Tourists have been fleeing Mexico's Caribbean coast as Hurricane Rina blew through popular vacation spots like Cancun, leading to a hectic travel circuit for residents and vacationers.
A newborn baby was found in the trunk of a car in the parking lot of an Illinois Presbyterian Church Sunday Oct. 23.
A Minnesota farm is recalling organic eggs after at least six people grew ill from salmonella.
Harold Camping’s Family Radio Stations Inc. had a broadcast Saturday asking people to make donations to the network and encouraging financial support from listeners.
The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia died early Saturday eliciting succession questions in the vital oil-producing country.
New footage has emerged showing ex-Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s capture by rebel fighters from a new angle, where Gaddafi falls to his knees in his final moments while rebels argue over whether to kill him.
The burial of slain leader Muammar Gaddafi has been delayed until the circumstances of his death can be examined by officials who are making a decision about where to bury the body of the slain leader and in what kind of fashion.
Friday is the fourth predication for the end of the world from America’s favorite false prophet Harold Camping. Many believe Camping to be deluded, but what about his $80 million empire Family Radio?
U.S. President Barack Obama said on Thursday that the U.S. would be a partner to Libya following the death of dictator Muammar Gaddafi.
Iranian Pastor Death Sentence: Australian Christians Urge Government to Increase International Pressure
The Australian Christian Lobby, a Christian political lobby group based in Canberra, Australia, is advocating for the Australian government to make representations to Iran concerning the Christian pastor who may be executed for his faith.
The deaths of 25 people across the country due to listeria-infected cantaloupes can be blamed on filthy conditions unearthed through an investigation at Jensen Farms in Colorado, the root of the contamination.
Casey Anthony is getting the silver screen treatment with her own E! True Hollywood Story.
Financial rewards are rolling in for the brave woman who rescued a bleeding two-year-old little girl who was run over twice on a street in China and was exposed to the world through a viral video that revealed dozens of passers-by who ignored the toddler’s plight.
New data reveals that churches have the financial power to end child deaths. But because of sinking tithing income, 10 nations across the globe are making zero progress in reducing the painstakingly high child mortality rate.
The Marine Corps ended its controversial ban on bracelets honoring U.S. troops killed in combat. Commandant Gen. Jim Amos announced a lift on the ban Tuesday allowing marines in uniform to wear the Killed in Action (KIA) bracelets that bear the names of the fallen in Afghanistan, Iraq or other combat zones.
Litigation over a church crushed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks ended last week when a heated debate between the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and the Port Authority of New York was resolved.
A security camera video of a two-year-old little girl being run over twice on a street in China has exploded across the web in recent days and has drawn a chorus of horrified reactions from people across the world.
A Middle-East Church leader has expressed his concern for Christians and the potential adverse consequences that could result from increased pressure by the Syrian government, and especially if violence escalates into a fully blown civil war.
If you love your marriage, you’ll keep your money out of it because according to new research, materialism is destroying American marriages. If one or both partners place a high importance on getting or spending money, researchers found that they were less likely to have satisfying, stable relationships.
Vandals threw bricks through the window of a Christian school in suburban Chicago Saturday, the morning before a scheduled appearance by well-known conservative Christian activist against homosexuality, Scott Lively.
Amanda Knox’s prosecutors have criticized a magazine for their glossy giveaway of kitchen knives and a pizza slicer in the edition with a huge image of a sobbing Knox on the cover.
The recent success of Christian films like “Seven Days in Utopia” and "Machine Gun Preacher" has movie industry insiders asking the question, “Are Evangelicals Saving Hollywood?” Or better yet, what does the mainstream acceptance of recent Christian films say about the faith-based movie business?
There is major debate surrounding the Personhood Amendment bill in Mississippi, which has left residents, politicians and advocacy groups asking complicated ethical questions surrounding abortion, reproductive rights and contraception.
A federal jury convicted three North Carolina men Thursday in a trial that focused on a plot to carry out terrorist attacks on the U.S. Marine Corps base at Quantico, Va., and targets overseas.
Since the launch of iOS 5 Thursday, users have been lamenting across the web about upgrade challenges they are facing in the downloading of Apple’s new operating system – especially about the error messages they receive during their set-up process.