Pat Robertson, chairman of the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), has issued a "call to prayer" as the United Nations considers President Mahmoud Abbas' application for membership and statehood recognition.
Florida Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll spoke at a rally Thursday in Orlando where she suggested that the media is antagonistic toward Christians and exaggerates stories about God to "poison the minds of the majority."
Former Florida teacher Debra Lafave was granted early release from probation implemented in 2005 when she pleaded guilty to having sex with a 14-year-old student, and the student's mother is furious, calling the move a violation of her plea agreement.
The Texas prison system decided Thursday to eliminate the time-honored practice of providing death row inmates a last meal of their choice before being executed, and the recent execution of convicted murderer Lawrence Brewer is apparently to blame.
Christian evangelist and end times author Hal Lindsey believes a push by the Palestinian Authority for statehood recognition by the United Nations are tied to biblical prophecies and is more proof that Christians are living in the "last days."
Toddler Alex Tesoriero was born 11 weeks premature and developed a physical aversion to anything near his face or mouth. The condition has prevented him from ever tasting food.
Cincinnati Bengals players Jerome Simpson and Anthony Collins were detained Sept. 20 by authorities after a package containing 2.5 pounds of marijuana was delivered to Simpson's Kentucky home.
An Alabama superintendent is reversing a decade-old policy that allowed every home football game to start with a prayer. Several people in the Arab City community intend to stand and say the Lord's Prayer before a football game.
An Illinois man was found guilty of stabbing his mother to death after a fight ensued over Avril Lavigne concert tickets. A Dupage County jury deliberated for only two hours before finding Robert Lyons, 39, guilty of first-degree murder of his mother, Linda Bolek.
The United States has mandated a permanent ban on issuing patents on human embryos. President Barack Obama signed the prohibition into law Sept. 16 as part of a patent reform measure titled the "America Invents Act."
As Texas prepares to execute Lawrence Brewer Wednesday evening, James Byrd, Jr.'s son hopes the state will show Brewer mercy, although the purported white supremacist murdered his father in what has been called the most notorious hate crime since the Civil Rights movement.
Users on Twitter have been declaring God's love, sending the phrase "God Loves You" onto the social media network's Trends list Wednesday.
The NAACP, integral in campaigning against Troy Davis' execution, has asked supporters to fast Wednesday evening, when the Georgia inmate is expected to die by lethal injection.
Several organizations and individuals have been testing the power of social media to campaign against Troy Davis' execution, which is scheduled for Wednesday night.
Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake are denying that explicit photos leaked online of the on-screen duo imply a real-life “friends with benefits” relationship.
A twenty-four-year-old woman with two uteruses gave birth Sept. 15 to healthy twins from each uterus.
Despite recent reports that Paula White has been serving as the interim pastor of Zachery Tims' New Destiny Christian Center (NDCC), a representative at the Florida church denied on Tuesday that the Without Walls International Church pastor was serving in such a capacity.
The controversial policy referred to as "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" was repealed today, making it acceptable for gay and lesbian military personnel to serve openly for the first time in U.S. history. One lawmaker wonders if, now that DADT has been struck down, if it was not time to target the Defense of Marriage Act.
Today marks day two of the Wycliffe Bible Translator 40 Days of Prayer campaign. The organization's goal is to ensure that every person has access to the Bible in his or her own language.
Mila Kunis is the latest starlet to have her cell phone reportedly hacked by a group targeting celebrities. A private photo of the Black Swan star was leaked online Thursday and includes candid shots of Justin Timberlake and another photo of an unidentified nude male.
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona was placed on lockdown Friday after authorities received unconfirmed reports of gunman being sighted on the premises. ficials at the facility reported there that there was a "potential security situation" after someone reportedly saw a man with a weapon at an old dormitory building on the base.
Brad Pitt has clarified comments he made during an interview with Parade magazine in which he appears to speak disparagingly about his ex-wife, Jennifer Aniston. The gesture may be too late for fans, who have taken to Twitter to slam the actor and voice support for Aniston.
Zachery Tims' church, New Destiny Christian Center (NDCC), has released video of Paula White, pastor of Without Walls International Church, preaching at the Florida megachurch on the first Sunday service since Tims' burial.
Christian broadcaster Pat Robertson has been criticized for suggesting Tuesday that divorcing a spouse with Alzheimer's disease is acceptable. However, this is not the first controversial comment Robertson has made in his career as the host of "The 700 Club."
People Magazine has released a book on Casey Anthony titled Outrage: The Casey Anthony Story, offering an inside look at one of the most-watched court cases in U.S. history.