Silent film "The Artist" has walked away the big winner at the 84th annual Academy Awards, taking home Oscars for best picture, best director and best actor for Jean Dujardin.
A mysterious illness has spread across Central America, killing more than 24,000 people in El Salvador and Nicaragua since 2000.
Students at Shippensburg University in central Pennsylvania can now buy the "morning-after pill" as easily as candy bars and soda.
President Obama's step grandmother, Sarah Obama, is lucky to be alive after the car she was travelling in rolled over in Western Kenya.
Christian leaders are joining with animal rights advocates to try and toughen legislature against the blood-sport of cockfighting.
A young Christian man who was charged under Pakistan's controversial blasphemy laws with desecrating the Quran, has been denied bail by a judge, despite what sources say is lack of evidence against him.
TLC has announced plans to join forces with The Real Housewives of Atlanta producers True Entertainment, to bring a first ever look into the holy lives of the "First Ladies" of Atlanta's churches.
A split decision between two pastors on whether they should return home to Georgia after a Florida conference on Saturday night, turned out to be the difference between life and death.
Seventeen-year-old Michigan boy J.T. Gaskins has been suspended from school for breaking the dress-code policy, by growing out his hair to donate to "Locks of Love."
A Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to four counts of mail fraud in an "unholy" scheme to defraud church members out of $423,000 for non-existent Christian pilgrimage trips.