Over 3,000 people have been killed in Syria's ongoing civil war in September, making it the deadliest month this year, a monitoring group has said. The Islamic State terror group has, meanwhile, recaptured a town where several Christian families are believed to be living.
Critics have blasted the "capitulation to political correctness" after it was revealed that some schools in the U.K. are removing historical dating terms like B.C., which stands for Before Christ, and A.D., so that they do not risk offending non-Christian students.
Las Vegas police identified 64-year-old Stephen Paddock of Mesquite, Nevada, a white male, as the lone suspect in the mass shooting Sunday night on the Las Vegas Strip that led to the deaths of at least 50 people.
Fr. James Martin, a Jesuit priest who has stirred controversy for calling on the Catholic Church to change its language toward LGBT Christians, has pushed back against criticism by prominent Southern Baptist Albert Mohler.
A Christian bioethics lecturer has spoken out against new DNA surgery carried out by Chinese scientists who are reportedly creating lab-grown human embryos in order to test disease-removing techniques.
A conservative law group has accused the abortion industry in countries like Iceland and Denmark of carrying out "evil eugenics," pointing to very high abortion rates for unborn babies with Down syndrome in a statement before the U.N.'s Human Rights Council.
Close to 5,000 Christians marched through the streets in India's Jharkhand state on Monday in protest against the jailing of six believers last week who were accused of trying to bribe villagers with money and convert them to the faith.
A Ugandan mother has opened up about the horror of finding her 8-year-old son murdered and mutilated in a swamp nearby Katabi, as part of disturbing witchcraft rituals that have been on the rise in the African country.
A Florida pastor has vowed to use a sledgehammer to knock down a Satanic monument that will be on display during the Christmas season in Boca Raton, warning that the monument represents the "essence of evil."
Christians in Iraq are facing uncertain times as the autonomous region of Kurdistan votes on independence. But one bishop said that their faith has grown stronger despite their ongoing suffering at the hands of radicals and amid war.
The Rev. Franklin Graham has posted a video showcasing some of the devastation the nation of Antigua and Barbuda suffered in the wake of Hurricane Irma, stating that it is "like a bomb went off" on the island.
A group of students and parents have appealed a federal district court decision that was in favor of Boyertown Area School District in Pennsylvania, which allows biological males to use girls' locker rooms, and vice versa.
The parents of U.S. student Otto Warmbier have opened up about the extremely distressing state in which their son was returned to them by the government of North Korea in June. He died several days later.
A group of 3,000 Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Sikh, and Buddhist faith leaders have signed onto a letter against what they describe as the "immoral" Graham-Cassidy Republican healthcare bill, which looks unlikely to gain enough votes to pass the Senate.
A group of Muslims reportedly rioted earlier in September in the village of Tawa in Minya, Egypt, injuring three Christians and destroying homes and cars in anger against a Facebook post that called on Jesus Christ to touch the hearts of terrorists.