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.Tags Education
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.Tags Persecution
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.Tags Conflict/War
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.Tags Persecution
An interfaith conference on tattooing was held at a Vatican university on Tuesday, calling into question again the religiousness of tattoos.2 comments
Albert Pujols is considering 10-year contract offers from the Miami Marlins, St. Louis Cardinals and an unconfirmed third team that sources indicate is the Los Angeles Angels.Tags Sports
Christian bookstores are dwindling in numbers according to reports from bookstores in the U.S. and U.K.
Muslims are more likely than Christians and Hindus to perform good deeds because of their religion, according to a recent poll from British research company Ipsos-Mori.Tags Islam