Just months after revealing she divorced her husband of 14 years and fell in love with retired female soccer star Abby Wambach, popular Christian author Glennon Doyle Melton announced she's now engaged to Wambach and plans to stay with her "forever."
After enduring a withering 48 hours of what he called a witch hunt aimed at destroying his career, controversial conservative journalist and public figure Milo Yiannopoulos announced his resignation from Breitbart News effective immediately Tuesday.
A 16-year-old Nebraska girl who admitted to throwing her newborn daughter to her death from the second floor window of her apartment was saved from a possible life sentence when she was allowed to enter a plea of admission in juvenile court this month.
Less than 24 hours since Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos got disinvited from the Conservative Political Action Conference, rabid fans are vowing to keep supporting him and buying his book canceled by Simon & Schuster over his controversial comments on pedophilia.
Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union which sponsors the Conservative Political Action Conference, revealed Monday that gay Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos has been disinvited as a speaker at the conference due to video that surfaced Sunday purportedly showing him defending pedophilia.
Prominent Christian conservatives, many of whom were "NeverTrumpers," are now voicing outrage over a controversial speaker invite made by the Conservative Political Action Conference to gay Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos as video surfaced over the weekend purportedly showing him defending pedophilia.
A firefighter who was praying for a third child with his wife had his prayers answered when he was allowed to adopt a baby girl he delivered during an emergency call.
Southern Baptist Convention President Steve Gaines revealed this week that he prayed for former President Barack Obama and his family almost every day by name during the course of his eight-year term and he plans on doing the same for recently installed President Donald Trump.
David Platt, president of the Southern Baptist Convention's International Mission Board, apologized Wednesday for the division caused by the organization's decision to join an amicus curiae (friend of the court) brief to support a New Jersey Islamic society's right to build a mosque.
Public Decries Christian Men's Conference for Featuring Speakers Accused of Rape, Sexual Abuse Cover-Up
Ignite, a weekend Christian conference that expects to attract some 10,000 men to Liberty University next month, is now drawing criticism for including on their speakers list accused rapist and NFL quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and Dr. Joe White, president of Kanakuk Kamps who is being sued for covering up sexual abuse of boys.
The governor of Texas and a group of pastors have advised the NFL to stay out of the affairs of Texas in response to a boycott threat.
An unemployed Lakeland, Florida, man is now facing a five year prison sentence and a fine of $250,000 after admitting to authorities that he made some $7 billion in fraudulent online payments because Jesus wants him to be rich.
Days after a federal judge refused to halt work on the final stretch of the Dakota Access pipeline opposed by American Indians for religious and safety reasons, Pope Francis said Wednesday that indigenous people must give prior consent to any economic activity affecting their ancestral lands.
Two weeks after urging Christians not to protest President Donald Trump and to pray for him instead, popular gospel singer Donnie McClurkin says God has revealed to him that he is wrong.
The Rev. Jedidiah Brown, a Chicago pastor and activist who disrupted one of Donald Trump's presidential rallies last March at the University of Illinois, attempted to take his life while listening to gospel music in a Facebook Live broadcast Sunday. He was saved after local police intervened.
In 2009, after years of living a life of isolation and depression, Carol Herbin found her voice and a new life at the United Methodist Church For All People in Columbus, Ohio, but tragically died in a house fire on Saturday.
NC Could Lose More NCAA Events Over Transgender Bathroom Bill; Former Gov. Cries 'Selective Hypocrisy'
North Carolina can expect to lose even more NCAA events in the coming years if the state fails to repeal the controversial House Bill 2 which bans transgender people from using the bathrooms in state-run facilities that matches their gender identity, officials said.
Thousands of people banded together to donate more than $200,000 to help support the three children of a loving mother and father who died five days apart from terminal cancer. And as of Monday afternoon, donations were still pouring in.
Hope Christian Church ASU, a ministry that welcomes hundreds of students, parents and community members to worship services on the Tempe campus of Arizona State University each week is now being investigated for allegations of stalking, hazing, and other misconduct.
Two Christian lawmakers in Florida on different sides of the political divide have joined forces to push for prayer and other religious expression to be given equal weight as secular activities in public schools.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and his wife Tonette are under fire from critics for headlining a Christian cruise to Alaska designed to help leaders improve the quality of their leadership by overcoming "spiritual poverty."
Tony Perkins Hails 'Victory' in $225K Settlement for Fired Pastor; Georgia Says He Wasn't Fired for Faith
Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, hailed a $225,000 settlement for Dr. Eric Walsh, a Christian public health expert and lay preacher who lost a job with Georgia's Department of Public Health in 2014 over his faith, as a "victory" for religious freedom Thursday.
David Michael Akin, a veteran fire captain and pastor of the Texarkana First United Methodist Church, has been arrested on a charge of aggravated sexual assault of a 5-year-old girl after she was diagnosed with gonorrhea.
Dr. Eric Walsh, a Christian public health expert and lay preacher who lost a job with Georgia's Department of Public Health in 2014 because he believes homosexuality is a sin and evolution is a "religion created by Satan," settled a lawsuit Thursday with the state for nearly $250,000.
Sen. Tim Scott, 51, the first black Republican congressman from South Carolina since 1897 and currently the only black Republican in the Senate, revealed Wednesday that he has been attacked with racist messages questioning his blackness for supporting President Donald Trump's embattled pick to lead the Department of Justice, Sen. Jeff Sessions.