President Barack Obama has condemned the beheading of American journalist James Foley at the hands of terror group ISIS, describing its ideology as "bankrupt" and stating that "no just God" would stand for its violent acts. He also pledged that despite the militants' threats, the U.S. will not be backing down from military operations against them.
Dr. Kent Brantly has officially been discharged from Emory University Hospital in Atlanta and was sure to thank God and those responsible for helping him recover from the deadly Ebola virus.
Some pro-life leaders are declining to participate in the viral "ice bucket challenge" to raise money for the ALS Association's efforts to find a cure for Lou Gehrig's disease.
A Christian former NFL linebacker announced that he was recently diagnosed with ALS, better known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, in a video challenging the entire Tennessee Titans organization to take part in the viral "Ice Bucket Challenge."
Student 'Suspended' for Saying 'Bless You' in Class; Assistant Principal Claims It's Not 'Religious Issue'
A student at Dyer County High School in Tennessee claims that she was suspended after saying, "bless you" to a student who sneezed.
Christian couples should marry sooner, an ethicist and a pastor with the largest Protestant denomination in the United States argue.
Michael Brown's funeral has been set for Monday, Aug. 25 in St. Louis, Missouri, his family's attorney announced; it will be a public funeral with national figures taking part in order to remind people why there are protests being held in Ferguson.
Robert P. George: 'Ideological Power Play' by Liberal Judges to Blame for Marriage Laws Being Overturned; Judges Ignoring Counterarguments (CP Video Interview)
Judges who have been overturning marriage laws are misreading the U.S. Supreme Court rulings and ignoring counterarguments in order to promote their own ideological agenda, Robert P. George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University, told The Christian Post in a video phone interview.
Supermodel Miranda Kerr says praying and taking time out of her day to be thankful are part of her self-imposed rules for adulthood.
The head of the one billion-member Roman Catholic Church has hinted that he might make a three-day visit to the United States of America next year.
Westboro Baptist Church, which is known for picketing funerals and its slogan "God Hates Fags," has announced plans to protest at actor Robin Williams' funeral because he used comedy to "mock God" and was a "homosexual enabler."
National Moment of Silence peace vigils took place in over 90 cities across the United States last Thursday. Cities from New York to Los Angeles held a moment of silence at 7:20 pm to respect and remember those who died by the hands of police.
The American Bar Association, which has more than 400,000 members, has adopted a new resolution calling for an end to "discrimination" against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in the Unites States and around the world.
Target Corp. is no longer neutral on the issue of same-sex marriage. It has added its name to a legal defense of gay marriage, a move that is in line with survey reports showing that a majority of Americans who prefer shopping at the retailer are not opposed to gay and lesbian marriages.
Obama Pledges US Will Continue Aiding Iraq in War Against Islamic Militants, But Without Ground Troops
President Barack Obama has pledged that the United States will continue aiding Iraq in its war against Islamic State militants, but will not be deploying ground troops into the region.
An atheist activist who attempted to have an Alabama county commission not display a plaque bearing the national motto, "In God we trust," has says that a strict separation of church and state protects Christians from Islamic rule.
UN Accuses ISIS Militants of 'Barbaric' Sexual Violence; Says Humanitarian Crisis in Iraq Has Reached Its Highest Level
The United Nations has declared the highest level of humanitarian emergency in Iraq and has accused Islamic State militants of carrying out "barbaric" acts of sexual violence against women and teenage boys and girls belonging to Iraqi minorities.
Samaritan's Purse Dr. Kent Brantly is set to be released from Emory University Hospital following his recovery from the deadly Ebola virus, which he contracted while fighting the spread of the disease in West Africa.
The parents of American journalist James Foley have said that they are "so proud" of their son and know that he is in Heaven, after he was brutally murdered by members of Jihadist group ISIS.
Americans are becoming more pro-life because pro-lifers have more babies than pro-choicers, a new study finds. Looking at data from the General Social Survey from 1977 to 2010, Northwestern University sociologists J. Alex Kevern and Jeremy Freese found evidence that the higher fertility rates of those who are pro-life compared to those who are pro-choice contributed to Americans becoming, on average, more pro-life than they would have been if the fertility differential did not exist.
Eric Holder, the first African American U.S. attorney general, landed Wednesday in Ferguson, Missouri, where racial tension is boiling over, and pleaded for the end of violence on the small town's streets, which he says "seriously undermine[s] ... the cause of justice."
While protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, fill the streets in the name of justice, local churches are filling pews in order to restore peace to a city divided by the fatal police shooting of an unarmed teenager.
US Companies Can't Protect Citizens? Chinese Hackers Steal 4.5 Million Patients Info, Including Social Security Numbers
One of America's largest hospital chains is the latest to fall victim to a group of sophisticated Chinese hackers who compromised 4.5 million patients' data including social security numbers in April and June. The cyber attack is the largest ever reported by a U.S. health care company and should serve as a warning to get more private companies to take their cyber protection more seriously.
Texas Megachurch pastor T.D. Jakes blamed racial profiling for fatal police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown, saying America is far from being a post-racial society in a blog published on Huffington Post.com.
The militarization of the police in Ferguson, Missouri, has contributed, some say, to an inappropriate use of force against peaceful protestors. How did the police acquire all that military gear?
Michael Brown Case: Grand Jury Hearing Could Commence Wednesday as Family Demands Darren Wilson Arrest
A grand jury could begin hearing evidence in the Michael Brown case as early as Wednesday, the St. Louis Prosecutor's office confirmed.
Autopsy Shows Michael Brown Was Shot 6 Times, Twice in the Head; Missouri Gov. Deploys National Guard
Clashes involving gunfire, Molotov cocktails and tear gas were reported once again from Ferguson late Sunday, compelling Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon to deploy the National Guard. A preliminary private autopsy report shows that black teen Michael Brown was shot at least six times, including twice in the head.
Nathaniel Morales, a former youth group leader at the Maryland-based Covenant Life Church and who was convicted in May for sexually abusing three young boys, has been sentenced to 40 years in prison. The judge called him a "cowardly pervert" and a "pathetic human being."
Courts in Arizona and California have delivered rulings in two separate divorce cases, legally recognizing transgender marriages, including that of the world's "first pregnant man."
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, also called the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, has garnered countless headlines across the globe.
The U.S. Navy has reversed its decision to remove Bibles from Navy rooms, and has noted that it would be reviewing its policy. Navy Exchange Service Command officials had previously said they would be removing all religious literature, following complaints from an atheist group.