Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz said that he will push for a ban against Syrian Muslims entering the United States due to America's inability to distinguish refugees from terrorists.
As concerns mount in the U.S. and Europe about the background of Syrian refugees, police in Turkey arrested eight suspects Wednesday who are believed to be Islamic State militants.
Pro-lifers criticized Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson's comment that the Congressional intervention during the Terri Schiavo case was "much ado about nothing."
While calling for greater global cooperation on terrorism Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said financing for ISIS is coming from 40 nations, including some G20 states.
ISIS has ruthlessly targeted Yazidi minorities in Iraq and the Obama administration has moved to label attacks against them "an act of genocide. But are Christians being counted among the terror group's victims?
Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes said that while U.S. law enforcement is vigilant, there is no "specific, credible threat" of a terror attack from the ISIS on American soil.
The island of Cyprus, along with Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, are joining other European Union nations in saying that because of cultural differences, they prefer to take in Christian migrants of the refugee crisis.
In response to recent waves of campus activism, Republican Presidential candidate Ben Carson is warning Americans about the dangers of political correctness, while Democrat candidate Bernie Sanders helped inspire the Million Student March movement.
ISIS continues its expansion into Syria and is now threatening the town of Sadad, where Syriac Christians who speak Aramaic, the language of Jesus, live.
After the Missouri president and chancellor were toppled by student protesters claiming a racist climate on campus, activists are seeking new demands.
Presidential candidate Ben Carson spoke Wednesday at Liberty University where he urged students to stand up to what he called a "secular progressive agenda," while praising the university for its Christian worldview.
For much of its existence, America has been defined as an extension of the conservative Protestant values of its first settlers.
Serbian soldiers are receiving free Bibles as part of an effort to promote moral transformation in the ranks and prevent future war crimes.
Cardinal Bechara Boutros Rai of Lebanon has claimed that Muslims plan to use their rising birthrate to conquer Europe and the West.
In Milwaukee Wisconsin, Tuesday's prime time GOP debate featured eight of the top candidates in the Republican presidential race
University of Missouri President Timothy M. Wolfe read from Psalm 46:1 during his resignation on Monday amid claims of racial hostility on campus.
Islamic State militants have released a new video showing two alleged thieves having their hands chopped off with a meat cleaver.
Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul says that liberty and freedom requires virtue and moral underpinnings, echoing Christian social critic and author Os Guinness.
Speaking to Roda Viva television in Brazil, author and social critic Camille Paglia criticized transgenderism, specifically the availability and popularity of sex-reassignment surgery.
Marco Rubio flipped a reporter's question on abortion into a commentary on Hillary Clinton's support for partial-birth abortion.
Former NBA basketball star Kareem Abdul Jabbar slammed Dr. Ben Carson for "perpetuating a racial stereotype" of "clinging to superstitions or religion."
Results from Tuesday's election might point to a repudiation of not only President Obama's agenda but also the political establishment of both parties.
Dr. Ben Carson defends his creationist worldview at Nashville church.
Rev. Canon Andrew White, commonly known as the "Vicar of Baghdad," says there is no other solution but to destroy the Islamic State radicals in the Middle East.
Seventh-day Adventists voted earlier this year to block the approval of women to be ordained in the denomination, a decision Dr. Ben Carson says he disagrees with.