President Barack Obama has sent a letter of apology to Afghan President Hamid Karzai regarding the burning of Qurans at a coalition base in the country's Parwan province after the incident sparked deadly rioting throughout the country.
Seven Marines were killed after two helicopters collided in Arizona Wednesday evening, Pentagon officials have revealed.
An employee at a Walmart distribution center fatally shot himself and wounded his female manager on Wednesday.
The outburst of deadly protests over the improper handling of a Quran and Islamic materials in Afghanistan this week is a sign of failure on behalf of the United States in its 11-year effort to build peace and democracy in the South Asian country, according to one expert.
An Ohio pastor, inspired by Jesus' "outdoors" ministry, has decided that her church will be giving worshipers the opportunity to participate in a drive-thru service on Ash Wednesday.
Christians around the world are celebrating Ash Wednesday, a day that ushers in the 40-day season of Lent, and many social media users have taken to the Internet to share their insights and hopes for the upcoming season.
A small 4.0-magnitude earthquake rocked Missouri and several other Midwestern states Tuesday morning.
Yelp, Inc. is hoping to raise as much as $100 million in its first initial public offering slated to take place later this year.
Actor Kyle Chandler has been cast in director Kathryn Bigelow's new movie based around the hunt and eventual killing of al-Qaida founder and 9/11 orchestrator Osama bin Laden.
New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin, who stands 6-foot, 3-inches tall, has basketball fans around the world enamored by his incredible move from the bench to the center of the NBA stage in less than two weeks.
Christian organizations around the world are set to join thousands of people this coming spring for a poverty awareness and fundraising initiative that hopes to impact the lives of more than a billion people globally.
Peace in conflict-ridden Burma is attainable within months, according to the country's top peace negotiator. However, experts warn that despite reforms, Burma remains a country embroiled in decades' worth of conflict that continues to be home to countless human rights violations against its population.
Does Tim Tebow have a valentine? He may not, but the Denver Broncos quarterback has joined the long list of adored and admired celebrities invited to military balls.
Late al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden wanted his children to have a Western education and live peacefully, rather than wage jihad, according to a new claim by the brother-in-law of the Saudi-born founder of the terrorist network.
Autopsy details surrounding the death of one of pop music's biggest superstars remain undisclosed as officials announce the release of Whitney Houston's body to family members.
Apple stores were hit with protests this week with consumers calling for the technology giant to ensure that the company's coveted products are manufactured ethically.
Syrian First Lady Asma al-Assad has broken her 11 months of silence drafting a letter of support for her husband's regime, which is reportedly responsible for the deaths of over 5,000 Syrians, including children.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has renewed an invitation to Pope Benedict XVI to visit his country, the Iranian ambassador to the Holy See announced Wednesday. The invitation comes amid international calls for Tehran to release Youcef Nadarkhani, an evangelical Christian imprisoned for apostasy.
As violence rages in Syria, civilians across the country are pleading with the global community to step in and help put a stop to the Assad regime's attacks – contradicting the actions of a Christian community that continues to support the leadership in an effort to avoid persecution faced by Christians in other post-Arab Spring countries.
A group of models have banned together to launch a rights campaign on Monday calling for worker protections for models in the fashion industry ahead of New York Fashion Week.
Major League Baseball star Josh Hamilton faced a very public relapse with alcohol last week and was spotted visiting with league doctors in New York City on Monday.
Pete Hoekstra, U.S. senate candidate for the state of Michigan, has come under fire over a controversial ad that aired during Sunday's Super Bowl game that many are calling racially insensitive.
Christian ministry leader "Mama Maggie" Gobran has been nominated for the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize by several members of the United States Congress for her selfless work offering aid and assistance to the impoverished people of Cairo's garbage slums.
Is Tim Tebow hoping that the New England Patriots are successful against the New York Giants during this coming Sunday's Super Bowl game?
Iraqi Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi warned earlier this week that his country is on the brink of plunging back into a volatile cycle of sectarian violence that could greatly harm the country's diverse population, including the Christian community.