Two sources close to Republican Contender Newt Gingrich says he plans on dropping out of the race for the nomination, and formally endorsing Mitt Romney soon afterward. After winning five states in Monday's primaries Romney erased doubts that he would secure the nomination. Then the big question became: will Newt Gingrich drop out. Well it remains to be seen now.
Republican frontrunner Mitt Romney erased all doubts that he will clinch the Republican nomination last night. He easily won the primaries in five states: Connecticut, Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island.
The Dutch government has collapsed after Prime Minister Mark Rutte resigned. He made the move when Geert Wilder's party for Freedom – considered far-right – withdrew its support for his government. Early elections are now expected in the Netherlands, as early as this summer.
As tensions between Sudan and South Sudan escalate into military combat on the border, Christian South Sudan citizens are trapped in Sudan and living in fear. Many among the half million of them have never lived anywhere else, and now they have been granted 30 days beginning April 8th to register or leave the country.
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The U.S. House of Representatives has approved a Republican bill that will allow the Canadian Keystone Pipeline to proceed. The pipeline would transport oil produced from the Alberta oil sands to Port Arthur, Texas. It was previously blocked by President Barack Obama. The new bill is intended to keep alive efforts to overhaul federal transportation programs and continue the flow of highway and transit aid to states.
Norway mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik has proclaimed he would do it again. Showing no remorse Breivik made the statement on the 2nd day of his trial for killing 77 people last July in Norway. He also boasted that he had carried out "the most spectacular political attack in Europe since World War Two.
The man accused of killing seventy-seven people in a bomb and gun rampage in Norway last summer has pleaded not guilty. Anders Breivik claimed self-defense on the first day of his trial yesterday. Some have described the lone-wolf terrorist as a right-wing Christian extremist.
More than a hundred tornadoes were reported across the Midwest and Plains States yesterday. At least five people were killed in Oklahoma including three children.
Sources say Rick Santorum has agreed to a face-to-face meeting with Mitt Romney. Santorum suspended his Republican presidential campaign, and now Romney is saying he will work with his fellow Republican toward the single goal of defeating President Obama in November.
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee is guest speaker at a Conference in New York city next month to emphasize the importance of Jerusalem for people of all faiths. Called the "Jerusalem Prayer Banquet," it was organized by the global mission "Eagles Wings."
Republican candidate Rick Santorum has dropped out of the Presidential race, leaving a clear way for Mitt Romney. Santorum did not endorse Romney nor even mention him, as he made the announcement to his supporters in his home state of Pennsylvania, appearing with his family at his side
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For the first time, Egyptian Copts are flew to the Holy Land in large numbers to celebrate Easter. In so doing, they defied a decree issued by the late Pope Shenouda III prohibiting members of the Coptic Church from visiting Jerusalem. The Coptic pope, who died March 17, threatened excommunication for anyone who defied the travel ban that was imposed in the late 1970s in an effort to show solidarity with Palestinians.
Cuba is making Good Friday a public holiday on the request of Pope Benedict. This is a first since the early days following the Island's 1959 Revolution. The Communist Government reported that the decision was made in light of the glowing success of the pope's visit to the country.
As the violence rages in Syria, many Christians are reportedly considering fleeing the country, once considered a safe haven for Christians in the Middle East. Christians there are faced with danger on two fronts: getting caught in the crossfire between government and rebel forces.
Police in Oakland, Calif., have identified the suspect arrested for yesterday's shooting rampage at Oikos University. Forty three year old One Goh had been a nursing student at the small Christian university but was not enrolled at the time of the shooting. Now the task gets underway to try and figure out why?
Christian visitors flocked to Jerusalem Sunday to celebrate Palm Sunday, the first day of Holy Week. Pilgrims joined a procession of about 15,000 Christians that began at the Mount of Olives. They waved palm and olive branches as a reminder of Jesus' entry into Jerusalem the Sunday before his crucifixion.
"Acts 29" Network co-founder Pastor Mark Driscoll has stepped down as President to make room for Matt Chandler . And later in the day, another major move was made by Driscoll.
A massive march to Jerusalem is planned for tomorrow with communities from around the world calling for "freedom for Palestine and its capital Jerusalem" in an event that has attracted the support of Desmond Tutu, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright and the nation of Iran.
The Syrian government has accepted the peace plan of U.N.--Arab League envoy Kofi Annan. It calls for an immediate end to violence and the free movement of aid into the country.
Picking a new pope for Egypt's Orthodox church could take months, Church officials say. The debate is now on, over the political role the next leader should have as Islamists rise to power. Since then Christians have seen an increase in attacks.
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Ottawa steps in to avert Air Canada strike; Deputy Oil Minister in Syria resigns and joins opposition; celebrities support imprisoned Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani and Christian actor Kirk Cameron working on the faith-based documentary.
U.S. Senate Democrats made a decisive move in the controversial fight over birth control and faith. Democrats voted to table the Blunt amendment, effectively killing it. The amendment, introduced by Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri, takes on the issue of whether religious employers should have to cover contraception in health pla