Samuel Smith and World Watch Monitor
A judge on Tuesday denied a California county’s request to order a local sheriff’s office to prevent a church from holding worship services in defiance of a temporary restraining order.
A Christian man charged with blasphemy for making a theological argument on Facebook that Muslims deemed insulting toward the Islamic prophet Muhammad is now facing a potential death sentence for the post.
The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and the Congress of Christian Leaders are urging members of Congress to put their differences aside to address a “once-in-a-century” crisis by funding foreign COVID-19 assistance in any potential new COVID-19 relief bill.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden selected California Sen. Kamala Harris to be his 2020 running mate, making her the first black woman ever selected as a vice-presidential candidate by one of the country’s two major political parties.
As many as 20 people were killed when unidentified gunmen attacked a cattle market in Eastern Burkina Faso on Friday, as violent extremist attacks continue to increase across the Sahel region of Africa.
The strong winds from Tropical Storm Isaias, which has left millions across the East Coast without power and has taken the lives of at least eight people, knocked the steeple off of a historic chapel in Ocean City, New Jersey, on Tuesday morning.
A new investigation by ESPN has raised questions about potential human rights abuses within the National Basketball Association-run development program in China, with one former coach accusing the program of being a “sweat camp” run by the Chinese government.
Homeschool parents in Texas are still fighting to get their names removed from the state’s child abuse registry seven months after the state’s child protective services agency dismissed their case and returned their 4-year-old son.
Militants aligned with the Islamic State in Nigeria have executed five aid workers, declaring in a video posted online that the killings were meant as a warning to “all those being used by infidels to convert Muslims to Christianity.”
Some Christian advocacy organizations have condemned the Trump administration’s announcement that it will reject new applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against a plan to scrap the program last month.