African church leaders are urging parties in the South Sudanese conflict to respect places of worship, after rebels attacked and looted church compounds in the town of Malakal.
President Barack Obama delivered the 2014 State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress Tuesday outlining his agenda.
Several of this winter’s athletes find their true strength in the Lord
The news that President Obama will meet with Pope Francis on March 27 brightened a snowy Tuesday morning for Catholics.
On Wednesday thousands of pro-life supporters descended on Washington DC, marching from the National Mall to Capitol Hill and the Supreme Court.
A new, radical surgery offers hope to women who are missing reproductive organs due to birth defects or disease.
On Thursday, February 16, President Obama issued a proclamation observing Religious Freedom Day.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Oklahoma’s voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage violates the U.S. Constitution.
The U.S. Supreme Court meets today to reevaluate the buffer zones set for protesters rallying around facilities that perform abortions.
Medical experts disagree over whether Jahi McMath is still alive
Open Doors Annual World Watch List 2014 reveals that North Korea remains as the number one persecutor of Christians. Findings also show persecution has increased in countries labeled as “failed”
Is Jahi McMath, the 13-year-old whose entire brain has ceased to function, dead or alive?
CAR’s Christians have been victims of targeted violence at intense degrees, while the Muslim minority of CAR has been left alone.
Eight of the UNHRC’s 47 member states, including newly elected Morocco, China and Saudi Arabia (their three-year terms begin Wednesday), imprisoned people in 2013 for breaking laws that restrict religious freedom.
In the week since a federal judge overturned Utah’s ban on same-sex marriage, the number of weddings in the state has skyrocketed, shattering records and accruing thousands of dollars for Utah’s 29 counties.
The Christmas season is a tribute to the triumph of American prosperity.
Looking back on the top news stories of the year gives us both reasons to despair and reasons to hope.
Patriarch Phil Robertson of the immensely popular TV reality show Duck Dynasty gave an interview to GQ magazine. And now, he has been put on “indefinite suspension” from the program. Why? Because of controversy over his comments on homosexuality.
Nine in 10 Americans will celebrate Christmas this year, but a new poll shows that increasing numbers see the holiday as more tinsel than gospel truth.
Fueling debates over marriage and religious freedom, a federal judge declared on Dec. 13 Utah laws criminalizing polygamy are unconstitutional, ruling on a case involving the Brown family from TLC’s reality series “Sister Wives.”