President Barack Obama spoke to a crowd in Detroit on Monday, urging bipartisanship in order to solve the country’s economic problems. His remarks follow Friday’s jobs report which was considered worse than expected. The nation’s unemployment rate has shown no improvement, staying at 9.1 percent.
A Spanish nun was recently banished from her religious order for spending too much time on Facebook.
A small town in western Poland has erected a statue of Jesus that workers say is now the world\'s largest – even larger than the Christ the Redeemer creation in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
It\'s not a bad idea to spend an extra 20 minutes cooking dinner for the family after work rather than resorting to frozen foods, especially as a major recall was made to popular frozen meals today.
A Christian legal group has begun efforts to explain the legality of public prayer at public meetings to local governments around the United States.
Christian and pro-family groups have shown concern over a case involving a same-sex couple in Rhode Island who are seeking a divorce.
A Florida county has reversed its policy against prohibitive standards for handing out religious literature in parks.
Pro-family groups in Maryland have finally announced their intent to file an appeal against a Maryland school boards support for a homosexual-friendly sexual education program.
A New York Episcopal church is engaging in an unexpected act of charity, helping a neighboring Baptist church fundraise for renovations.
A Louisiana school district that has been riddled with religious lawsuits got some backing Wednesday after a panel of judges overturned a decision that had formerly barred them from opening their meetings with prayer.