House minority Whip Steny Hoyer, a Democrat, is generating criticism after making controversial statements Tuesday regarding yesterday's tragic bombings at the Boston Marathon and the automatic spending cuts which took hold in the federal government in March.
Senator Marco Rubio of Florida appeared on a series of talk shows this Sunday to promote the new immigration reform bill, which took months of crafting among bipartisan politicians and will be presented on Tuesday at the earliest.
In his most recent Sunday sermon, Pope Francis I addressed the topic of the persecuted church, a gesture which suggests that perhaps the new pontiff will focus part of his holy career on helping the millions of persecuted Christians throughout the world.
Tony Perkins, president of Family Research Council, recently spoke on his radio show about President Barack Obama's approval of proposed background checks on commercial gun purchases, saying that he worries background checks could produce a "watch list" that would prevent evangelicals and Catholics from purchasing firearms.
Dave Hunt, a well-known Christian apologist, author, speaker, and radio commentator, passed away April 5 at the age of 87 with his wife, Ruth, by his side.
Members of the Republican National Committee will gather in Los Angeles on Friday for their spring meeting and vote on a resolution to continue their opposition to same-sex marriage.
Researchers have recently revealed their methods for determining that the Gospel of Judas, a fragmented Coptic text traced to Egypt in approximately A.D. 280, is in fact free of forgeries.
Police of Orange County's Sheriff's Department in California are saying that Matthew Warren, son of Pastor Rick Warren, was "probably not" the owner of the gun he used in a tragic suicide.
In a congressional hearing on Tuesday, blind human rights activist Chen Guangcheng requested Congress to convince the Obama administration to release diplomatic records containing the agreements reached between the U.S. and China last May which facilitated his release from the country.
After initially canceling his upcoming speech on leadership, a Michigan high school has reversed its decision and has announced that it will allow former Senator Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) to speak to students on campus on April 24.
"The Bible," the History Channel's highly acclaimed miniseries, has once again broken records through its skyrocketing DVD sales, making it the top-selling DVD miniseries ever in its first week of release.
In a press conference held Tuesday, professional PGA tour golfer Bubba Watson became teary-eyed while discussing the green jacket he received during the 2012 Masters Tournament, one of the four major championships in professional golf due to take place this weekend in Augusta, Ga.
Last Friday, in addition to hosting the Easter Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C., President Barack Obama issued an executive order to extend his faith-based advisory council, the effectiveness of which has been criticized in the past, for another two years.
The immense success of the History Channel's "The Bible" miniseries has caused a major United Kingdom television network to purchase rights to the series so that it may air episode reruns beginning in fall 2013.
Following the recent decisions of two GOP senators to change their position in support of same-sex marriage, former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) said in recent interview that it would be "suicidal" for the Republican Party to change its platform regarding same-sex marriage.