Not all positive reviews posted on Amazon.com come from satisfied customers, as a new report reveals that there are people who get paid to produce those glowing write-ups.
While preparing for the upcoming NFL season with his teammates, Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson was spotted sporting a shirt with Bible verses.
Three kids from Aurora, Colorado were shown returning a wallet full of money by a doorbell camera.
Trevor Hoffman is now officially part of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and during his induction speech, he summed up the journey he went on over the course of his professional career with a Bible verse.
Amazon's "Lord of the Rings" TV series finally has its writers, as the company recently announced that Patrick McKay and J.D. Payne have been chosen to lead the project.
A lawsuit has been filed in the U.S. District Court in Kansas City on behalf of two of the nine members of an Indiana family who were killed when a duck boat capsized at Table Rock Lake near Branson, Missouri, on July 19.
A church in Wisconsin recently bought a closed down strip club.
Milwaukee police officer Michael Michalski was shot and killed in the line of duty Wednesday.
In pursuit of being able to drink the best kind of water they can on a regular basis, people have taken to purchasing all kinds of bottled water and using filters, but some experts say that tap water is just as good.
New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge was injured in the team's recent game against the Kansas City Royals, and the fans in attendance at Yankee Stadium expressed their support for him by holding a vigil.
Researchers are looking into a possible link between what people eat and their mental health, and a new study set to be released next month might shed light on what types of food could help people who suffer from anxiety and depression.
An in-depth investigation conducted by USA Today points to different reasons why the U.S. has become the "most dangerous place in the developed world" for giving birth to a child.
The Asbury First United Methodist Church in Rochester, New York has its sights set on breaking a Guinness World Record based on the game of hopscotch next month.
Lamar Odom is set to make his return to professional basketball soon, and he credits God for being granted this new opportunity.
Wynter Pitts, a well-known Christian author, speaker and founder of For Girls Like You magazine, died "suddenly" on Tuesday. She was 38 and leaves behind her husband and four young girls.
Cedars are closely associated to Lebanon, with the tree even serving as the country's national emblem. The relationship between the country and the cedar is even documented in Scripture.
Actor Kelsey Grammer is reportedly "fielding interest" in a potential reboot of the sitcom "Frasier."
Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly, says the latest round of MRI scans provided good news for his family.
Turning vacant parking lots into parks can have a positive impact on the mental health of residents living nearby, according to a new study.
A person's ideal time for exercising depends on why they are working out in the first place.
Chick-fil-A, the fast food chain that has its roots firmly planted in the state of Georgia, is now planning to spread its wings and venture into international territory.
A miniature Bible that traveled all the way to the moon in the Apollo 14 mission is set to be put up for auction later this week.
Uber riders could be on the receiving end of a higher-than-expected bill, and the reason for it could be a scam that's starting to get more publicity.
A foundation led by Christian athletes Zach and Julie Ertz, the Ertz Family Foundation, has already raised enough money to benefit several charitable causes.
Tim Tebow's second season is probably over, but at least one high-ranking New York Mets official is calling it a success.