A bumper crowd showed up to have fun at the Schlitterbahn Kansas City water park Wednesday with mixed reactions to the ghastly death suffered by 10-year-old Caleb Schwab on the Verrückt slide just three days earlier.
Verruckt Water Slide Where Caleb Schwab Died Remains Closed as Inspection Report Shows Little Gov't Oversight
The 17-story Verrückt water slide at the Schlitterbahn Kansas City park where Caleb Schwab, the 10-year-old son of Christian Republican Kansas state Rep. Scott Schwab died Sunday, will remain shuttered for the rest of the season.
Caleb Schwab Wanted to Ride Schlitterbahn Slide With Brother, but They Didn't Meet Minimum Weight, Report Says
When Nate Schwab climbed up the now infamous Verrückt water slide at the Schlitterbahn water park with his younger brother, Caleb, in Kansas City on Sunday, he planned to enjoy the thrill ride with his sibling but ended up watching Caleb die instead.
Caleb Schwab, 10, Attended Church With Family Hours Before Death on Verrückt at Schlitterbahn Water Park
The Christian family of Republican Kansas state Rep. Scott Schwab attended a worship service just hours before the lawmaker's son, Caleb, was decapitated on the Verrückt slide at the Schlitterbahn water park in Kansas on Sunday.
Caleb Schwab, the 10-year-old son of Christian Republican Kansas state Rep. Scott Schwab, who died at the Schlitterbahn water park in Kansas City on Sunday while riding the Verrückt, known as the world's tallest water slide, was decapitated during the ride, local police and eyewitnesses confirmed Monday.
International Christian humanitarian organization World Vision said Monday that allegations from Israel's Shin Bet internal security agency that the organization's Gaza Strip director, Mohammed El Halabi, siphoned about $7.2 million a year to the Islamic militant group Hamas over a period of five years does not add up.
A fun-filled outing ended in horror for the Christian family of Republican Kansas state Rep. Scott Schwab when his son, Caleb, died on a water slide said to be the world's tallest on Sunday.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said America is now at a "moment of reckoning" as it faces the rise of the politics of division fueled by her Republican rival Donald Trump and urged voters to reject it as she officially accepted her party's historic nomination on Thursday.
A beloved Louisiana priest left his parishioners in shock Wednesday after he was arrested by state police for allegedly possessing more than 500 images of child pornography.
In a short but moving appearance at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night, Felicia Sanders and Polly Sheppard, two of the three survivors of the "Mother Emanuel" church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina, where nine people were killed during a Bible study last June, endorsed Hillary Clinton for president citing Scripture.
Democratic vice-presidential nominee, Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia said Hillary Clinton, his party's presidential nominee is ready for the top job in the White House because of her faith, heart and experience but trashed her Republican rival Donald Trump as a dangerous conman who should not be trusted.
R&B singer Marques Houston who found stardom as a child with the singing group Immature and then as an actor in the television comedy, "Sister, Sister," is now an evangelizing Jehovah's Witness and is telling the whole world about it.
Former President Bill Clinton painted his wife, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, as the "best darn change-maker I have ever known" and the only "real" choice for president Tuesday night at the Democratic National Convention.
A Christian family was thrown into mourning at a Dallas church Sunday after they discovered their 2-year-old son was accidentally locked inside the family's car where he subsequently died.
E. Dewey Smith Jr., senior pastor of The House of Hope Atlanta (Greater Travelers Rest) church in Decatur, Georgia, delivered a wincing takedown of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Monday for calling Black Lives Matter racist.
Speaking to a crowd of fellow Democrats energized by her presence on the first night of the Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Obama said she believes this election is "about who will have the power to shape our children for the next four or eight years of their lives."
Antioch Road to Glory International Ministries, a black church in the swing state of North Carolina, hosted a rally Sunday in support of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump who the latest CNN/ORC poll shows has overtaken his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump, the newly-minted 70-year-old Republican presidential nominee whose controversial relationship with God has often been the stuff of headlines, recommitted his life to the Lord about 10 years ago, according to Gainesville, Georgia Pastor Jentezen Franklin.
Some 19 days after his firing from NewSpring Church in South Carolina for alcohol addiction and other "unfortunate choices and decisions," Pastor Perry Noble checked into a treatment center to begin his journey to recovery last Wednesday.
Brock Mealer, an Ohio man who learned to walk again after doctors told him he only had a one percent chance of getting back on his feet after he was paralyzed in a car crash in 2007, walked out on stage at the Republican National Convention Thursday declaring how Jesus made his comeback a reality.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton announced Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia as her vice-presidential pick Friday. Kaine was selected among a binder full of men her campaign chairman, John Podesta, kept for her. Here are five things you should know about him.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump reiterated a pledge to repeal a controversial piece of legislation commonly known as the Johnson Amendment that penalizes charitable organizations including churches, for endorsing political candidates as he officially accepted his party's nomination Thursday night.
Cleveland pastor Darrell Scott of the New Spirit Revival Center rallied delegates on the third day of the Republican National Convention in his hometown Wednesday by painting Donald Trump, the party's newly minted presidential nominee, as an experienced Bible-believing dealmaker.
Despite his quiet demeanor, Mike Pence quickly delivered some stealthy blows to the campaign of presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, and said he had every intention to win the White House with Donald Trump in November.
Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who was forced out of the presidential race by eventual Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, did not endorse his party's new standard bearer at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, Wednesday night, but told voters "don't stay home this November."