Former neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson confirmed that his presidential campaign was ending, but that he was going to channel his time and energy to mobilize Christians to vote.
At a speech delivered Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Carson stunned the audience when he stated during his remarks that he was "leaving the campaign trail."
"Now that I am leaving the campaign trail," said Carson, before his sentence was interrupted by a long audience reaction that included expressions of sorrow and an applause with shouts of respect. more >>
We are only one U.S. Supreme Court justice away from having religious liberty abolished, Ted Cruz told a major gathering of political conservatives.
The Republican presidential hopeful and U.S. senator from Texas spoke on the Conservative Political Action Conference's main stage Friday about the importance of having a conservative filling the Supreme Court seat vacated by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.
Sen. Cruz warned the audience that a hypothetical liberal appointee to the high court would eliminate religious liberty protections, saying "this election is not about one branch of government, it's about two." more >>
A widely circulated photo meme on social media claims that Republican front runner and billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump came out as an atheist back in 1989.
According to the meme, Trump told Phil Donahue on an episode of his program in 1989 that he was too smart to believe in God.
Pastor Andy Stanley issued an apology on social media for a recent sermon in which he said that people who go to a small church "are so stinkin' selfish."
The senior pastor of North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia, one of the largest churches in the U.S., posted on Twitter on Thursday expressing remorse for his remarks last weekend.
ABC TV network is set to debut the risque "soap opera"-like drama "Of Kings and Prophets," a series with graphic sex and violence said to be inspired by the Bible's Old Testament that has prompted the Parents Television Council to issue a warning to advertisers.
"We are urging each potential sponsor of 'Of Kings and Prophets' to carefully weigh whether an 'extraordinarily violent' and 'sexual' broadcast TV show that has been compared to an explicit premium cable TV show is truly a good fit for their corporate image," said PTC President Tim Winter in a statement Tuesday. "TV shows that are filled with sex and violence will only remain on the public airwaves as long as advertisers are willing to sponsor them. We urge companies to use caution when considering whether or not to advertise on this show … "
ABC execs admit that they're intentionally pushing the limits with the new series. more >>
Republican front runner and billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump defended his previous comments calling for the killing of innocent family members of Islamic terrorists.
Before an energetic crowd at the Fox Theater in Detroit, Michigan on Thursday evening, Trump was asked about his comments regarding the usage of torture and his advocating the killing of terrorists' families.
"A man flies into the World Trade Center, and his family gets sent back to where they were going — and I think most of you know where they went — and, by the way, it wasn't Iraq — but they went back to a certain territory, they knew what was happening. The wife knew exactly what was happening," said Trump. more >>