After several days of encouraging reports on his recovery from emergency heart surgery last Monday, HeartCry Missionary Society founder Paul Washer has developed a "severe skin reaction" to medication, delaying his hospital release.
Eight months after similar charges against them were dropped in Texas, pro-life activists David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt of the Center for Medical Progress were charged in California Tuesday with 15 felony counts of invasion of privacy for recording undercover videos targeting abortion giant Planned Parenthood.
The Oak Glen Christian Conference Center in Yucaipa, California, was open and "busy" Tuesday despite 47 visitors from several churches becoming ill from food poisoning at the camp on Saturday.
Sean Price, a serial rapist and career criminal who was convicted of the murder of a 17-year-old schoolgirl in Australia in 2015, reportedly raped another woman inside a Christian bookstore shortly after the murder and asked her, "Where's Jesus right now," as he violently choked her during the act.
California Gov. Jerry Brown appealed to the touted Christian values of President Donald Trump and his evangelical supporters Sunday when he called undocumented immigrants "children of God" and suggested the construction of an estimated $20 billion wall along America's Southern border is not Christian.
Months after he claimed thieves broke into his home and stole $11,000 worth of valuables, Pastor Justin White, an elder at First Christian Church in Columbus, Indiana, was arrested Friday on charges including fraud.
HeartCry Missionary Society founder Paul Washer remained hospitalized Monday after a massive heart attack forced him into emergency surgery to save his life a week ago. His team which had hoped he would be able to return home last weekend, now says he could be released on Tuesday.
A year after North Carolina's controversial HB 2 "bathroom bill" was signed into law requiring transgender people to use restrooms corresponding to the sex on their birth certificates in public buildings, a new analysis by the Associated Press says the bill will cost the state $3.76 billion over 12 years.
While midlife mortality rates have been falling among all education classes in most developed countries, husband and wife researchers from Princeton University said in a new study released Thursday that "deaths of despair" — death by drugs, alcohol and suicide — have been surging among middle-aged white Americans who have a high school diploma or less.
A 16-year-old boy charged with aggravated attempted murder for shooting a 14-year-old girl in the back of the head then leaving her in a canal in Smithfield, Utah, told police he tried to kill her because she was sending him too many messages on Snapchat.
The Department of Justice renewed its call to enforce immigration laws Thursday as newly released data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics show half of all federal arrests in 2014 was for an immigration-related offense.
Christian University Illegally Discriminated Against Unmarried Pregnant Instructor, Federal Court Rules
A former assistant professor at Northwest Christian University in Oregon, who sued the school for $650,000 arguing that she was fired for getting pregnant out of wedlock, will get her day in court after a federal judge ruled last Thursday that the university engaged in illegal discrimination based on marital status.
Dr. Lance Wallnau, a Christian thought leader who predicted Donald Trump would become president, claims an "anointed" cake baked by former "hookers" freed a gay bartender from homosexuality after he ate it.
A South Carolina deacon, his wife and two of their young children died in a tragic fire that ripped through their family home Tuesday morning.
After suffering a massive heart attack and forced to undergo emergency surgery on Monday night, founder, director and missions coordinator of HeartCry Missionary Society, Paul Washer, is expected to be released from the hospital by the weekend.
A week after disgruntled Princeton Theological Seminary alumni complained that Tim Keller, founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, should not receive the school's Kuyper Prize because of his church's position on the ordination of women and LGBT individuals, the seminary decided Wednesday not to give the award this year.
In his first interview since taking office, former ExxonMobil CEO turned Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, revealed that he didn't want the job which President Donald Trump offered him at the end of their very first meeting.
Two months after the death of controversial megachurch Pastor Eddie Long, some high-profile members of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, which he was a member of, are criticizing the organization for recognizing him with its highest honor despite his scandal-scarred life.
Retired NBA star Shaquille O'Neal joined a growing chorus of athletes who reject the idea of a round earth last Thursday when he declared in an interview that "the Earth is flat. Yes, it is."
Supporters of Paul Washer, 55, founder, director and missions coordinator of HeartCry Missionary Society, are now asking for prayers after he suffered a heart attack Monday night and was forced to undergo emergency surgery.
An entrepreneurial Christian movement described as "Independent Network Charismatic" or INC is now the fastest growing Christian group in America, two researchers say, and it is attracting the young and wielding powerful influence on both the religious and political fronts.
'I Kissed a Girl' Singer Katy Perry Says She Spent Childhood Trying to 'Pray the Gay Away at Jesus Camps'
Preacher's kid and "I Kissed a Girl" singer Katy Perry revealed on Saturday that she did a lot more than kiss a girl growing up as a conservative Christian and spent her time trying to "pray the gay away at Jesus Camps."
Michael Rezk, an Egyptian and Coptic Christian who became a U.S. citizen in 2015, is suing the Florida Department of Transportation for religious and national origin discrimination after the agency fired him and reported him as a Muslim terrorist to the FBI, causing his arrest.
The Russian Justice Ministry filed a formal petition Wednesday with the nation's Supreme Court seeking to ban Jehovah's Witnesses as an extremist group.
Two months after denying allegations that he bribed a government official to get state grants, Oren Paris III, president of Ecclesia College, a small Christian school in Springdale, Arkansas, has been indicted along with two others on 10 counts each of mail and wire fraud.