Scientists suggest that heart beats will soon replace fingerprints and other biometrics for encrypting and accessing secure data.
A new weather satellite launched by NOAA and NASA has captured a picture of Earth with a clarity never seen before.
Following in the steps of former Presidents Reagan and Bush, Trump has re-instated the "Mexico City Policy."
Trump holds good on campaign promise and withdraws U.S. from TPP trade deal. Dollar falls to 7 week-low after announcement.
Roman Catholic Church leader Pope Francis has said it is too early to pass judgment on U.S. President Donald Trump, and urged people to wait before criticizing him. At the same time, he also pointed out that populist leaders of the past, like Nazi Germany's Adolf Hitler, were also supported by the people.
North Korea has long been recognized as a country where Christians face the worst persecution for their faith. But there's a lesser known country that follows closely behind where those who are even suspected of having converted to Christianity are rushed through public beheadings without a trial — Somalia.
Forget Facebook's anti-fake news tools, scientists discover a way to psychologically impair the acceptance of false news by people.
In a move that pleases conservatives and angers human rights activists, Russia is planning to decriminalize domestic violence.
The attacks on Western democracy and capitalism comes ahead of the Chinese communist party's biannual reshuffling of senior leaders.
Israel to build around 600 settlement homes in occupied Palestinian territory with backing of Trump-led U.S. administration.
From congratulatory messages to undisguised rebukes, this is how the world leaders reacted to Presidency of Donald Trump.
Researchers have found a scientific explanation for a biblical episode in 1207 B.C., in which Joshua, the leader of the Israelites, prayed and saw the sun stand still in the midst of battle, though they argued that what really happened was a solar eclipse, in which the sun disappeared.
The closed-off historical churches near the site at the Jordan River where Jesus Christ is believed to have been baptized could be reopened to almost half a million pilgrims, as a project to remove land mines progresses.
A human rights watchdog group is warning that radical Islamic extremists have imposed Sharia law in a number of villages in Mali, executed public officials and threatened civilians who partake in baptisms and non-Muslim marriage ceremonies.
Scientists predict 20-30 feet rise in sea levels in the coming years and Earth's temperature sets a record high in 2016.
Around 80 ISIS militants were killed by stealth bombers and drones in a US airstrike on two Islamic State camps in Libya.
Responding to criticism from Roman Catholic priests over his war on drugs, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte fired back by accusing them of molesting children, participating in gay acts, and failing to understand the country's problems.
Iraqis who have successfully managed to escape the clutches of the Islamic State terror group are now dealing with trauma from the pain of losing their own children, to suicidal depression that is sometimes causing them to hurt their loved ones.
Iraqi forces wounded in the ongoing battle to push the Islamic State out of Mosul need all the help they can to stay alive. And coming to their rescue are oppressed Christians who felt God's call for them to travel all the way from the civil-war ridden asian nation of Burma.
A rabbi in Israel is predicting that Jesus Christ might return in 2022 when astronomers foresee two large stars colliding and creating a light visible from Earth.
An aid group supporting local ministries overseas says the Holy Spirit is "stirring" in war-torn Syria and drawing "thousands" of Muslims to Christian missionaries who are working in the region.
A Chinese Christian human rights lawyer who was recently released by government authorities after being detained for 18 months in a jail cell is suffering from severe psychological and physical trauma.
New research has confirmed that humans arrived in North America way earlier than was previously imagined by archaeologists.
Radical Buddhists Destroy Sri Lankan Church but Christians Refuse to Stop Worshiping Jesus and Gather Under a Tree
A small Christian community in Paharaiya, a village in northwestern Sri Lanka, say they won't be seeking revenge against a group of radical Buddhists who destroyed their local church, and will continue to worship and pray — even if only under a tree.
Archaeologists have excavated an ancient wall dating back to 10th century B.C. in southern Israel's Arava desert region, which some experts say alludes to the biblical story of King David capturing the land of Edom, as found in Samuel 8:13.
The highest-ranking cleric in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia said music concerts and movies shouldn't be allowed in the country as they could lead to immorality and mixing between the sexes.
Over 900,000 Christians have been martyred in the last 10 years, a Christian research firm affiliated with Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Massachusetts estimates.
Al-Qaeda has released a new video that shows kidnapped Swiss Christian missionary Beatrice Stockly explaining that she is still in good health despite being held captive by the militant outfit in the African country of Mali for over a year.
Prosecutors in Egypt's Minya province have dropped a case against members of a Muslim mob who were accused of stripping naked and parading a 70-year-old Coptic woman in the streets.
Syria: Christians Are Being Killed for Refusing to Deny Jesus, Staying Behind to Help Victims (Interview)
A Christian pastor in Syria says the country is "being torn apart" in the midst of civil war, with Christians being killed for choosing to follow Jesus and staying behind to help victims.