A court in an underdeveloped southwestern province of Iran has sentenced four men to death by hanging for committing "sodomy," according to a recent report by the Human Rights Activist News Agency (HRANA).
An Oregon pastor is reportedly suing a mother and daughter over a blog that features reviews describing the church he leads as "cult-like."
Bishop T.D. Jakes has started a new campaign offering free prescription drug discounts that will purportedly give patients up to 75 percent off medications at thousands of pharmacies across the country.
A nine-year-old Ohio boy who was removed from his mother's home after his weight skyrocketed to over 200 pounds has been allowed to return home.2 comments
A new $50 million dollar initiative designed to help people and communities across the U.S. experience a day free of poverty is being launched this weekend by faith-based organization Convoy of Hope.
The oldest version of the Mayan calendar reportedly has been discovered deep in the rainforest of Guatemala and it extends well beyond Dec. 21, 2012, a day some observers believe the world would come to an end.
Breakout NBA star Jeremy Lin has admitted that he was not ready for the fame and glory that would come following his rise from the bench to pivotal player on the New York Knicks teams.
Christian organizations and Good Samaritans around the world are joining together this week as part of an awareness and fundraising campaign that hopes to impact the lives of over a billion people globally.
The federal government will earn future profits off of an upcoming film about the early life of Jesus' mother Mary, backed by popular Lakewood Church pastor Joel Osteen.
World-renowned hairstylist Vidal Sassoon died at his Los Angeles home at the age of 84 on Wednesday morning.
In the latest violence in Mexico's deadly drug war, decapitated body parts of 18 people have been discovered near Mexico's second largest city of Gudalajara on Wednesday.
The Washington National Cathedral will be dedicating a new statue to late civil and human rights icon Rosa Parks.Tags Human Rights
A cancer-stricken Hugo Chavez is becoming "more Christian" as he battles a reoccurring form of the disease that could significantly stifle his chances for re-election in October.
Olympic organizers are looking into a claim by a British newspaper that a worker was able to sneak a fake bomb past two checkpoints into London's Olympic Park last Friday.Tags Sports
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton revealed on Monday that she would not be running in the 2016 presidential race, saying that although she hopes to see a female president lead the U.S. within her lifetime, she no longer wishes to assume that role.