Tim Tebow has a chance to play football again, in Italy. Tebow was offered a four-month contract by the Italian federation for American football via the Milano Seamen who are hoping to sign outspoken player.
Ancient DNA that was discovered in a skeleton is casting doubt on previous theories of ancient humans, evolution and migration.
The autopsy for Paul Walker revealed the actor died of "combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries," according to the Los Angeles County Coroner's Department.
China revealed that roughly 20,000 officials of the nation's Communist Party have been punished or reprimanded over the past year in reaction to the Chinese citizens growing angry over rampant waste and corruption.
New Gay Activist Play Depicts God Creating 'Adam and Steve', Mocks Scripture, Shows Biblical Characters Nude, Simulating Anal Sex - OKC Pastors Protest
Pastors in Oklahoma City are banding together to protest a local production that depicts several biblical figures as homosexuals.
Roger Rodas died alongside his friend Paul Walker on Saturday as the two men returned from a fundraiser to help the victims of typhoon Haiyan.
In keeping with their tradition of serving warm meals to those less fortunate, the Bowery Mission in New York will once again open its doors on Thanksgiving to the thousands who will walk through.
A couple from Connecticut have been named "America's longest married couple" after it was determined that have been married for more than three-quarters of a century.
Pope Francis released his papacy's official platform Tuesday while calling out global leaders for their unconvincing efforts in combating income inequality and rampant poverty.
New projections regarding the cancellations of employer-sponsored health insurance plans reveal that between 80 and 93 million people could receive cancellation notices for their health care plans. The plans have been deemed unfit to use after failing to meet the requirements mandated under the Affordable Care Act.
An appeals court in the U.K. has upheld a previous ruling that banned a radio advertisement that asked Christians to report workplace discrimination based on their religion.
Christian Businesses May No Longer Be Forced to Serve Same-Sex Ceremonies If New OR Ballot Initiative Goes Through
After several stories of private business owners being forced to compromise their faith, a Christian organization in Oregon filed a ballot initiative aiming to protect business owners who refuse to participate in same-sex ceremonies from being served with lawsuits or other penalties.
The debate involving the Texas school board and the contents of the state's school science textbooks is continuing. Reviewers of possible textbooks raised concerns over perceived factual errors in some of the textbooks in question.
County officials in Pennsylvania are causing outrage after they threatened members of a Christian group with jail time if they continue to serve meals the homeless and elderly.
Woman Used By Obama as ObamaCare Success Story Now In Fact Cannot Afford Health Insurance After 'System Error' - 'You Majorly Screwed Up'
What was previously touted as a rare ObamaCare success story has turned out to be a typical ObamaCare nightmare.
MO Gov. Issues Executive Order Making State First to Accept Joint Tax Returns of Gay Couples Despite Gay Marriage Ban
The governor of Missouri issued an executive order that allows same-sex couples to file joint tax returns in the state, despite the state's ban on same-sex marriage.
Morality in Media is applauding the decision by Google to step up their efforts aimed at blocking links to child sexual abuse material.
In the wake of Typhoon Haiyan residents of the Philippines are turning to God and resting on their faith leaders, as tens of thousands struggle to survive.
Faithful Flock to Church in Devastated Philippines, Offering Prayers for the Dead and Thanks for Their Lives
Despite the overwhelming number of people in need, survivors of Typhoon Haiyan gathered in damaged churches on Sunday to give thanks for what they still have and to remember and pray for those lost.
Costco, BJ's and Others Staying Closed for Thanksgiving, Praised for Respecting Families and Workers
With the recent discussion focused on companies opening even earlier this Thanksgiving, other national retailers are staying closed, insisting that the holiday should be spent with family.
A new advertisement aimed at getting young people signed up for Obamacare is creating a controversy for being overtly sexual in nature and perceived as some to be degrading to women.
Statue of Jesus Christ Withstands Typhoon Haiyan Destruction, Provides Hope to Those Struggling to Survive
In what some are calling a sign of the almighty, a statue of Jesus Christ atop a small hill in the town of Tanauan in the central Philippines withstood the destruction levied by typhoon Haiyan and has become a beacon of hope in the heavily Catholic region.
Obamacare Navigators Caught Red-Handed Telling Applicants to Lie on Health Insurance Applications (VIDEO)
A new video was released by conservative activists James O'Keefe and shows Obamacare navigators in Texas allegedly telling potential enrollees to be less than truthful on their health insurance applications.
It what has been described as one of the worst storms ever to make landfall which claimed the lives of thousands small miracles are still possible after a woman gave birth to a baby girl amid the devastation.
Man Left to Die in Pain in Jail After Guards Allegedly Ignore Desperate Pleas for Help Following Allergic Reaction
After a young man in Washington died, his family is desperately seeking answers and justice after dying while being held in a jail cell in Snohomish County.