A rainbow appeared in the sky above Taiwan's capital Taipei this week and lasted for nine hours to become the longest-lasting rainbow in history, two scientists have claimed.
The proportion of people who say they trust priests to tell the truth has reached an all-time low in Britain, while the number of those trusting politicians and police has risen, according to an Ipsos MORI survey.
The British government has slammed U.S. President Donald Trump for retweeting inflammatory videos with anti-Muslim content posted by a far-right political group in the U.K., but a former Ku Klux Klan leader praised Trump for "condemning" what "fake news media" wouldn't.
Numerous allegations of high-profile men abusing their power have been made in recent weeks, but what really counts as sexual harassment? To help answer this question, Barna conducted a national survey of U.S. adults.
Christian ethicist Russell Moore blasted Fox News commentator Geraldo Rivera for defending Matt Lauer, co-host of the "Today" show, whom NBC fired after a complaint from a colleague about inappropriate sexual behavior.
"I should have left them in jail!" President Donald Trump said, responding to remarks by Lavar Ball, a media personality and the father of one of the three UCLA basketball players arrested in China on suspicion of shoplifting, that the president had little to do with the release of the students.
Speaking on CBS News' "Face the Nation," National Review senior writer David French said it would be good for the Republicans if GOP candidate for U.S. Senate Roy Moore, who has been accused of sexual misconduct by several women, loses.
Ben Sasse to Iowa Republicans: Liberals Rejecting Religious Freedom, Conservatives Against Press Freedom
Nebraska Republican Senator Ben Sasse spoke to a crowd of about 500 Christian conservatives at the "Celebrate the Family Banquet" in Des Moines during the weekend, telling them he was not there to talk about politics or elections and criticizing both liberals and conservatives for rejecting religious liberty and not believing in the freedom of the press, respectively.
A Catholic priest from Detroit, Michigan, Father Solanus Casey, is one step closer to becoming a possible Catholic saint after a beatification mass was held in the city on Saturday, 60 years after his death. Not allowed to preach, the priest served the needy and was recognized for his humility that brought people to God.
Dozens of Christian civilians were killed while others in the community bore the brunt of the six-month conflict on the southern Philippine island of Mindanao between the country's military and militants allied to the Islamic State group, which ended last month, according to a detailed report by Amnesty International.
Baptist pastors and other ministers in Alabama have denounced and condemned sexual abuse, assault, harassment and exploitation of women, especially by men in power, in the wake of sexual misconduct accusations against Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Roy Moore.
A court in France has ruled that Christmas nativity scenes cannot be displayed in public buildings unless they are installed for cultural, artistic or festive purposes alone.
Christian Leaders Must Help Save British Woman Held Hostage in Iran: Former Archbishop of Canterbury
Former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, called on Christian leaders to intervene for the release of a British mother being held in an Iranian prison, condemning London and Tehran for putting diplomacy before the life of the woman.
Officials at Queens College in New York City say they will change policies that discriminated against pro-life student groups by not giving them official recognition, after a settlement was reached in a lawsuit against the school.
A former executive at Google has filed papers with the IRS to set up a non-profit religious organization that can be seen as a church of artificial intelligence, where technology would be worshipped and a godhead would be created.
Rep. Jackie Speier, a Democrat from California, says two current members of Congress, one Republican and one Democrat, have been accused of sexual harassment, and that the House has paid out millions in harassment settlements over more than a decade.
Another Alabama woman has come forward to accuse Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Judge Roy Moore of making unwanted advances, saying he grabbed her buttocks in his law office.
As the humanitarian crisis in Buddhist-majority Myanmar is "growing progressively worse" with ethnic Rohingyas bearing the brunt of the military's attacks and fleeing the ongoing violence, the U.S.-based Christian group World Relief is providing help and raising emergency funds for the Muslim minority.
Denying accusations of sexual misconduct, Roy Moore, Alabama's Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate, admits he may have dated girls in their late teens when he was in his 30s, but rebuts claims that he attempted a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl. Many Republican senators, however, are calling on him to drop out.
A Houston federal judge has given FEMA three weeks to decide if its going to change its policy of denying disaster relief to religious institutions, rejecting FEMA's attempt to delay a challenge by three Texas churches.
Addressing pilgrims at the Vatican on Sunday, Pope Francis said those in authority, in government or in church, must not expect others to do what they themselves fail to do, and that true power is expressed best through service and a good example.
Three Chinese provinces have expelled hundreds of South Korean Christians for allegedly helping North Korean defectors as the country's communist government carries on with its clampdown on religious activities, according to a report.
A French national and green card holder who lives in Massachusetts has filed a federal lawsuit against the U.S. government over its citizenship oath, which ends with "so help me God."
A group of drunken Hindu nationalists brutally beat a 26-year-old pastor in southern India who had been falsely accused of "forcibly" converting five families. It was an attempt to murder, the victim's wife says.
USAID is stalling President Donald Trump's initiative to stop funding "ineffective" relief efforts at the United Nations and provide support directly to persecuted Christians and other minorities in the Middle East through the agency, says Laura Ingraham on her show "The Ingraham Angle."