As former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford and Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch prepare to battle at the polls in a special election for the state's First Congressional District seat next Tuesday, local political scientists say Sanford has been self-sabotaging a race that should have been his for the taking.
A Nigerian human rights lawyer, Emmanuel Ogebe, has accused the U.S. Department of State of enabling Islamist militant group Boko Haram by mischaracterizing their actions in that country which have resulted in the death of more than 1,000 Christians and other civilians since 2012.
In two weeks, May 9, the U.S. Senate will begin its formal revision of the immigration reform proposal recently submitted by a bipartisan group of senators.Tags Immigration
Four years after his exit from the White House in 2009, more Americans now see former President George W. Bush's reign as a success, according to a new CNN/ORC International poll.
Pointing to research showing that the average cost of a seminary education ranges from $35,000 - $50,000, the president of The Urban Ministry Institute (TUMI), Don Davis, said the hefty price tag has become one of the main barriers to training more leaders for ministry.
Slamming New York City's public education system as having the worst record in America in educating black and Hispanic Americans, president of the New York Divinity School, Paul de Vries pitched a Bible-based cure for the crisis to a group of church leaders on Thursday.
In a bid to capitalize on the resources of churches to help close the stark achievement gap in education among urban learners, Calvary Baptist Church in New York City will host a conference focused on renewing the church through literacy and leadership on Thursday.
After sitting in fear of life behind bars for seven days, Elvis Presley impersonator and self-professed liberal Christian Paul Kevin Curtis beamed with relief on Wednesday that federal authorities dismissed charges that he sent deadly ricin to President Barack Obama, a U.S. senator and a judge a week ago.
A Saudi national once linked to the Boston Bombings as a "person of interest" by federal authorities was only placed on the government's "no-fly" list as a precaution after the deadly attacks last Monday, according to a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) official.
After the deaths of more than 1,000 Christians in brutal attacks on villages and churches in Northern Nigeria and that country's Middle Belt since 2012, regional experts will draw attention to the pre-genocide at a Congressional briefing in Washington, D.C., on Thursday.
A middle school in New York has been managing complaints from angry parents after their daughters complained that they were forced to ask each other for kisses and pretend to be lovers during an anti-bullying presentation on homosexuality and gender identity.
A megachurch pastor and the head of the Concerned Women Political Action Committee, Penny Nance, have blasted disgraced Republican ex-governor of South Carolina Mark Sanford as a flawed choice to represent South Carolina's First Congressional District in Congress.
After highlighting that some of his sources are now under threat of 20-year prison terms, conservative political commentator Glenn Beck revealed intelligence on Monday that questions the exoneration of a Saudi national once considered a suspect in the Boston bombings by federal agents.
As critics of President Barack Obama's Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act latched on to a controversial "train wreck" comment made by Democratic Sen. Max Baucus of Montana in his discussion of the 2010 law on Wednesday, the senior lawmaker said he was only referring to the law's implementation.
Despite initially backing President Barack Obama's Patient Protection and Affordable Healthcare Act, also known as Obamacare, which passed in 2010, the United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers has reportedly become the first among unions that supported the law to call for its repeal.