A new viral YouTube parody of Ylvis' hit song "The Fox" showcases the hard work of a farmer while mocking pop culture. "What Does the Farmer Say," produced by farmer Derek Klingenberg, has garnered 1.6 million views as of Friday.
Youth Mobility at 50-Year Low; Some Advocates Blame Gov't Policies, Sluggish Economy for Delays in Marriage, Family
According to new data from the Census Bureau, the proportion of young people who move is at a 50-year low. Some blame the economic crisis or government programs for the "prolonged adolescence" experienced by the Millennial generation, while a Christian filmmaker focuses instead on cultural values and fears.
NYPD Investigates Series of Attacks Targeting Jews; Poll Finds 81 Percent of American Jews Believe Anti-Semitism Is a Problem in the US
The New York Police Department (NYPD) is investigating a series of attacks targeting Jews in Brooklyn, and one Jewish advocacy group has found what it calls surprisingly high numbers of American adherents of the Hebrew faith fearing anti-Semitism in the United States.
National pro-life organization Personhood USA established an affiliate in New York City this week, intentionally aiming to frustrate the goals of Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion provider, which pro-life advocates attacked as racist, following the Eugenics of Margaret Sanger.
A new Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday shows President Obama at his lowest approval rating yet, and even women – a voting bloc central to his victory in 2012 – have started to abandon him. Strategists focus on the women deficit, and tie this shift in popular opinion to the painful rollout of the Affordable Care Act, better known as "ObamaCare."
In a move that might defy certain stereotypes, Christian reviewers argue that the main female characters in the recent film "Thor: The Dark World" present good, active female role models, in contrast to the mere "damsel in distress" common to many Disney films.
'Thor: The Dark World' Wins at Box Office; Christian Reviewers Praise Biblical Themes, Compelling Characters
"Thor: The Dark World" soared at the box office to become Disney's biggest November opening ever, topping 2004's "The Incredibles," and reaching number nine for all films to come out this month. Christian reviewers explained its success as a function of truly compelling characters, who are lifelike and reflect biblical themes.
New National Geographic TV Show 'Church Rescue' Combines Business, Bible to Save Churches From Foreclosure
A new National Geographic TV show that will air tonight will follow a trio of mission-minded entrepreneurs who will help struggling houses of worship across the nation to avoid bank foreclosure.
A time-lapse video of a homeless veteran's transformation into a suave professional has gone viral, bringing attention to the Christian ministry behind it.
Author of 'Mormon Christianity' Claims Christians Can Learn From the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
A Roman Catholic scholar and former philosophy and religion professor has released a new book that defends Mormonism as "one of the youngest branches on the Christian tree," and claims that Christians can learn from the Mormon religion.
The ideas behind individual freedom, personal responsibility, and basic human rights require something more than materialism, a Christian scholar argued.
The new film "Ender's Game," based off the book by Mormon writer Orson Scott Card, may carry some Christian themes, and one reviewer claims it mimics the biblical story of Joseph.
Sixteen Senate Democrats' meeting with President Barack Obama to reportedly complain about the problems with rolling out the Affordable Care Act, more popularly known as ObamaCare, on Wednesday is being called by one Republican strategist a "PR stunt" to convince constituents that they are holding the president accountable for his signature reform.
Advocates for divorce reform attacked the current legal system as incentivizing family break-up, and encouraged methods to combat divorce across the United States at the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.
Shared Hope International, an organization dedicated to the fight against sex trafficking, released its third annual "Report Card" for the 50 states regarding legislation on minor sex trafficking – part of the Protected Innocence Challenge – and while a few states are still failing, each has shown marked improvement.
Dutch Christian Group Spends $30,000 on 36-Foot-Tall Star of David, Menorah; Predicts Return of Jesus
The Dutch chapter of Christians for Israel has invested just over $30,000 to make a 36-feet-tall Star of David topped with a menorah – the nine-candle symbol of the Jewish holiday of Hannukah – which it claims will be Europe's largest menorah, to show solidarity with the Jewish community in what they believe to be the End Times.
The scientific discovery of the Higgs Boson, also known as the "god particle," has produced a new theory about the end of the universe, and a prominent Christian Bible scholar says it might shed light on how God will bring about the new heavens and the new earth.
The American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) gave American colleges a "C" for core curriculum with its 2013-2014 "What Will They Learn?" report. A Christian administrator explains the meaning behind the confusing offerings at college campuses and CP lists six of the strangest classes actually being taught this semester in colleges and universities across America.
A healthcare expert has estimated that more than two-thirds of Americans who have private health insurance coverage will not be able to keep their previous plan due to President Obama's Affordable Care Act, also known as ObamaCare.
YouTube sensation Vitaly Zdorovetskiy, best known for prank and comedy videos on the Internet, turned around the life of a homeless man who tells viewers to "keep Jesus in your heart," after he receives help from the artist, along with a new set of teeth.
A prominent horror author has called abortion "demonic" in an interview with The Washington Post that touches on abortion activist and Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius' commencement speech at Georgetown in May 2012.
The Associated Press' (AP) photography director attacked the Obama administration's policy of denying photo-journalists access to the president, comparing it to visual "propaganda."
Putin More Powerful Than Obama? US President 'Leading From Behind' a 'Very Appropriate Phrase,' Expert Says
Russian President Vladimir Putin beat American President Barack Obama to the top of Forbes' list of the "Most Powerful People" in 2013, despite Obama having had taken the top spot every year except once since the list began in 2009.
"Love! Valour! Compassion!" a play about a group of gay men and their journey with AIDS has stirred up controversy in Grand Rapids, Mich., where some Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) Trustees are calling for the school to defund the theater that hosted the play.
In a battleground state where Democrats label religious faith as too extreme, Republican candidate Ken Cuccinelli, known for his strong support of homeschooling, pro-life, and other values voter issues, has tightened the Virginia governor's race, nearly catching up to Democrat Terry McAuliffe and perhaps making the race "too close to call."