President Obama has come under criticism this week for the surging gas prices, but explains there is not one fix-all answer to this problem.
Charles R. Swindoll, an internationally admired Evangelical Pastor, has just penned a new book about his growing up with a speech impediment and how, with God's help, was able to overcome that and help others to find the strength to overcome the challenges in their lives.
A commuter train loaded with passengers in Argentina slammed into the station it was entering killing 49 people and injuring hundreds more.
A new planet, GJ1214b, which is many light years outside of our solar system, has been discovered consisting almost entirely of water.
ESPN offered an apology to Jeremy Lin after stiff criticism arose over an offensive headline that was used to describe the NBA phenom Jeremy Lin after the Knicks lost on Friday night.
Jeremy Lin, the humble and much unknown basketball star has grabbed the attention of basketball fans around the country and the world, but some worry of the temptations that lay and wait for Lin as he settles in to his new fame.
There has been a rash of E. coli outbreaks across the Midwest that has left more than a dozen people sick.
Outrage is being voiced by women's groups and Christians over what they are labeling an extremely offensive ad from PETA that was released on Valentine's Day.
A student in a high school choir has opted to leave the choir rather than sing a song with Islamic tones that "praises Allah."
With new guidelines set forth for the contraception mandate, news is spreading that one Catholic organization's work and support of the controversial mandate has been seen by some as scandalous.
There are currently two bills before the Australian parliament that aim to legalize same-sex marriage and redefine marriage between a man and a woman.
Two main terminals at Amsterdam's busy Schiphol airport were shut down Monday due to a bomb threat that was made, according to military police.
After several days of intense rioting time is running out for Greece to enact unpopular austerity measures in order to prevent the country from going bankrupt.
Maria Menounos was good on her word Monday when she wore a New York Giant's inspired bikini in the middle of Times Square after she lost a bet based on who would win the Super Bowl.
Rush Limbaugh, the outspoken conservative commentator, understands who to know in order to get the best seats for the biggest game of the year, the Super Bowl.
The largest Catholic television network in Brazil has chosen to stop airing a controversial new program amid outpouring that the show promotes non-Catholic values such as abortion and homosexuality.
The Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense subcommittee on Foreign Policy has urged the Israeli government to develop stronger relationships with Evangelical Christians, not just in the United States but around the world.
There are reports of secret plans to construct a giant replica of the Christ the Redeemer, the iconic statue atop the Corcovado Mountain in Rio de Janeiro, on the Primrose Hill in London.
Abbey Watson, who is just 13, competed in the Powerlifting Federation national competition in Oklahoma City.
There are rumors buzz that Jay-Z and Beyoncé have already chosen the godparents for their newborn baby girl and one happens to be one of the most noticeable figures in the world.
As decent Americans solemnly remember a man who was a college football icon for so many years a very small group strives to incite more hate while causing others added stress while they grieve.
A church congregation in West Virginia is a model for forgiveness that others can gain inspiration from after a statue of Jesus, which was in the front of their church, was vandalized by being shot in the head.
Leaders representing some of the largest religious organizations in the country have come together and penned an open letter in defense of marriage, to warn against the potential consequences if same sex unions are redefined and called "marriage."
What happens when you bring together faithful believers and skeptical secularists in one room for one performance? You get Catherine Trieschmann’s “How The World Began,” a glimpse of how people brought together by circumstance react when faced with a “misunderstanding.”
A church in Houston has decided not to use the New International Version of the Bible because of concerns the pastor has regarding the accuracy of the new translation.