Charles Evers, brother of civil rights icon Medgar Evers who was assassinated in front of his Jackson home in 1963, has endorsed Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump declaring there is no evidence that the billionaire is racist.
A New England Episcopal priest who says she aborted an accidental pregnancy while she was in divinity school is now among a group of high-powered pro-abortion women seeking to convince the Supreme Court to ease abortion restrictions.
Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont came under fire Sunday when he suggested during the Democratic presidential debate in Flint, Michigan that white Americans don't know what it's like to be poor or live in the "ghetto."
PLOS ONE, a popular peer-reviewed open access scientific journal published by the Public Library of Science, decided Thursday that it would retract a paper it published earlier this year that credits the "Creator" with the design of the human hand.
Fox Business anchor, Lou Dobbs ripped into Mitt Romney and House Speaker Paul Ryan who formed the failed 2012 Republican presidential ticket as the "twosome from hell" Thursday for criticizing 2016 GOP presidential frontrunner.
Pastor Robert Jeffress, leader of the influential 12,000-member First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, declared Wednesday that Republicans who have vowed never to support Donald Trump if he becomes the Republican presidential nominee are "fools."
The Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability has been accused of helping former Mars Hill Church Pastor Mark Driscoll, and his chief elder, Sutton Turner, engage in fraud and racketeering concerning donor contributions.
William Schooler, 70, the beloved pastor and community advocate who was shot dead inside his church by his younger brother while the choir sang on Sunday, might have been killed due to a longtime dispute over inheritance money.
The #NeverTrump hashtag revolt against Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump which has been steadily gaining momentum over the weekend, got the endorsement of Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska on Sunday making him the first elected Republican to do so.
A community of congregants and family members are now struggling with shock and grief after William Schooler, 70, a longtime pastor and community advocate in Ohio, was fatally gunned down in his office, allegedly by his younger brother in church Sunday.
The National Religious Broadcasters affirmed traditional marriage and condemned any sexual act outside that union, including pornography and homosexuality, in a new version of their Statement of Faith adopted Tuesday.
The National Religious Broadcasters has terminated the membership of embattled missions agency Gospel for Asia, which was hit with a bombshell class action lawsuit alleging fraudulent use of donor money earlier this month, due to financial accountability issues.
Conservative talk show host Glenn Beck called supporters of Donald Trump nasty and said the Republican presidential frontrunner is grooming "brownshirts" after he crashed a speech Beck was giving at a Caucus site in Nevada Tuesday night.
A young father who wanted to maintain his "free, happy life" was sentenced to 14 years in prison for burning his eight-month pregnant teenage girlfriend alive because he couldn't bear the thought of losing his freedom to fatherhood.
Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton incited shouts and screams from audience members at the Stellar Awards show in Las Vegas, Nevada, last weekend when she talked her way through a portion of the lyrics to popular Christian hymn "His Eye Is On The Sparrow."
The student government at the University of Nebraska at Kearney has come under fire after an attempt was made to scuttle a strong request by students to get a Chick-fil-A restaurant on campus due to CEO Dan Cathy's support for traditional marriage.
Valerie Huber, president and CEO of Ascend, formerly the National Abstinence Education Association said Monday that President Barack Obama's proposal to defund abstinence-only education programs because they are not "evidenced-based" is "indefensible."
Black Lives Matter: Chicago co-founder Aislinn Pulley rejected an invitation to meet with President Barack Obama to discuss race relations Thursday, dismissing it as a mere photo-op and "90-second sound bite" for the president.