A student commission at the Georgetown University has said it will not take any action against a student group that had been accused of fostering hatred and intolerance for supporting the official Church teaching on marriage and sexuality.
A 70-year-old Christian man in Pakistan, who had been falsely accused of "blasphemy" and was out on a bail, suddenly died. His family now finds itself even more vulnerable to attacks as they will find it more difficult to prove his innocence.
Days after the U.S. House of Representatives voted for new sanctions against Iran's ballistic missile program, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says his country will carry on with producing missiles for its defense, which he claimed does not go against international accords.
Republican Sen. Susan Collins said Sunday the Senate Intelligence Committee must ask concerned Democrats to re-testify after the new revelation that the "Russia dossier," which alleged President Donald Trump's connections to Russia, was partly funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee.
During an interview with CBS News' "Face the Nation," GOP Sen. Bob Corker said President Donald Trump is exhibiting some of the same tendencies as the "erratic leader" of North Korea in dealing with the ongoing tensions with that country.
Chad Connelly, the Republican Party's first-ever national director of evangelical outreach, has announced his resignation, complaining that the GOP has a "tone deaf attitude" toward the evangelical voting sector.
A church in the United Kingdom will not sing the hymn, "Onward, Christian Soldiers," during the service on Remembrance Sunday, which commemorates the contribution of British war dead, so as not to "offend" non-Christians.
Christians Are Not Strangers in Middle East, but 'Beacon of Truth in Agitated World': Greek Orthodox Patriarch
Calling on Western partners to help keep Christianity in its ancient homeland, Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch John X Yazigi said Christians in the Middle East "are not strangers in that part of the world" and the church is "the beacon of truth in this agitated world."
A 27-year-old man from Virginia is the first U.S. citizen to be convicted of successfully joining the Islamic State terror group, and has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. He had no interest in religion, but abused marijuana, the prosecutor says.
Church George Washington Attended Removes Plaque Honoring First Pres., Quotes Hebrews 13:2 for Reason Why
The historic Episcopalian Christ Church in Alexandria, Virginia, has decided to rip out a plaque that honors the nation's first President George Washington. The church quotes Hebrews 13:2 to explain the move.
A court in Arizona has rejected arguments of evangelical Christian wedding invitation designers that a Phoenix ordinance protecting discrimination against LGBT people forces them to make artwork for same-sex couples, which is against their religious beliefs and freedoms of speech and religion.
A couple in London are looking for a nanny who would not only look after their children but would do so in a completely gender neutral way, "not referring to them as 'she' or 'he,'" among other do's and don'ts on their list of how to allow the children to choose their own gender.
More than 436,000 Rohingya people have fled Myanmar's western Rakhine State to neighboring Bangladesh over the past month, and horrific stories of rape and killing continue to emerge with little help despite the U.N. describing the situation in the Southeast Asian nation as "a textbook example of ethnic cleansing."
Former President Jimmy Carter thinks NFL players shouldn't protest by kneeling during the national anthem.
Former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson has criticized the network for its decision to bring host Bill O'Reilly's talk show back on the air after he settled a $32 million lawsuit over sexual harassment.
Ken Stern, the former CEO of National Public Radio, spent a year venturing "out from my overwhelmingly Democratic neighborhood" by meeting Republicans and attending evangelical church services, which led him to his discovery of "an America far different from the one depicted in the press."
California megachurch pastor Greg Laurie taught his congregation about the role of the Holy Spirit in a believer's life, and also explained what the Bible means by the unforgivable sin of blaspheming against the Holy Spirit.
The diocese of Hereford in the United Kingdom has voted to back services and prayers to bless same-sex unions, putting pressure on the Church of England to abandon its institutional opposition to same-sex marriage.
Amid claims that President Trump told the grieving widow of a U.S. soldier killed during an ambush in Niger this month that her husband "knew what he was signing up for," a widow of an Army staff sergeant who was killed in Afghanistan earlier this year has shared the recording of her call with the president, showing Trump was respectful and kind after her husband's death.
The U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces on Sunday launched their "final" assault on Raqqa, the former de-facto capital of Islamic State, after a convoy of fighters from the terror group and their families were allowed to leave the city.
Pro-life groups Live Action and Susan B. Anthony List are urging Twitter to stop blocking life-affirming messaging that oppose abortion. Facebook, meanwhile, said it would have run such ads.
President Donald Trump proclaimed this week as National Character Counts Week, which is to "reflect on the character of determination, resolve, and honor that makes us proud to be American."
Speaking on Fox News, Robert Jeffress, senior pastor of First Baptist Dallas, urged all Christians and conservatives to call Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and tell him they are as mad as "H.E.-Double L" about his obstruction of President Donald Trump's nominations for judges who would protect conservative values.
A Mississippi school district has removed the novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" from a junior-high reading list, saying they received complaints that some of the book's language "makes people uncomfortable."
Newsweek is receiving criticism for calling the Family Research Council's Values Voter Summit a "hate group" in a story highlighting President Donald Trump as the keynote speaker at the event, which was also attended by his former strategist, Steve Bannon.