As U.S. law enforcement officials and the White House hesitated to call Sunday's mass shooting by 64-year-old gunman Stephen Paddock an act of domestic terrorism earlier this week, outspoken internet star and pastor Greg Locke quickly declared it an ungodly "terrorist event."
As law enforcement and family members of Stephen Paddock struggled to explain why he executed the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history Sunday, CBN chairman and popular televangelist Pat Robertson has blamed the shooter's actions on "disrespect" for President Donald Trump, the national anthem, veterans, and the law in general.
In his first interview in several years, rock 'n' roll legend Little Richard, who has described himself as both "omnisexual" and "gay" in the past, says he's dedicating his final years to living holy "like Jesus" and insisted men should live as men, and women should live as women, the way God intended.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned Tuesday that overweight and obesity have been linked to increased risk of 13 different types of cancers, which account for some 40 percent of cancer diagnoses nationwide.
Before Sunday's inexplicable massacre in Las Vegas, Stephen Paddock's only connection to crime was his "psychopathic" father who was rarely around when he was a boy. Now his family and law enforcement officials are trying to understand how and why he suddenly became a mass murderer.
Popular political commentator Bill O'Reilly staunchly defended the Second Amendment and the right of everyone, including "loons," to bear arms Monday, calling mass murder "the price of freedom" as America reeled from the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.
The House is expected to vote Tuesday on a controversial bill backed by the Trump administration that would make it a crime for anyone to perform or attempt to perform an abortion of a baby that is 20 weeks or older.
Emanuel Kidega Samson, 25, the ex-member of Burnette Chapel Church of Christ in Antioch, Tennessee, who shot eight people including one fatally at his old church, was motivated by revenge for the nine churchgoers who were killed by Dylann Roof in 2015.
A tearful Hope Carpenter, who co-founded the 21,000-member Redemption Church in Greenville, South Carolina, with her husband Ron Carpenter Jr., apologized to their multiracial congregation Sunday for slamming NFL players protesting social injustice during the national anthem as wrong.
Nearly 68,000 NFL fans have signed a petition to remove a statue of former Baltimore Ravens linebacker and born-again Christian Ray Lewis from M&T Bank Stadium after he apparently joined current players in kneeling during the national anthem Sunday.
A coalition of prominent evangelical leaders, including Southern Baptist Convention President Steve Gaines, SBC's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission President Russell Moore and Bishop T. D. Jakes are urging President Donald Trump to further condemn the alt-right movement as "racist, evil, and antithetical to a well-ordered, peaceful society."
Deshaun Watson, the 22-year-old Christian rookie quarterback for the Houston Texans whose family once received a house built by Habitat for Humanity, paid it forward this week when he donated his first paycheck of $27,353 to three workers in the NRG Stadium cafeteria who were affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Popular megachurch pastor, Bishop T.D. Jakes of The Potter's House in Dallas, Texas, sparked a furor online Sunday when he told his 2.8 million followers on Twitter that if they obey God, they will never be broke again.
President of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, Russell Moore, condemned the "idea of success" propagated by the late Playboy magazine founder, Hugh Hefner, and called out "many church leaders" who seem "fine" with the situation as civil rights activist, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, saluted the iconic businessman's influence on American culture.
A father of 12 who was accused of shooting a greeter at a church he once attended in Kansas City, just one week after he was hailed as a "good Samaritan" for saving another man's life, was found shot dead last week.
Ron Carpenter Jr., who has spent more than 25 years building a 21,000-member multiracial congregation, was forced to apologize to hurt parishioners late Tuesday after his wife made controversial comments online, arguing that NFL players protesting during the national anthem is wrong.
As members of the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ in Antioch, Tennessee, continue to reel from the deadly attack on their church by ex-member Emanuel Kidega Samson, 25, on Sunday, the church's pastor said at a press conference Tuesday that a humble member, Robert Caleb Engle, 22, likely prevented many deaths.
Two months after undergoing emergency surgery for brain cancer in July, U.S. Sen. John McCain, who is currently fighting the disease with both radiation and chemotherapy, said doctors have told him his chances of survival are "very poor."
Calling NFL players and other athletes who take a knee during the national anthem disrespectful of America and its leaders, megachurch Pastor Robert Jeffress of First Baptist Dallas said Monday that they should be thankful they do not live in North Korea where they would be shot in the head for their activism.
Members of the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ in Antioch, Tennessee, plan to grieve their dead and injured at a vigil outside the church Monday evening after a disgruntled former member shot eight persons, fatally wounding a married mother of two at the church on Sunday.
Former Baltimore Ravens linebacker and born-again Christian Ray Lewis is being skewered by both longtime fans and critics on social media for kneeling in protest with NFL players during the playing of the U.S. national anthem ahead of a football game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Jessie Goline, a Christian art teacher who publicly praised her husband for his purity and faith, could be sentenced to 10- to 40-years or life in prison after police say she had sex with four male students at her home in Jonesboro, Arkansas, over several months.
Carrie Lynn DeKlyen, 37, a cancer-stricken Christian woman from Michigan who died two weeks ago after giving birth to a daughter will now be joined in her grave by the child who was named Life Lynn. DeKlyen had refused chemotherapy to save her then unborn daughter.