R. Leigh Coleman

Christian Post Reporter

New Investigation: Gulf Oil Spill Blamed on BP

Transocean, the owner and operator of the drilling rig that caught fire and sank in the Gulf of Mexico last year, has concluded in an internal investigation that oil well owner BP was primarily responsible for the massive oil spill that resulted.

Study: Social Media Saves Lives in the Middle East

Social networking websites now play a critical role in anti-government protests sweeping the Middle East and North Africa. But media experts say the people, not the technology, are driving the demonstrations. Social media is also saving lives in the Middle East.

Honor Thy Father

There are countless lessons we have learned from our Dad or another important person in our lives. We all honor and remember our fathers and father figures in different ways.

West Nile Hits U.S.

Health officials discovered the first case of West Nile in a batch of birds in northern Illinois on Friday and believe a hot summer could increase mosquito activity, which could lead to the spread of the disease.

Christian Doctors Testify of Modern-Day Miracles

Medical miracles are being presented by various respected doctors as they search for evidence of Divine Healing at the 8th Annual International “Spirituality and Medicine” Conference at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre in Australia.

Pentagon Papers Now Open to Public

The National Archives and the Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon Presidential Libraries released on Monday in its entirety the official Report of the Office of the Secretary of Defense Vietnam Task Force (commonly referred to as the Pentagon Papers).

Human Rights Crisis in Syria Escalates

The Syrian government’s offensive in northern Syria has created a human rights crisis and despite the efforts of Syrian authorities to prevent access to the country, Human Rights Watch researchers are interviewing citizens inside Syria.

Same-Sex Couples in Cambridge Get Stipend

The city of Cambridge, Mass., which is considered by some as a progressive municipality after becoming the first in the nation to offer same-sex marriage licenses, has approved another piece of legislation that is most likely the first of its kind to hit the city coffers.