Stephanie Samuel

Christian Post Reporter

Caylee's Law Grows in Popularity; 25 States to Consider Proposal

Since Casey Anthony was cleared of the murder of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in July, the namesake law penalizing parents who do not report missing children within 24 hours is being considered in 25 different states, according to a USA TODAY survey. Critics say the law is specific to Anthony's case and is unnecessary.

Poll: Americans Believe Big Gov't Messes With God's Plan

A new study shows that a majority of Americans believe God is the guiding force that is leading America's economy and the government is too big. As a result, sociologists concluded these believers are upset about U.S. economic policy because they believe increased government regulation and interference in personal freedoms go against God's plans.

Facebook, Google, Apple Censoring Religious Speech?

The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) group sounded the alarm Thursday about new media outlets such as Facebook, Google and Apple, which they say have written policies that violate the fundamental rules of free expression, particularly concerning religious free speech.

Anthony Weiner's Open Seat to Be Decided Tuesday

Tuesday's New York special election for former Rep. Anthony Weiner’s seat may be an opportunity for Republicans and Democrats alike to express their disenchantment with President Obama’s economic politics, which could result in a landmark victory for GOP candidate Robert Turner.

Perry Speaks 'Candidly' About Social Security in Op-Ed

Rick Perry, whose comments comparing Social Security to a “Ponzi” scheme, has taken hits from both sides of the aisle. The Republican governor of Texas is now backing away from his Ponzi scheme comparison in a letter urging for Social Security reform as Republican presidential candidates continue to criticize the Texas governor.