A documentary about Denver Broncos quarterback and Christian poster-boy Tim Tebow was released Tuesday.
Urban Meyer may replace Joe Paterno as Penn State’s head coach, according to swirling rumors from sources close to the situation.
Christians are more likely to believe America is the best country in the world, according to a Pew Research Center Poll.
Christians under attack by a terrorist group in Nigeria are fleeing the area after promises of continued violence. President Goodluck Jonathan has asked the Christian community to pray for peace.
Hindu organizations plan to protest a Christian festival led by evangelist Franklin Graham scheduled to begin Thursday in Hyderabad, India, citing unlawful religious instruction.
Crowds outside the Los Angeles courthouse where Conrad Murray stood trial for the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson cheered when the guilty verdict was read out today.
Two Arkansas lawmakers who also run state-funded preschools say they teach religion in those schools, but that they are not violating any laws by doing so.
Attacks by Islamic extremists in northeast Nigeria left over 100 dead this weekend and at least six churches destroyed.
The United States Embassy warned its citizens in Nigeria that terrorists in the country may target luxury hotels in the capital city of Abuja after a weekend of violence.
Families of 9/11 victims are dissatisfied with news that their beloved ones’ remains may be stored in the forthcoming museum and not in the memorial plaza. The disheartening news was detailed in a letter sent by city and memorial officials last week.
If you don’t get off your chair often enough, you might just die there, a new study finds.
Christian persecution in West Africa is intensifying after an imam in Nigeria declared the only way to settle the contentious religious grappling in the country is to begin a holy war.
A group representing Utah bars and restaurants is asking lawmakers to ban Mormons from influencing state liquor laws.
A bill passed this week in the Michigan Senate will allow bullies to torment students as long as their comments are born from “a sincerely held religious belief or moral conviction.”
The CIA monitors social media activity around the world from an unassuming warehouse in Virginia, accord to the Associated Press.
Religious healthcare providers have spoken to a House committee Wednesday in hopes of reversing new federal rules that require them to provide contraceptive care.
One in every 15 Americans, about 6.5 percent of the population, is extremely poor, according to a study based on recent census data.
Almost a third of Americans believe obese and overweight individuals should be penalized for their lifestyle, according to an NPR poll released Thursday.
A web application created by two former Facebook executives that will enhance organization in group work projects went live Wednesday.
Children who play video games are more creative than children who don’t, says a Michigan State University study released today.
Hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking” - the controversial process by which natural resources are extricated from rock - caused two earthquakes in England earlier this year according to a report issued by the drilling company today.
Researchers concluded that thinking about God can help people resist temptation, but can also diminish motivation in a study released last week.