Islamic State and al-Qaeda have formed an unholy alliance in southern Libya to launch more attacks in that country under the leadership of one of the world's most wanted men who was earlier believed to have been killed, Libya's defense minister says.
Egypt Is Failing to Protect Christians From Being 'Hunted Down and Murdered,' Human Rights Group Says
Authorities in Egypt must offer "urgent protection" to Coptic Christians in North Sinai and provide essential services and accommodation to hundreds who are being forced to flee their homes after seven Christians were killed in a series of attacks, the human rights group Amnesty International has said.
More than 100 headstones were vandalized at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, over the weekend, days after more than 150 headstones were found damaged in St. Louis, Missouri, according to reports.
The son of the late legendary boxer Muhammad Ali was detained for hours by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection for questioning in a Florida airport, and was allegedly asked, "Are you Muslim?"
Mack Beggs, a 17-year-old wrestler who is transitioning from female to male and undergoing testosterone treatments, has won the Texas state girls wrestling tournament.
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio explained Sunday why he hasn't been participating in town hall meetings, which, he said, were aimed only at allowing activists to "heckle and scream" at him and not at discussing ideas.
Barbara Pierce Bush, the daughter of former President George W. Bush, will give the keynote speech at Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas' annual Fort Worth luncheon on Wednesday.
Which Lawmakers Fight for International Religious Freedom? New Report Says These Two Have 'Top Scores'
A nonprofit group that advocates for religious freedom has released a first-of-its kind scorecard for federal lawmakers on international religious freedom issues based on their sponsorship of legislation, their votes and caucus work. Sen. Marco Rubio and Rep. Chris Smith have been ranked on the top.
As a village outside the city of Mosul is being rebuilt after its liberation from the Islamic State terror group, a giant cross has been erected on one of its hills to celebrate the victory of faith over "darkness."
As President Donald Trump rolls back the Obama administration's guidelines that schools must allow students to go into bathrooms based on their gender identity and not their birth sex, a new survey finds that most Americans agree with Trump and believe schools' bathroom policies are not for the federal government to decide.
Witches from around the world gathered Friday at midnight to "cast a spell" on President Donald Trump, and plan to perform the same ritual at midnight on every waning crescent moon until the president "is removed from office."
Hundreds of Christians in Egypt's North Sinai province fled the area Friday after the Islamic State terror group killed seven Christians in just three weeks.
Tolerance is misunderstood in America today, says a former atheist who is now a Christian apologist. Tolerance is set up by Jesus Himself in the Sermon on the Mount where Jesus talks about doing good to those who don't necessarily do good to you.
A Virginia city's Parks and Recreation Department has canceled a planned trip to The Ark Encounter and Creation Museum for families after an atheist group claimed it would violate the Constitution due to the exhibit's "Christian and proselytizing nature."
A Florida public school district is investigating an atheist teacher who wrote disparaging remarks about her students on a Facebook page for local atheists claiming the students harassed and teased her by inviting her to church.
While the majority of Americans think self-described Christians who commit acts of violence in the name of Christianity aren't really Christian, only half of the public says the same about those who claim to be Muslims and are violent.
As many as 78 members of Congress have signed a letter to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan urging him to release a Christian pastor from North Carolina, who was imprisoned in Turkey on a false terrorism charge because of his Christian faith.
Trump Speaks to Thousands in Florida, Blasts 'Fake News' Media; Melania Leads Crowd in Lord's Prayer
President Donald Trump spoke to thousands of supporters at a rally in Melbourne, Florida, on Saturday, blasting the media, which he said were "part of the corrupt system," and raising issues facing the country, including jobs, national security, crime and terrorism. First Lady Melania Trump led the crowd in a reading of the Lord's Prayer.
Norma McCorvey, the anonymous plaintiff known as "Jane Roe" in the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court ruling that legalized abortion, died Saturday. She was 69.
Ninety-six percent of pastors who are married are satisfied with their spousal relationship, according to a study by the Barna Group, which looked at how hard ministry is on pastors' families, among other things.
Catholic philosopher Michael Novak, who made the moral case for a free-market economy, passed away Friday at his home in Washington at the age of 83. He is being remembered by Christian leaders and groups for his devotion to Christ and for his courage and gentleness.
The communist government of China has arrested four South Korean Christian missionaries and expelled at least 32 more after carrying out a series of police raids on churches, according to reports.
In Western societies, Christians are seen as too exclusive and narrow, and may soon be excluded from many public life positions, a situation that early Christians faced in Roman society. Today's Christians can learn from the experience of the latter, said theologian and Christian apologist Tim Keller, who listed five things the Church needs.
A proposed bill in the Tennessee General Assembly will not de-legitimize a child conceived by artificial insemination, contrary to what media reports are saying, clarifies State Rep. Terri Lynn Weaver, a Republican and the bill's sponsor.
What comes to your mind when you hear the word "missionary?" Perhaps things you can't relate to, but many of those perceptions aren't true, or at least not fully true, writes an author from International Mission Board, listing and describing five such false notions.