Indiana Right to Life is hailing today as the date on which sweeping pro-life policies passed by the Indiana legislature in HEA 1210 and HEA 1474 will go into full effect, saying these provisions are the most significant improvements to Indiana’s abortion law in nearly four decades.
He never saw it coming. President Obama surprised Defense Secretary Robert Gates by awarding him the prestigious Medal of Freedom at a retirement ceremony at the Pentagon Thursday
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that prison officials in Missouri can force-medicate alleged shooter Jared Lee Loughner, who is being held for a Tucson, Ariz., shooting spree in January in which six people were killed and 13 were injured – including U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.).
New Mexico governor Susana Martinez assured the public on Wednesday that all resources necessary to battle the Las Conchas Fire have been made available. The fire is currently burning close to Los Alamos.
Democratic Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords made her first public appearance Monday night at a NASA event in Houston since being shot in January. She entered in a wheelchair and was greeted with a standing ovation.
Nearly every politician gets it wrong at some point. Sometimes gaffes stick and sometimes they don’t. Minnesota Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann is hoping for the latter.
A federal jury in Chicago convicted former Ill. Gov. Rod Blagojevich on 17 of 20 counts in his corruption trial. The jury deadlocked on two counts and found him not guilty on another.
The Supreme Court issued a 7-2 ruling Monday, striking down a California law that would have banned selling “violent” video games to children.
Brian Welch left one of the most successful metal groups of his era in 2005 after becoming a Christian. The guitarist, who is now telling others about the redeeming power of Christ, will perform at Alive Fest this weekend.
Peter Falk, who was best known for playing Lieutenant Columbo, died Thursday night at the age of 83 at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Sixth-second ranked Sabine Lisicki stunned the tennis world at Wimbledon on Thursday by defeating Li Na, the number three-seed, providing a feel good story that was hard not to get caught up in.
As the New York state legislature debates the legalization of gay marriage, former New York Giants wide receiver David Tyree, star of Super Bowl XLII, continues to speak about the sanctity of marriage between a man and a woman.
In an interview with PEOPLE magazine, due to hit newsstands on Friday, country singer Glen Campbell, 75, and his wife, Kim, reveal that he has Alzheimer’s disease.
Texas A&M baseball players Jacob House and Troy Stein recently spoke to The Christian Post about their faith. The interview was conducted before the Aggies’ exist from the College World Series this week.
A Wal-Mart shopper in Alvin, Texas, who was fed up with people looking the other way when someone does something wrong, chased three men who allegedly were attempting to steal three cases of beer. Authorities eventually caught the men.
Mercedes-Benz is currently designing a hybrid Popemobile for Pope Benedict XVI that has a hybrid electric-gas motor and will come with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that will allow the vehicle to travel for 16 miles without producing any polluting emissions when driven at slower speeds.
NASA commander Mark Kelly announced today on his Facebook page that he is retiring from the U.S. Navy and leaving NASA, effective October 1. Kelly is married to Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords
After the 9th Inning Ministry breakfast in Omaha, Neb., on Saturday, Texas A&M assistant coach Mike Clement made time to talk to The Christian Post about his faith. Coach Clement is in his second year as an assistant coach at A&M and he leads a voluntary weekly Bible study with the team.
A three-run sixth inning put Vanderbilt ahead to stay in the inaugural College World Series game at T.D. Ameritrade Stadium in Omaha, Neb., on Saturday afternoon in front of 22,745 fans. The Commodores went on to defeat North Carolina 7-3.
It won’t be two-and-barbeque for Florida this year at the College World Series, as was the case last season. The Gators came from three runs down to defeat Texas 8-4 on Saturday night in Omaha, Neb., in front of 25,521 fans – a Session II CWS attendance record.
An estimated crowd of 200 College World Series fans turned out for the 12th annual 9th Inning Ministry breakfast in Omaha Saturday morning. They heard former big leaguer Ed Hearn, Texas A&M assistant coach Mike Clement, and Texas A&M players Jacob House and Troy Stein talk about their faith journey.
Southern Baptist Convention President Bryant Wright met with a coalition of leaders from LGBT groups who wanted the Convention to apologize for what they described as the harm the SBC has caused by their teaching on homosexuality.
Southern Baptist messengers voted on seven resolutions at their annual meeting in Phoenix, Ariz., expressing support for undocumented immigrants, calling on President Obama to defend the federal marriage law, and agreeing to civil public discourse. Most were adopted without debate.
Plaxico Burress is accustomed to striking fear in defensive backs in the NFL. Now he’s hoping to strike some healthy fear into children regarding the danger of guns.
The SBC re-elected President Bryant Wright and, in a historic vote, also elected Rev. Fred Luter as its first African-American first vice president.