Candace Cameron Bure and her husband and former National Hockey League star Valeri Bure, will attend the White House Correspondents' dinner later this month as the special guests of the Christian Broadcasting Network.
Since re-emerging in the entertainment scene, Candace Cameron Bure has been on "Dancing With the Stars," is a co-host on "The View" and will now be headed to the White House for the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner on April 30.
"CBN is honored to have Candace and her husband 'Val' as our special guests this year," Director Rob Allman said in a statement shared with The Christian Post. "As a co-host of 'The View' ... Candace has become a truly great ambassador for the Christian Community in American entertainment. She and her husband have been at the top of our invite list for several years and we are just thrilled that the schedules worked this year." more >>
A recently released poll found that a majority of Americans believe the federal government's treatment of the Little Sisters of the Poor is "unfair."
In a Marist Poll conducted for the Knights of Columbus, 53 percent of adults surveyed said that the birth control mandate accommodation given to the nuns was "unfair," versus 32 percent who found it "fair."
The Islamic State terror group has released a new propaganda video that shows militants executing civilians who are begging and crawling for their lives, almost at the same time President Obama claimed the extremists are losing ground.
MailOnline reported that the new video, although undated, seems to have been filmed primarily in the Anbar Province in Iraq, and depicts several scenes of executions, including jihadists beheading and shooting their victims.
One clip shows a man dressed in civilian clothing as he crawls on the ground and begs for his life, before being executed, while other men are shown dressed in the infamous orange jumpsuits as they await to be beheaded. more >>
Civil debates over climate change can lead to greater understanding and will strengthen our policy prescriptions. Therefore, we the editors of The Christian Post pledge to continue offering our news site as a forum where all sides in this debate can advocate for their position.
We recognize that Christians take various positions on these issues.
Some Christians want carbon controls because of their admirable care for the world's poor, arguing that a rise in sea level and angry storms will wreak havoc among the most vulnerable. more >>
A Michigan-based funeral home is battling a lawsuit leveled by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission over alleged mistreatment of a former transgender employee.
R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes of Detroit was sued after owner Tom Rost fired the transgender employee, who was a biological male, for refusing to adhere to the business' dress code.
Harris Funeral Homes is being represented by the Alliance Defending Freedom, a conservative legal group that filed a motion for summary judgment on behalf of the business last Thursday in district court. more >>
One of the too-few happy days in the twentieth century was November 9, 1989, the day the Berlin Wall came down.
For twenty-eight years the Berlin Wall had kept the people of Communist-controlled East Germany locked in. Without the Wall and without the tightly closed borders elsewhere, the people would have simply left the Communist states in larger and larger numbers and walked into the western democracies.
Freedom was incomparably preferred to state control. more >>