Ferguson, Missouri, city manager John Shaw resigned from his position on Tuesday and is the latest in a series of resignations and firings in the town that was found guilty of severe racial discrimination by the Department of Justice.
Former New England Patriots running back Craig James spoke out against gay marriage on Monday and asserted that those who support same-sex unions "have a problem with God" and are giving in to Satan.
"19 Kids & Counting" matriarch Michelle Duggar has opened up about her struggles with self-worth and bulimia before knowing God in the latest season of the reality series.
A grandmother in Chicago, Illinois, has been taken into custody after allegedly murdering her seven-month-old granddaughter with a circular saw because she would not stop crying.
Missouri Supreme Court Assigns State Judge to Take Over Ferguson Cases Amid DOJ Report Revealing Abuses
Municipal Judge Ronald J. Brockmeyer in Ferguson, Missouri, resigned Monday after the state's Supreme Court announced that it would take the "extraordinary action" of reassigning all cases to the circuit court following the Department of Justice's report last week that cited the judge's abusive practices. As of Monday, all municipal cases have been assigned to a state appeals court judge.
Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard celebrated their impending arrival on Sunday with family and friends at a local Olive Garden; the couple also posted a photo of themselves with their mothers and the growing baby bump.
"Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood, and the Prison of Belief" is set to air on HBO March 29, and filmmaker Alex Gibney has opened up about how he managed to infiltrate the relatively secretive organization.
The Rev. Franklin Graham gave an ominous warning to Christians living in the United States Sunday, as he expounded on how religious freedoms are being eroded stateside while believers are being persecuted throughout the world.
Ferguson Fires 1, Suspends 3 in Wake of DOJ Report; Family of Michael Brown to File Suit Against Darren Wilson
One day after the U.S. Department of Justice released its report on the situation in Ferguson, Missouri, one city worker has been fired and three others suspended, while the family of slain teenager Michael Brown has said it will file a civil suit against the officer who shot and killed their son.
Fans of the hit reality series "Bringing Up Bates" will be happy to know that the show has been renewed for a second season by UP TV.
U.S. District Judge Terrence G. Berg was shot outside his home in Detroit on Thursday night in what police believe was an attempted robbery.
Jodi Arias, the woman convicted of killing her former boyfriend, Travis Alexander, will either be spending life in prison or eligible for parole after 25 years, because a second jury was unable to reach a unanimous verdict on whether to sentence her to death on Thursday.
U.S. ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert was attacked Thursday morning by a knife-wielding man who slashed his face before being taken into custody by police in Seoul.
The family of 13-year-old Jahi McMath has filed a lawsuit against Children's Hospital Oakland after surgery to remove adenoids and help with the teen's sleep apnea allegedly left her brain dead on life support last year.
Creators of Film Critical of Scientology Calls Out John Travolta and Tom Cruise to Address Allegations of Abuse Within Organization
The director and writer of "Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief" have issued a call to Tom Cruise and John Travolta to speak out about their experience within the organization, including allegations of abuse within.
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich Remembered at Funeral: Words Do Hurt, Words Can Kill, Former Senator Says in Eulogy
Missouri Auditor and gubernatorial candidate Tom Schweich was remembered by former U.S. Sen. John Danforth, now an Episcopal Priest, during his funeral on Tuesday, with Danforth issuing a stern warning about gossip.
"19 Kids and Counting" star Amy Duggar, cousin of the reality TV family, is considering her own spin-off series and is also preparing to release her new single, "Different."
Prosecutors in North Carolina will seek the death penalty for alleged triple-murderer Craig Hicks, who reportedly shot and killed three students in Chapel Hill on Feb. 10.
Kelly Gissendaner Execution Postponed; Inmate Turned Life Over to Christ, Counseled Others Attempting Suicide
Georgia's only woman on death row was not executed Monday night due to "an abundance of caution" about the drug being used for the execution.
"19 Kids and Counting" star Josh Duggar and wife, Anna, recently announced the sex of their fourth child.
Nina Pham, the first person to ever contract Ebola in the United States, is now suing the hospital chain that both exposed her to the virus and also helped save her life.
The Los Angeles Police Department is under fire after a video showing officers fatally shooting a homeless man in response to a robbery on Sunday has gone viral.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin spoke about President Obama and preventing Islamists from killing Christians at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Maryland, on Thursday.
Assyrian Christians Cry Out 'The Whole World Is Watching History Repeat Itself' as ISIS' Relentless Horror Escalates in Syria (Interview)
More than 200 Assyrian Christians have been kidnapped by the terrorist organization ISIS, and prayers have gone out around the world for their safe return. Two members of the Assyrian Church of the East spoke with The Christian Post about the situation in Syria and the loss of several religious artifacts at the hands of ISIS.
"19 Kids & Counting" star Jessa Duggar has spoken out and ruffled feathers by telling followers that those who do not believe in hell cannot truly believe in God.