Thousands of people attending Saturday's prayer rally in Texas seemed oblivious to the controversy surrounding the event as they focused all their attention on glorifying one name – Jesus.
Mitt Romney, Michele Bachmann and Rick Santorum have signed a new marriage pledge. It was created by the National Organization for Marriage as a way of getting confirmation that the GOP candidates will do more than talk the talk.
Gabrielle Giffords surprised Congress Monday night when she appeared for the 11th hour debt ceiling vote on the floor of the House of Representatives.
Amid the debate over whether "fundamentalist Christian" was an appropriate label for the man behind the attacks in Norway last week, comedian and TV host Bill Maher didn't hesitate on Friday to use that label.
Fox News Host Bill O'Reilly is appalled, along with many others, over the media's use of the word "Christian" to identify the killer responsible for dozens of deaths in Norway.
The suspect behind the slaughter of dozens in Norway wanted to force a revolution in the country, his lawyer said Sunday.
Amy Winehouse was found dead in her London home Saturday. Winehouse was only 27. The cause of her death was not immediately known.
President Barack Obama took the final major step toward ending "don't ask, don't tell" by certifying its repeal on Friday. In 60 days, gay and lesbian service members will be allowed to serve openly in the military
Dr. Albert Mohler, president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, concedes that therapy – the secular kind – is not likely to change a person. But there is hope when a person acknowledges sin and is redeemed by Christ.
Marcus Bachmann came out in defense of the Christian counseling business he and his wife, Michele, own, maintaining that they do not have an agenda of trying to change someone – namely from gay to straight.
A federal appeals court on Monday issued an order, calling on the U.S. government to clarify its stance on the "don’t ask, don't tell" military policy.
The Rhode Island Senate passed a bill on Wednesday that allows civil unions for same-sex couples in the state. The measure was passed just days after the landmark approval of gay marriage in New York.
President Obama is under pressure over what many view as inconsistency in his same-sex marriage stance. One prominent evangelical agrees with the media that Obama has been “very coy” on this issue.
The Republican senator who switched from undecided to affirming gay marriage in New York defended himself on Monday, saying he simply did the research and that's how he changed.
CNN's first sports anchor, Nick Charles, died Saturday of cancer. He was 64. Charles had been battling bladder cancer since 2009
Former House speaker Newt Gingrich responded to the legalization of same-sex marriage in New York, telling reporters on Saturday that he believes the country is moving toward “a terrible muddle.”
Elisabeth Hasselbeck of "The View" came out in defense of former New York Giants wide receiver David Tyree who has been in the media spotlight recently for expressing his opposition to same-sex marriage.
A confident Rick Perry called on Republicans to stand proud and stop apologizing for their conservative values as he addressed hundreds at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans.
Ron Paul emerged as the big winner of the Southern Republican Leadership Conference's straw poll. Coming in second was Jon Huntsman.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday to uphold Judge Vaughn Walker's decision to strike down California's same-sex marriage ban. Proponents of Proposition 8 – which defines marriage as between a man and a woman – had asked that Walker's 2010 ruling be vacated
Monday night's Republican presidential debate touched on the issue of Muslims in America with Herman Cain having to explain an earlier statement he made that he would not appoint one in his administration.
With the 2012 presidential race already taking shape, the question again is arising on how Christians should engage in politics and do so without losing sight of their faith.
Rep. Anthony Weiner is requesting a leave of absence to seek treatment to become a better husband following his Twitter scandal. Weiner's request comes amid numerous calls from Democrats to resign following his Twitter scandal.
After igniting a firestorm over his arguments on why he won't vote for a Mormon for U.S. president, evangelical journalist Warren Cole Smith is responding to criticism, including claims of bigotry.
A spokesman for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints had some strong words for an evangelical who suggested Mormons should not serve as President of the United States.