The father of Patrick Zamarippa, one of five police officers fatally shot by 25-year-old Micah Xavier Johnson during a Black Lives Matter protest in Dallas, Texas, in July, filed a lawsuit Monday seeking damages of up to $550 million from the international activist group alleging that it incited a "war on police" that caused his son's death.
An attorney for President-elect Donald Trump told a judge in San Diego, California, that the New York City billionaire wants to delay a federal fraud trial over his now defunct Trump University set to begin on Nov. 28, until after his inauguration in January.
After publicly denouncing his presidential campaign in the bruising primary season, 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and the Bush family have congratulated President-elect Donald Trump for his unexpected win in the general election Tuesday, even promising to pray for him.
Popular televangelist and senior pastor of New Destiny Christian Center in Florida, Paula White, says she fasted and prayed for three days with thousands of Christians about the outcome of the recently concluded presidential election and believes God's hand was in President-elect Donald Trump's win on Tuesday.
The results of the 2016 U.S. presidential elections streaming in on jumbo screens in the middle of Times Square hit the balloon of expectant victory among Hillary Clinton supporters like prickly pins until it was completely deflated on Tuesday night.
While he didn't explicitly say he voted for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, Senior Pastor of New Life United Pentecostal Church in Austin, Texas, Rodney Shaw, revealed to his congregation Sunday that he voted early with a heavy heart and "rolled the dice for the Supreme Court."
Thousands of Christian voters are expected to unite in hundreds of churches across the country to declare their allegiance to Jesus in Holy Communion services Tuesday as the bitter and blistering 2016 presidential campaign season comes to an end.
Al Hayat Media Center, the news media arm for ISIS, has demanded in a seven-page document that American Muslims refrain from participating in the upcoming general elections and threatened those who plan to vote with "slaughter."
Four years ago as he sat in solitary confinement in an Iranian prison guilty of evangelizing, Pastor Saeed Abedini, who was freed earlier this year, said God showed him a vision that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump would become president.
Despite its enviable record as the most printed and sold book in the world over the last five decades, less than half of practicing Christians in the U.S. spend serious time engaging with their Bible, according to the American Bible Society, and the rest of the country is even worse.
Mel Gibson's latest directorial feat "Hacksaw Ridge" is a masterful depiction of an inspiring but violent collision between war and faith.
Calling a vote for Hillary Clinton a "big mistake," Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump urged Democrats who voted early for his rival to take it back and vote for him as searches for "how do I change my vote?" surged 600 percent in the last week, according to Google Trends.
Popular gospel icon Kirk Franklin threw his clout behind the movement for racial justice at the recently held 47th annual GMA Dove Awards show in Nashville, Tennessee, when he urged Christian artists in an impassioned plea to help him promote racial healing.
Pastor A.R. Bernard, founder of New York City's largest evangelical congregation, the Christian Cultural Center, says teaching the poor about God's prosperity and abundance "makes a lot of sense."
Renowned international evangelist Luis Palau served up jokes ribbing gospel singer Kirk Franklin for his high energy performances and the contemporary fashion choices of young preachers in a lighthearted moment during the closing ceremony of the Movement Day Global Cities Christian conference in New York City on Thursday.
Timothy Keller, senior pastor at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, warned Christians Thursday against allowing politics to divide the Church and said before anything else, "you're Christian first."
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio acknowledged the positive impact of the Movement Day Global Cities Christian initiative on the city and the world Thursday when he issued a proclamation officially declaring Oct. 27, 2016 "Movement Day."
A Chinese pastor who suffered persecution for spreading Christianity in the officially atheist country, sent the faith of a global gathering of Christians soaring Wednesday when he testified how his entire atheist family turned to God after he was healed of an illness that had left him crippled in his youth through prayers to Jesus.
When 25-year-old Micah Xavier Johnson fatally shot five police officers and injured seven others in Dallas, Texas, in July, the city's Mayor Mike Rawlings knew he would need the church to keep the city from exploding.
Thousands of Christians from cities representing more than 90 countries around the world gathered in New York City Tuesday for the opening of the Movement Day Global Cities conference where they tackled issues under the banner of disrupting cities with the Gospel globally.
Bishop Claude Alexander, senior pastor of The Park Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, called racism a sin problem that the Church is equipped to address and must confront in order for the Gospel to move forward.
When the people of Israel journeyed out of slavery from Egypt through the wilderness toward the land God had promised them as recorded in the Bible, it was a time of sorrow and a time of joy.
Thousands of Christians gathered across two campuses of the 8,000-member Christ Church, headquartered in Rockaway, New Jersey, as well as online Friday for a full day of prayer and fasting for personal renewal and their community.
UNESCO Ignorant for Denying Temple Mount Holy to Jewish People 1 Week Before Sukkot: Israeli Ambassador
Consul General of Israel in New York, Ambassador Dani Dayan, ripped the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization on Thursday as a bunch of "ignorant, evil" people for approving a resolution he says denies Jewish ties to the Temple Mount and the Western Wall.
Among the top four issues for voters going into the general election on Nov. 8, health care trails only the economy, terrorism and foreign policy according to the Pew Research Center and presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are sharply divided on the issue.