Members of the United States' extraterrestrial community are usually silent when it comes to political races, lest they be misinterpreted as wanting to conquer the world.
However, recent remarks by Democratic presidential hopeful and assumed future president Hillary Clinton has caused much dissension among residential alien lifeforms.
Pro-life activists in Illinois are expecting over 5,000 people to join the annual Chicago March for Life event this month ahead of the national march in Washington D.C.
A local version of the march held every year in the nation's capital on the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade, the Chicago march on Jan. 17 is expected to be the largest held in the entire Midwest.
Emily Zender, executive director for Illinois Right to Life, told The Christian Post that the number has been growing exponentially, with 2014 having about 2,000 people and last year having 4,000. more >>
The House passed a bill late Wednesday that makes major changes to the Affordable Care Act and defunds Planned Parenthood for at least one year, sending it to the desk of President Barack Obama.
In a largely party-line vote, lawmakers passed HR 3762, also called the Americans' Healthcare Freedom Reconciliation Act, by a vote of 240 to 181.
While Planned Parenthood is not mentioned directly in HR 3762's text, the nation's largest abortion provider would lose funding under Section 206, titled "Federal Payments to States" which lists abortion providers as a "prohibited entity" banned from receiving taxpayer funding, with the exception of abortions performed due to rape, incest or life threatening complication. more >>
It is quite possibly the most famous Christian hymn ever written and quite possibly one of the most famous songs in all of western civilization.
And now it has gone country.
Pop singer and Tennessee native Kelsea Ballerini performed the classic John Newton spiritual at a concert covered by Fox News last summer. more >>
When people go to a mountaintop, it is usually for meditative contemplation, physical exercise, or for basic training. But in one place, people go there for golf.
In South Africa, at a place known as the Legends Golf Course, there is a hole known as the "Extreme 19" where golfers tee off at the edge of a mountain.
The "Extreme 19" was originally conceived as a bonus course, a sort of sideshow. Yet the imposing challenge has gained much popularity in global golfing circles. more >>
A conservative Christian organization based in Colorado has denounced the vandalism of an atheist billboard that advises people to "skip church."
Focus on the Family, which is based in Colorado Springs, decried the recent vandalism of an American Atheists billboard ad.