San Diego’s mayoral race is featuring two openly gay candidates as leading contenders.
The Harvard Business Review has created a special section specifically dedicated to the legacy of Steve Jobs with writers from across the nation and Harvard students and professors weighing in on his influence and unprecedented innovations. The business school also created a blog in the name of Steve Jobs.
Bishops across the country have started a campaign against the Obama administration to challenge its treatment of religious freedoms in the country.
A man in the Philippines has had multiple cosmetic surgeries in order to look like Superman.
Over 200,000 people have signed a petition to protest Bank of America’s plans to charge customers a $5 fee if they use their debit cards to make purchases.
Nearly half of all Americans lived in a household that received some kind of government benefit during the first three months of last year, based on new Census data. That's even higher than the figure recorded during the depths of the Great Recession.
Gun-toting advocates are closely watching a Georgia court battle this week over whether or not concealed weapons should be allowed in churches, synagogues and other houses of worship.
As technology and design admirers flocked to Apple stores worldwide on Thursday to express their sorrow at the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, some are wondering if he had a spiritual life.
Muslims Against Crusades, a radical Islamic organization, featured a controversial hate message on the front page of its website this week titled, “Is the Assassination of President Obama Legal?”
Lawyers for Proposition 8's backers filed a motion this week in the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco to have the judge removed from the case ruling because he kept it secret that he was in a long-term homosexual relationship.
Author Os Hillman writes in his new book, Change Agent, that Christians today have the power to stop being second-class citizens and transform themselves into solution providers and effectively change the course of our eroding culture.
After a three-day meeting that ended this week, the 12 bishops from the Church of Ireland say they committed to work together to find some common ground and work out their disagreements about homosexuality and same-sex marriage within the church.
Katie Davis has a story that makes radio talk show hosts stop in their tracks and say in deep disbelief, "No, she didn’t." But, yes she did! At the age of 19, Katie Davis left the comforts of upper-middle class life in the U.S. to move to Uganda in East Africa to start a nonprofit organization and adopt 13 orphans.
A recent atheist-Christian debate on the existence of God at an Alabama college campus drew nearly 2,000 people.
Republican presidential hopefuls are now in the midst of a racially charged debate after it was discovered that GOP candidate Rick Perry’s old West Texas hunting camp was named “N*****head.”
A recent U.K. report is giving fuel to British humanists who point out that non-religious and Christian respondents have practically the same level of civic engagement and volunteering.
Jurors in the latest Oregon City faith healing trial reached a guilty verdict this week against Dale and Shannon Hickman. The Hickmans will be sentenced for second-degree manslaughter in failing to seek medical treatment for their son who was born two months premature.
While religious leaders discuss signs of the times in biblical terms, atheism in America seems to be getting louder, with public campaigns, rallies, billboards, TV appearances and aerial banners, all aimed at gaining attention and drowning out the Christian message. Atheist summer camps now even exist for children.
One of the most important religious cases disputed in years, involving the separation of church and state, will soon come before the U.S. Supreme Court. The legal battle could change whether or not the federal government can dictate or interfere with church authority.
In Tennessee, the number of gay couples doubled in the space of a decade. Out of 10,898 self-reported same-sex couples in 2010, 1,959 identified themselves as married to their partner, and 1,968 families were raising children under age 18.
A Massachusetts man was arrested Wednesday for allegedly masterminding a plot to hit the nation's capitol building with explosive-laden remote-controlled airplanes followed by a ground assault, the Department of Justice said.
Publishing veteran Don Jacobson is the author of God Makes Lemonade: True Stories that Sweeten and Inspire that highlights true stories with that unexpected blessing of hope from God after a difficult trial.
NASA is kicking off the new International Space Apps Competition by asking scientists, engineers, and the every day person to develop apps for smartphones, computers and websites and use scientific data to study things like weather-related hazards, discovery of ocean-related hazards and other pressing issues.
Outside the front entrance of a Mississippi high school, near the flagpole, roughly 50 students were gathered to participate in the annual national See You at the Pole event. Since its beginning in 1990, See You at the Pole has been held every fourth Wednesday of September.
Mylow Young is an author who struggled with severe drug addiction for more than half of his life. He has written his debut novel, Against the Gates of Hell: A Crack House Exodus, that reveals an inside look at the internal and external struggles of twin brothers who find themselves in need of God’s grace, love and forgiveness and a second chance as they fight for their lives against the very gates of hell.