Christians in Nigeria are confronting threats of a Christmas Day attack on churches throughout the country by terror sect Boko Haram, and one prominent pastor seeking to calm believers' fears.
Two Muslim men who were allegedly removed from an airplane in May after the pilot refused to takeoff with them on board are suing the company, Delta Air Lines Inc., for losses and punitive damages, according to court documents.
Photos of Jubilee Shalom Duggar, who was miscarried earlier this month, have been stirring controversy after the photos were taken from a private memorial service and published on the Internet.
A prominent supporter and fundraiser for Texas representative and GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul reportedly wrote a post on his Facebook wall calling for the assassination of President Barack Obama and his "monkey children."
Christian persecution is unlikely to be curbed in North Korea following the death of Kim Jong-il, according to several advocacy organizations close to the situation, yet there remains hope that the period of transition could help prepare the communist country for a revival, both politically and spiritually.
About 10 percent of abortions occur after 13 weeks of pregnancy, according to a new Guttmacher Institute study, while two thirds of Americans are in favor of first trimester abortions.
More than $3,000 worth of donated gifts set to be given to the needy was stolen from a New Jersey church this weekend, and the congregation has vowed to replace the stolen funds.
Islamist terror sect Boko Haram killed two people, including the head teacher of a Christian primary school, in Nigeria in an attack Wednesday, according to reports from the region.
Christmas gifts are floating from military aircrafts to Micronesian communities in need this week as part of the longest U.S. humanitarian mission in the history of the Department of Defense.
Mitt Romney admitted he “changed his mind” on abortion in a televised GOP debate last night, adding that former Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush had made similar conversions. How did the former Massachusetts governor fare during the debate?
A $1 trillion spending bill released by Republicans in the House of Representatives will renew several controversial funding measures, including funding for Planned Parenthood. What are the other programs affected by the bill?
A Philadelphia doctor previously charged with committing at least seven post-birth abortions at what federal authorities describe as a “baby charnel house” has now also been accused of writing thousands of illegal prescriptions for painkillers and other drugs.
A Christian pastor in Zimbabwe died from malnourishment caused by excessive fasting she had been employing to become closer to God, according to church members.
A bill passed in the Nigerian Senate last month that criminalizes same-sex unions and certain related activities would also apply to tourists, including those from the U.S., according to a government spokesman.
A decision that requires students in a California school district to recite the Pledge of Allegiance in both English and Spanish is not sitting well with some teachers and local parents.
North Korea has threatened “unexpected consequences” for South Korea if it does not stop plans for the construction of giant lighted Christmas trees near the two countries' contentious border.
One person was killed and dozens injured in central Nigeria over the weekend after Islamist terror sect Boko Haram detonated bombs at three bars where residents were gathered watching soccer matches on television.
Christian charitable organizations rank highest in terms of using donor money towards charitable projects and services according to a recent Forbes study.
Communities across the U.S. are striking back against a so-called “War on Christmas” – efforts by local governments and advocacy groups to remove the term “Christmas” on all holiday-related items in the public square.
Nigerian officials were misled or severely misinformed about the source of deadly explosions early this week in the central region of the country, according to a report from the Red Cross issued Thursday.
More than a third of major U.S. businesses offer healthcare plans that pay for the gender reassignment surgery of transgendered individuals.
Victory by Morocco’s Islamist party in the country’s recent election may elevate the threat to U.S. and Western security and assets in the region, according to sources.
U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius ignored recommendations from the FDA on Wednesday and banned girls under the age of 17 from purchasing Plan B One-Step, otherwise known as the "morning after pill," in pharmacies without a prescription.
Escalating religious violence between Islamic terror sect Boko Haram and mostly Christian rural communities in Nigeria has been increasing this week, raising questions about when and if the international and Christian communities should intervene.
An interfaith conference on tattooing was held at a Vatican university on Tuesday, calling into question again the religiousness of tattoos.