R. Leigh Coleman
Wives today are now being seduced by “emo-porn,” which is a new virtual infidelity type of pornography that is more emotionally satisfying than creating physically pleasures.
Treating other people as we would like to be treated is a familiar rule for Christians found in the Bible. So, why is it so confusing in today's world as to how Christians should treat those who consider themselves homosexual?Tags Homosexuality
A former FBI agent is finding out firsthand that freedom of speech is something every American has to fight for if there is a book involved.
The graphic coloring book called "We Shall Never Forget 9/11--The Kids' Book of Freedom," starts with Osama bin Laden plotting to attack the United States, and ends with the raid on his compound.The coloring book has a PG rating and is only available online.
A state by state look at the damages and deaths left in the wake of Hurricane Irene.
Pittsfield, Vermont, population 427, reacted in a unique way to the relentless flooding from Hurricane Irene that has turned their community into a makeshift island.
A New England winer has found themselves in hot water after creating two 9/11 wines to commemorate the September 11 terrorist attacks.
A retired naval officer honored for heroism during the September 11th attack on the Pentagon was found guilty Monday for committing fraud against the 9/11 victim's compensation to the tune of some $330,000. Cmdr. Charles Coughlin of Severna Park, Md., is accused of exaggerating his injuries from when he ran back inside the burning Pentagon to help rescue others.Tags September 11
Hurricane Irene response begins today and Gulf Coast residents and leaders will bring their lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina as they remember the sixth anniversary of the 2005 storm.
In the immediate aftermath of the September 11 attacks, millions of Americans flocked to churches and houses of worship. But, for most, the shift in spiritual behavior was short lived. Still, more New Yorkers are going to church compared to a decade ago.Tags September 11
Bad news is spreading across the Eastern Seaboard, but help is on the way as thousands begin mobilizing rescue efforts.
Hurricane Irene roared through the Northeast today like a rude, unwelcome guest, leaving at least 18 dead, millions without power, paralyzed cities, and an estimated $8 billion to $15 billion in damages.
New York City is bracing for Hurricane Irene’s wrath late Saturday for fear there may be widespread blackouts, gale-force winds, and a rising storm surge.
India's Parliament resolved Saturday to accept demands raised by 74-year-old political activist Anna Hazare to tackle chronic corruption in the country. His peaceful battle against political corruption has caught the attention of people across the globe.
Four deaths caused by Hurricane Irene’s relentless battering along the shores of North Carolina are the first casualties being reported today; one of the tragic deaths is reportedly a young child.