young adults who said the government should promote traditional values.
A Wisconsin Presbyterian Church ordained its first openly gay minister this weekend, despite aggressive protests made by Westboro Baptist Church members.
A total of 21 people in the United States have now died from the nationwide outbreak of listeria in cantaloupes from a Colorado farm.
A Hong Kong design student has gained major acclaim for his somber tribute to Apple founder Steve Jobs that featured Jobs' silhouette incorporated into the bite of a white Apple logo on a black background.
A Georgia gun activist group is trying to overturn a state law that prohibits people from bringing guns into religious establishments.
For the first time since last month’s church shooting in Lakeland, Fla., Pastor William Boss, who was shot in the head while kneeling in prayer, has spoken out – declaring his survival was based solely on God’s hand.
Popular Christian leader Jim Wallis has joined the “Occupy Wall Street” movement Friday. Wallis, the CEO and President of Sojourners, a progressive Christian commentary, offered the perspective that “Occupy Wall Street” protestors are standing with Jesus.
Prison documents released Wednesday reveal that Troy Davis was kneeling in his prison cell praying – just 15 minutes before his scheduled execution Sept. 21, for the murder of an off-duty Savannah, Ga., officer.
Sarah Palin announced she would not run for president in 2012 – a decision she described as “prayerful.”
New scientific research suggests that even in modern societies, humans are still changing and evolving in response to the environment.
A pregnant Iowa woman suffered a miscarriage after contracting listeriosis, a serious infection linked to contaminated cantaloupes, said Iowa health officials Wednesday.
The Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday in religious freedom case Hosanna-Tabor v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, involving the firing of a schoolteacher from a church-based school. This legal battle will determine important church and state separation issues.
The Washington National Cathedral will reopen on Nov. 12, officials announced Tuesday. Restoration costs for the earthquake-damaged landmark have exceeded tens of millions of dollars, according to authorities.
The Protest Chaplains, a Boston-based Christian protest group, joined New York’s “Occupy Wall Street” movement last month. One of the few religious groups present, they witnessed an outpouring of support and a ripple affect of astonishing acts resulted from their presence at the "Occupy" protests.
Jurors set Amanda Knox free Monday – overturning the murder conviction against the American student. Very shortly thereafter, Knox was offered a lucrative book deal that has the public speculating whether it would be right or proper for her to tell her story.
Are the “Occupy Wall Street” protests a sign of a new political movement emerging in America? That’s the question political analyst and social scientists are asking Tuesday, as Occupy Wall Street entered its third week. Protests have spread from New York City to other cities across the U.S.
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.
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.
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.