On May 29, two former employees of the nation's largest abortion provider testified before state lawmakers in Delaware.
The Tahirih Justice Foundation identified 3,000 cases of forced marriage in the U.S. Many of the victims were immigrants from Muslim countries, but the survey found victims from Hindu, Buddhist and Christian (primarily Catholic from Mexico) backgrounds.
Bleeding edge seems to be everyone’s holy grail. This problem is churches can find that being bleeding edge can cut against them.
About 72 percent of Americans say legal recognition of same-sex marriage is "inevitable," according to a survey released Thursday.
Do you have ambitions you’ve kept hidden from everyone around you? Maybe it’s time to break them free from the shelter you’ve built to protect them.
Now that the trial for abortion provider Kermit Gosnell has ended with a conviction, many are asking what public officials in Philadelphia plan to do with the 47 bodies from the case.
- June 09, 2013 |
The U.S. Agency for International Aid normally provides food, drugs and other essential items on behalf of the U.S. to poor countries around the world, but under the Obama administration, the agency has expanded its portfolio: it now ships homosexual activism around the world.
- June 08, 2013 |
Abortion rights activists celebrated outside the federal appeals court in Manhattan after the 2nd U.S. Court of Appeals issued an order permitting immediate, unrestricted over-the-counter sales of all two-pill emergency contraceptives.
Retired Baltimore Ravens center Matt Birk, who won a Super Bowl with the team last year, skipped the team's visit to the White House due to President Obama's support for Planned Parenthood.
The chief editor of a Cairo-based Christian newspaper called The Way and the Truth has been accused of insulting Islam through the newspaper.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation blasted what it called the "open defiance" of a valedictorian who delivered the Lord's Prayer during a high school graduation ceremony last Saturday in South Carolina.
After years of fights over religious monuments on public land, a county courthouse in northern Florida will soon be the home of the nation's first monument to atheism on public property.
The Church of England is ending its battle against a government bill to legalize same-sex marriage.
Since the Boy Scouts of America voted two weeks ago to allow gay members, there has been a mass exodus of churches that sponsor troops. One pastor in Arkansas says his church will no longer sponsor its Boy Scout troop and now investigating other options to mentor its boys.
On Tuesday morning, gunmen surrounded the village of Rubuki in Nigeria's Nasarawa State, killing at least 16 people and destroying at least 25 homes.
Scientists have identified mutations in a gene responsible for some cases of early puberty, an issue of growing concern to doctors, as children begin developing earlier and earlier.
The Obama administration on Thursday defended its collection of a massive amount of telephone records from at least one carrier as part of U.S. counterterrorism efforts, re-igniting a debate over privacy even as it called the practice "critical" to protecting Americans from attacks.
Today 12 percent of websites are pornographic, and 40 million Americans are regular visitors — including 70 percent of 18- to 34-year-olds, who look at porn at least once a month. Fully 94 percent of therapists in another survey reported seeing an increase in people addicted to porn.