Senate Republicans voted down President Barack Obama's $447 billion jobs bill over its controversial tax surcharge on millionaires and its plan on spending in order to stimulate the economy. Still, all signs indicate that Obama will use this vote against Republicans during the 2012 elections.
Wall Street protesters marched along Fifth Avenue in Manhattan Tuesday, to the homes of some of America's biggest corporate mavens in a sign of growing frustration with the super rich.
Anne Graham Lotz carved out a personal path to preaching the gospel that was based simply on her desire to know God, the 63-year-old evangelical told National Public Radio in an interview. She also discussed her relationship with her father, the Rev. Billy Graham, and why she is happy her brother leads his ministry.
Texas minister John Hagee, of John Hagee Ministries and Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, has called on leaders in Washington to do everything in their power to put an end to the continuing violence against Christians in Egypt after a recent confrontation with military forces claimed dozens of lives.
Representatives for the New York City Office of the Chief Medical Examiner will appear in Manhattan Supreme Court on Nov. 23 to challenge an injunction filed by the mother of Zachery Tims to prevent disclosure of the the Florida pastor's cause of death.
The White House is speaking out against the riots in Egypt that have left at least 26 dead and hundreds of others wounded, most of whom are reportedly Coptic Christians.
The parents of 10-month-old Lisa Irwin are creating a reward trust fund to assist in finding the Kansas City girl who disappeared from her home Oct. 3.
Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher, otherwise known as "Joe the Plumber," has filed a statement of candidacy to run for congress in Ohio's Ninth District Thursday, according to the Federal Election Commission website.
Mitt Romney's Mormon faith drew more than usual media attention to the Values Voter Summit over the weekend and exposed, to the glare of the media spotlight, the antipathy of some evangelicals to his candidacy, which could be tied to his Mormon faith, according to a Pew Research Center survey.
Zachery Tims' church, New Destiny Christian Center (NDCC), has changed its official website message and is asking church members to "continue to grow with us as we move forward."
Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney told Values Voter Summit attendees Saturday that "poisonous language doesn't advance our cause."
Wheaton College has rebuffed the intentions of OneWheaton (OW), a recently formed lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) group of alumni and allies, to plan events that will coincide with the Christian liberal arts college's annual homecoming celebration taking place Oct. 7-8.
Prince Harry, 27, has arrived at a U.S. military base in California to begin his last phase of helicopter gunship training, according to a UK Ministry of Defense statement Friday.
Harold Camping has predicted that the world will end on Oct. 21, but has the stroke he suffered not long after his May 21 prediction failed to come to pass having an influence on his recent revamped pronouncements?
The parents of little Lisa Irwin are reportedly no longer cooperating with investigators as a massive search continues for the 10-month-old Kansas City girl who has been missing since Monday.
Vlingo might just be the answer for those who are too impatient to wait for Siri to arrive on Apple's new iPhone 4s.
Hank Williams claims ESPN has stomped all over his First Amendment rights after the sports network fired him for comparing President Barack Obama to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.
Family Radio broadcaster Harold Camping's faulty predictions about the end of times is somewhat of an embarrassment for Christians who blame the California Bible teacher, and other fringe believers, for attracting more mockery of Christians and Bible-based beliefs.
The Rev. Fred L. Shuttlesworth, civil rights champion and co-founder of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), died Wednesday at Princeton Baptist Medical Center in Birmingham, Ala.
Sarah Palin finally ended speculation that she would enter the 2012 presidential campaign late Wednesday when she released a letter to her supporters announcing her decision not to join the race.
In a letter to supporters Wednesday night, the former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin has explained her decision not to run as a presidential candidate for 2012.
A Rasmussen poll has found that 50 percent of Democrats have a favorable opinion of the Wall Street protesters while 43 percent of Republicans register an unfavorable view. The poll found that 45 percent of unaffiliated voters said they had no opinion.
A Pew Research poll released Wednesday found that just 34 percent, of post 9/11 veterans believe the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were worth fighting, which corresponds with a Washington Post-ABC news poll conducted in June that found that 54 percent of the public felt the U.S. should not have fought those wars.
Harold Camping, who said the world would end May 21, has recently reiterated in a new message his belief that the world will come to an end and that believers will actually be raptured on Oct. 21. The California Bible teacher, however, has added a few minor adjustments to his end-of-the-world teachings, now claiming that unbelievers will "probably" not suffer pain in God's judgment.
Pat Robertson, known for making a few curious prophecies and predictions of his own, told viewers during Tuesday's broadcast of "The 700 Club" to be careful of false prophets and that people offer an erroneous "word from the Lord" all the time.