Halloween is a spooky occasion filled with candy, creepy costumes, and jack-o'-lanterns. But human beings aren't the only ones who like to celebrate this national pastime.
Talk about an odd couple! While some may think that cats and dogs are always enemies, two furry, four-legged creatures in the Commonwealth of Virginia beg to differ.
There are so many unsung heroes in our everyday life, people who do all the jobs and things the rest of us take for granted.
This time Daisy is the one doing the driving. And has paws.
The owner of a Bernese Mountain dog whose videos with his squirrel buddy have gone viral wants her cancer-stricken pooch to have decent final days.
A Pennsylvania husband and father who is dying from neuroendocrine pancreatic cancer is seeking help from the world to look after his family after his death.
Long, long ago, the movie "Back to the Future II" showed us what the world would look like in the year 2015.
A Bernese Mountain Dog may seem to be a fierce breed, but deep within that furry exterior is a placid demeanor.
A group of women have decided that it's not enough to just follow the advice of cows and eat more chicken; they must sing about it.
Grammy award-winning singer Sam Smith may not have a biblical worldview per se, but his music does allude to it.
Famed atheist author and intellectual Richard Dawkins may have gone a full 24 hours without insulting anyone on Twitter.
World-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma was recently featured on the "Late Show" with Stephen Colbert, performing Camille Saint-Saëns's "The Swan." The sound was an auditory feast.
Imagine ... the next great competitive sport: Jelly Tennis. Yes, you read that right.
As flooding ravages South Carolina in the wake of Hurricane Joaquin, a weather news program caught a daring water rescue.
As June rolls on, many Americans are waiting for the U.S. Supreme Court to deliver a landmark decision on whether or not states can ban gay marriage.
As the first head of the Roman Catholic Church to be from Latin America and winner of Time Magazine's Person of the Year, Pope Francis is kind of a big deal.
Sometimes organizations and activists who profess atheism have brought before our fragile public sphere a great profound contemplation with their legal action.
Over a quarter of a million Americans wanted the White House to deport Canadian pop star and TMZ magnet Justin Bieber.
After months of waiting, people have had it. Well, as of Friday, at least a few hundred people have had it anyway.
In the United States of America, whenever a cause wants to garner national awareness, it often attempts to do so by staging an event in Washington, DC.
New data collected by the digital data analytics company Quantcast has found that The Christian Post has even more online traffic than the Obamacare website, according to information available on Dec. 3, 2013.
Of the many pieces of recent federal legislation, few elicit as much emotion and controversy as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Commonly known as "Obamacare," the bill became law in March 2010 and has been the subject of scores of bills and lawsuits meant to bring it down.
On Wednesday, people across the United States of America remembered the anniversary of the terrorist attacks on 9/11. Places like The Pentagon and New York City were the sites of ceremonies in remembrance of those lost.