Twelve young patients who suffer from an eye disease causing sight loss will have millions of embryo stem cells injected into their eyes, after an American medical company announced it will begin a stem cell research program in Britain in December.
The 2,000-year-old Dead Sea Scrolls will be on display at New York City's Discovery Times Square exhibition center starting Oct. 28.
A representative with the New York Chief Medical Examiner's office told The Christian Post Tuesday that the much-anticipated toxicology results for Zachery Tims should be available this week.
The controversial Westboro Baptist Church (WBC) has announced plans to return to Ohio State University, the largest American university campus and one of the most gay-friendly, on Oct. 25 for the second time in two years, alleging that "God hates" the college for its inclusiveness.
Popular Irish singer Sinead O'Connor insists that she was only joking when the artist posted a comment on her Twitter account Saturday stating that she would perform a "bloodbath" if Pope Benedict XVI visited Ireland.
The "Catwoman" costume actress Anne Hathaway wears in the new "Batman" movie has been revealed, and has fans speculating on whether "The Dark Knight Rises" has not gone off course.
In a joint effort by Israel's national museum and Google, the 2,000-year-old Dead Sea scrolls, previously only available to a small group of scholars, have been made available online.
A teenage Pakistani Christian girl has been accused of blasphemy after she accidentally misspelled a word in a poem about the Muslim prophet Muhammad during an examination.
A charity-based online marketer has been facing increased attacks over its alleged "anti-gay" stance, with critics pressuring its partners, the list of which includes Apple, Microsoft, Netflix, and Wal-Mart, to cease doing business with the group. Focus on the Family, which uses the charity service, insists the pro-gay campaign is based on misinformation spread by those who oppose a traditional view of marriage.
A suicide bomber blew himself up Sunday at a church connected to Rick Warren's Saddleback Church in southern California, injuring at least 27 people leaving a worship service at Bethel Full Gospel Church.
Women of Saudi Arabia will be able to vote in local elections starting 2015, the country’s ruler, King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Saud announced Sunday. The change of law will be enacted after municipal polls on Thursday.
The falling satellite plummeting toward Earth is expected to re-enter the atmosphere between 11 p.m. Friday and 3 a.m. Saturday ET, NASA has reported Friday evening.
If a piece of satellite falls on your land, or crashes into your house, you can sue the U.S. government, but you cannot keep the debris or sell it, according to the law.
A report by the National Research Council (NRC) released at the beginning of September warns that space junk is a growing threat.
Only people living near the North or the South Pole are safe from being hit by falling satellite that is expected to hit Earth sometime late Friday or early Saturday, according to NASA’s latest estimates on the crash site.
Three Iraqi Christians are still missing after being brutally kidnapped near Kirkurk Wednesday.
The out-of-control NASA satellite could hit pretty much anywhere on the globe, the space agency warned Thursday morning, and it “might” hit North America, CNN reported.
After a “partial-birth abortion” ban passed in the Michigan legislature Wednesday, local Tea Party leader Sharon Snyder shared her feelings about the procedure in question with The Christian Post.
Approximately half of Tea Party members do not believe in evolution and climate change, according to the newest poll by the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI). That could be an issue in the 2012 elections, researchers say.
A nearly 90-year-old priest has been removed from active duty Wednesday over comments he made denouncing homosexuality, cohabitation, and abortion in his August sermons.
Two Muslim women have become the first French citizens to be fined for wearing full Islamic face coverings in public since the practice was outlawed.
A bill banning the controversial late-term abortion procedure, also known as the “partial-birth abortion,” passed the Michigan state legislature Wednesday.
The brother of Pope Benedict XVI gave a rare interview to a German newspaper, Die Welt Am Sonntag, Wednesday.
The Southern Baptist Convention’s (SBC) decision to consider a name change will not reach any kind of conclusion until summer 2012, an SBC official told The Christian Post Wednesday afternoon.
After a four-year legal battle, a London-based evangelical pastor accused of abducting children from a Kenyan hospital is set to be extradited, the U.K. home office said Wednesday.