A Sonic drive-thru restaurant in Missouri that recently garnered headlines for putting Bible verse stickers on orders, ran out of the stickers due to popular demand.
Sonic Drive-In of Raymore announced on its Facebook page Thursday morning that it is temporarily out of the Bible stickers.
Chick-fil-A restaurants that display the American flag are flying them at half-staff in memory of recently deceased Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
The fast food chain that specializes in chicken sandwiches and headed by a conservative Southern Baptist family asked their restaurant managers to lower the American flag in remembrance of Scalia, who died Saturday of natural causes.
"Anytime the president orders the flag be flown at half-staff, Chick-fil-A restaurants do so — as is the case with honoring Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia," read a statement sent to The Christian Post by the fast food company. more >>
Former president Bill Clinton told a Donald Trump supporter protesting at a Hillary Clinton campaign speech that he should follow Trump "like Moses into the Promised Land."
Speaking Monday on behalf of his wife at an event in Riviera Beach, Florida, Clinton's speech was interrupted by a heckler who held up a Trump campaign sign.
When the heckler shouted that the Clintons took Trump's money, Bill replied that they did and used it for charity. He also spoke of a time when Trump was supportive of Hillary. more >>
A 208-year-old Roman Catholic academic institution in Maryland reinstated two professors fired for criticizing the school president's controversial plan to weed out lower-performing students.
Mount St. Mary's University, a picturesque Catholic higher educational institute located in Emmitsburg, will bring back professors Ed Egan and Thane Naberhaus.
In an announcement made last Friday, MSMU President Simon Newman stated at a meeting that the reinstatement of the two professors will be immediate. more >>
A Purdue University employee who threatened to rape a pro-life activist's family members is ending his employment with the institution after the controversial remarks brought negative attention to himself and the school.
Jamie Newman, a part-time piano accompanist with Purdue's Division of Dance, posted comments on the pro-life website Live Action News earlier this month threatening to rape another man's wife, daughter and great-grandmother.
Although the university announced Friday they would not fire Newman for his statements, the Purdue staffer told the Lafayette Journal & Courier that he opted to resign given the backlash. more >>
Former Fox News host Glenn Beck told supporters at a Ted Cruz campaign event in South Carolina on Saturday that he left his comfortable job with the cable news channel because he was told by his superiors to stop telling people to pray.
Beck, who left Fox News in 2011 and now runs his own cable news channel called TheBlaze, revealed to audience members at a rally for the Texas senator at the Springmaid Beach Resort in Myrtle Beach that one of the reasons he left the premiere conservative cable network was because he was told to "stop talking about God."
"I was told, 'Stop telling people to pray.' I was told not to tell people to pray on their knees because there's a lot of people in the audience whose knees hurt and I make them feel bad," the 52-year-old Beck explained. "I was told, 'Stop praying because that takes God's focus off the important things like war.'" more >>