The 2004 election is likely to be very, very close -- or maybe even a tie.
With approval ratings exceeding 70 percent and facing five opponents largely ignored by the state-controlled media, Russian President Vladimir Putin won re-election by a wide margin Sunday, as expected.
Two cases of European doctors refusing to treat their patients are cause for concern: Futile Care Theory may be coming to America.
Many church youth leaders are taking advantage of a major cultural event to raise awareness of world suffering: the release of Mel Gibson’s movie The Passion of the Christ. By coincidence, or providence, Gibson’s film released the same week as most churches plan their 30-Hour Famine activities.
Is the emerging conventional wisdom on the 2004 election bunk? Will Kerry's Vietnam radicalization matter?
Bill Pryor, Alabama's attorney general, explains why Judge Roy Moore was wrong to defy a federal court order.
The Supreme Court has demonstrated a penchant for social engineering and could redefine marriage with the stroke of a pen, and so presents an imminent threat that should be met with legislation stripping it and all lower federal courts of jurisdiction over the question.
Unfortunately, liberals in the Episcopal Church seem determined to reject Scripture as the plumb line of faith and practice, in essence digging up the foundations of the house and filling in the gaping holes with shifting sand.
The Bush administration targets the modern day slave trade. But will the president's plan work?
The Council for a Livable World asked the Democratic candidates a series of illuminating questions. John Kerry's responses are worth paying attention to.
John Kerry's patriotism isn't the issue -- it's his judgement on the big decisions.
Pro-lifers from across the country descending on Washington, DC, Thursday to mark the 31st anniversary of a Supreme Court ruling that has resulted in the deaths of more than 44 million innocent babies.
The general explains why the president isn't a patriot and only Democrats are devout.
The Democratic hopefuls can't keep their feet out of their mouths. Is anyone paying attention?
A group that monitors wasteful government spending says President Bush's moon-to-Mars initiative is a "noble idea" - but too risky and too costly and "not feasible at this time."
The Texas redistricting decision is going to make it tough sledding for the Democrats to take back the House.
Last year, officials at the Grand Canyon decided plaques with quotations from the Book of Psalms had no place in a national park. That decision was later overturned and is now under review. But now, apparently, a book's alternative view on how the Canyon was created is too "religious" for some prominent evolutionists who want it removed from bookstores in the park.
Forget the French -- America is right to press for religious freedom worldwide.
A new study says teens have much more cautious attitudes and values regarding sex than perhaps is generally believed, and parents have more influence than they think.
Conservatives are fuming over the $15.5 million that billionaire financier and philanthropist George Soros has pledged to defeat President Bush. But they're also anxious to fight back and expose what they consider to be Soros' "immoral" beliefs and atheist leanings.