Republican and Democratic leaders of intelligence committees from both the Senate and House called on President Barack Obama to confront ISIS militants, warning of a possible attack on the United States or its European allies.
Ken Ham Hits Back Against Neil deGrasse Tyson's Claim That Creationists' Beliefs Are 'Crazy Even to Many Christians'
Ken Ham's Answers in Genesis organization has hit back against accusations by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson that many Christians find creationist beliefs to be "crazy," and that Ham was relatively unknown until his public debate with Bill Nye the Science Guy in February.
Judge Blocks Texas' Abortion Regs Before Deadline; Says Only 7 Clinics Meet Basic Health, Safety Standards Required by New Law
For the second time a federal judge has ruled against Texas' abortion regulations, citing that a majority of abortion clinics would close because owners refuse to upgrade their facilities to meet basic health and safety standards that were set to go into effect Monday.
Democratic Congresswoman Anna Eshoo on ISIS: No President Wants Genocide During Their Term (CP Video Interview)
The slaughter of Christians taking place today is like a "living history" for Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-California. Her parents and grandparents fled the Middle East because they were being persecuted for their Christian faith, she explained to The Christian Post in a videophone interview.
While supporters of traditional marriage are often presented as driven by emotion and religiosity and supporters of same-sex marriage are often presented as voices of rationality and reason, the reality is quite different. Traditional marriage supporters have presented a view, complete with foundational principles, for state recognition of conjugal marriage while same-sex marriage supporters have failed to answer two questions that are central to the issue.
Investigative journalist and GotNews.com founder Charles C. Johnson alleged in a lawsuit filed in the St. Louis County Circuit Court last Thursday that 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was recently shot dead by police officer Darren Wilson on Aug. 9, was charged with murder as a juvenile and is now trying to force the court to release his juvenile records.
After the body of an American who was fighting for ISIS was found in Syria following a fight with another extremist group, the question on people's mind is: What made an American turn to a jihadi lifestyle?
The devil worshiping church hosting the black mass in the Oklahoma City Civic Center in Oklahoma City on Sept. 21 remains confident that the event will take place, despite a recent online petition from Catholics.
The convictions of 16 Amish men and women in Ohio found guilty of beard- and hair-cutting attacks on fellow members of their faith have been overturned by the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
A three judge panel from an appeals court has ruled against a Christian missionary group that was attacked at an annual Arab Festival in Michigan.
Former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican Vice Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin, issued a Facebook post inviting famed atheist activist Richard Dawkins to come meet her six-year-old son, Trig, who has Down Syndrome after Dawkins tweeted last week that he felt it was "immoral" not to "abort and try again" when an unborn baby has been diagnosed with Down syndrome.
The man behind the controversial "Jesus Tattoo" movement will launch a new campaign "Death Row Jesus" on Wednesday to spread the message that God was the "worse criminal" while on earth.
Two weeks after 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed by a Ferguson, Missouri, police officer, religious leaders from across the U.S. came together to pay their respects to the Brown family during the teenager's funeral Monday, which was attended by more than 2,000 people.
Kenneth Bae, 2 Other US Prisoners in North Korea Speak to Media; Urge Visit From High US Official to Secure Release
North Korea on Monday allowed The Associated Press and CNN to speak to three detained Americans, including Christians Kenneth Bae and Jeffery Fowle. All three said there's hope only if a high-ranking U.S. representative visits for negotiations. Bae complained of deteriorating health.
Samaritan's Purse Wounded Vets and Spouses Program 'Operation Heal Our Patriots' Featured in Fox Labor Day Special
Christian relief group Samaritan's Purses program aimed at helping the relationships of wounded veterans and their spouses called "Operation Heal Our Patriots" is set to be featured in a Fox News Channel special on Labor Day.
Labor Day has a history going back to the nineteenth century. It is a history entangled in the debate over unions and workers' rights, bearing with it a more political implication than many federally recognized holidays.
A Florida mother claims that her 4-year-old son was expelled from a Christian school after she complained about "ignorant" staff on Facebook.
The Army Psychiatrist who killed 13 people and injured 32 at Ft. Hood in Killeen, Texas, has asked the head of ISIS to join the militant Islamic group.
Controversial televangelist Pat Robertson has recently claimed that a teenage boy brought up by his single mother is showing signs of being gay because of the absence of a father figure.
NRA Faces Backlash for Tweeting '7 Ways Children Can Have Fun at Shooting Range' After Girl Shoots Instructor Dead
Sometimes the words "too soon" apply strongly to a crude joke or a statement made about something tragic that has happened. Although the National Rifle Association (NRA) wasn't trying to strike controversy when it tweeted from its @NRAWomen Twitter handle a link to an article about "7 Ways Children Can Have Fun at The Shooting Range," it received a storm of backlash on social media for its poor timing, coming just two days after a shooting instructor in Arizona was killed by a 9-year-old girl wielding an automatic uzi.
An adopt-a-highway sign for an atheist group based in California was recently vandalized, the group claims, with an unknown party attaching a message on stickers that read: "God loves."
A large Catholic pro-life organization is demanding that PBS cancel its airing of the controversial pro-abortion documentary, "After Tiller."
A Mississippi school district has agreed to stop having prayers and sermons at mandatory faculty convocations after an atheist group threatened to sue them.
Terror group ISIS has demanded a $6.6 million ransom for the release of a 26-year-old American woman it captured over a year ago while she was doing humanitarian relief work in Syria.
Nearly Two-Thirds of Christian Men View Porn Monthly; They Are Watching It at Same Rate as Secular Men, Says Study
Nearly two-thirds of American men watch pornography monthly and Christian men are paying nearly equal attention to the lustful practice, according to a study conducted by the Barna Group for Proven Men.