Mitt Romney refused to answer a question on whether homosexuality is a sin while on CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight. He was pressed about the polarizing issue this week but all Romney replied with was "nice try."
Rick Santorum is launching his bid for the Republican presidential nomination Monday morning. And as Santorum told ABC News early Monday, he is "in it to win."
Considered a Washington outsider with little name recognition, Herman Cain tried to make his case to conservative Christian voters Saturday, expressing nothing less than confidence.
Evangelicals are least likely compared to the rest of the American public to support a Mormon candidate for president. Perhaps that's why this year's two Mormon contenders showed up Friday at a major faith conference.
Jack Kevorkian wasn't a religious man. Kevorkian didn't know whether he believed in God or if God even existed. But what the now late pathologist, notorious for assisting in the suicides of 130 people, did feel about religion was that it was in his way of legalizing the controversial procedure.
Jack Kevorkian, who helped more than 100 people end their lives, died Friday in Michigan. He was 83. Known as "Dr. Death," Kevorkian was a notorious physician-assisted suicide advocate
A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that New York City public schools can prohibit churches from using the facilities for worship services.
Don't count Donald Trump out of the race to the White House just yet. Though the business mogul and celebrity announced in May that he would not be entering the 2012 presidential race, Trump revealed on Wednesday that he's again considering the country's top office.
Protesters in Yemen took another violent hit from forces loyal to President Ali Abdullah Saleh early Monday. The Yemeni soldiers fired on the crowd, killing at least 20.
With Matt Hill still missing, hundreds of friends and members of Capitol Hill Baptist Church spent Saturday passing out flyers in Washington, D.C., in hopes of obtaining any information they can to find him.
A 26-year-old Christian outreach worker has been missing since Tuesday in Washington, D.C. Police have now classified Matt Hill as a critical missing person.
A 3-year-old boy who was missing since Oklahoma was struck by a powerful tornado earlier this week was found dead Thursday near his home. Both Ryan Hamil and his 15-month-old brother, Colt, were killed in Tuesday's storms.
The Oprah Winfrey Show, the most popular talk show on TV, is airing its farewell episode Wednesday. With a wide fan base and a long list of celebrity supporters, her influence is undeniable. But some have gone as far as to deem her as a sort of spiritual leader in America.
More than half of Americans say marriage for gays and lesbians should be legal, Gallup reported. This is the first time a majority of Americans indicated support for same-sex marriage.
Herman Cain, former CEO of Godfather's Pizza, announced his bid for the White House on Saturday. Cain enters the 2012 presidential race just as polls indicate there is no clear GOP frontrunner
Christian protesters who were calling for government protection in Egypt were attacked over the weekend. The attacks came just a day after Egypt's military government had vowed to tighten security amid growing fears
President Barack Obama made an appearance Thursday morning at the annual National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast, where he assured the crowd that he is doing his part to try to fix the country's immigration system.
Days after announcing the death of Osama bin Laden, President Barack Obama laid a wreath at ground zero in New York City on Thursday in remembrance of the victims of 9/11.
Thousands across the country are observing the 60th National Day of Prayer today. And unlike last year, Christians are doing so with ease, knowing that a previous ruling that declared the prayer day unconstitutional has been overturned.
Legislation to allow civil unions for same-sex couples was introduced in Rhode Island on Tuesday, drawing protest from both sides of the gay marriage debate.
Americans are waking up Monday morning to the news that al-Qaida founder Osama bin Laden is dead. President Barack Obama announced late Sunday night in a televised appearance that U.S. forces killed bin Laden during a firefight in Abbottabad, Pakistan.
President Barack Obama on Friday proclaimed May 5 as the National Day of Prayer, continuing a long tradition in the face of protest.
Despite appeals from religious freedom groups, Chinese authorities continued their crackdown on a prominent house church, stopping hundreds of Christians from holding Easter services outdoors on Sunday.
Terry Jones, infamous for burning a Quran in Florida, was jailed for a brief time on Friday, preventing him from protesting in front of a mosque in Dearborn, Mich., as he had planned.
Hundreds of Christians in China were detained Sunday as they tried to hold worship service outside. According to the China Aid Association, "all but a handful" were released 24 hours later.