Update March 22, 2016, 9:30 a.m. ET: The death toll of the Brussels explosions has increased to 34, with 20 killed in the subway explosion and 14 in the airport blasts, according to Belgian media reports. Another 170 people were reportedly injured.
Mass suicide attacks have hit the Zaventem Airport in Brussels, Belgium, along with a city metro station, with at least 28 people reported to have been killed so far.
Sky News reported that Brussels has been locked down, while several cities across Europe, including in the U.K., Netherlands, France and Germany, have been put on high alert, with security personnel sent to key locations and transport hubs. more >>
The quote was so shocking that I'm shocked it didn't get more attention.
When you hear it, you want to put your head in your hands and weep.
In biblical days, you would have torn your garments in mourning. more >>
Grammy winner Adele is the latest celebrity victim of photo hacking.
According to British newspaper The Sun, private photos of the "Hello" singer and her family were hacked and posted to an Adele fan page on Facebook.
Despite being one of the world's most popular celebrities, Adele has always tried to stay out of the limelight and has been very protective of her family's privacy. In 2014, she won a legal battle against paparazzi over photos they had taken of her 3-year-old son, Angelo. more >>
Four Wycliffe Associates workers have been killed in an attack by radicals in the organization's office in the Middle East.
Wycliffe explained in a statement that the attackers, who are yet to be identified, shot and destroyed all the equipment in the Bible translation office, but the hard drives containing the translation work for eight language projects was saved.
Two of the Wycliffe workers were apparently killed by gunshots, while two others laid on top of the lead translator and died while "deflecting bludgeoning blows from the radicals' spent weapons," and managed to save his life. more >>
After airing only two episodes, the ABC television network has cancelled it's risque "soap opera"-like biblical saga "Of Kings and Prophets."
Said to be inspired by the Bible's Old Testament, the drama sparked controversy due to its graphic sex and violence, which prompted the Parents Television Council to issue a warning to advertisers on March 1. PTC president Tim Winter sees the cancellation as a victory.
"We're very delighted in that decision made by ABC," Winter told The Christian Post on Friday. "We certainly question why they would ever put it on the air to begin with, but the good news is it has received a death sentence just two weeks in." more >>
"God's Not Dead 2," the sequel to the $100 million grossing 2014 faith-based film "God's Not Dead," hits theaters Easter weekend, with actor David A.R. White responding to a popular atheist's questioning of the film's validity.
"It's an interesting thing, because, if it wasn't real, why do they get so offended by it?" White asked TheBlaze on Wednesday. "I don't think it would annoy people if it wasn't true."
White, who is also the founder of Pure Flix Entertainment, which produced "God's Not Dead 2," continued, "At the end of 'God's Not Dead 1' and even part two, we throw up about 50 different court cases that are dealing with similar issues right now." more >>