Catholics voted for Barack Obama over Mitt Romney by 50 to 48 percent, while Protestants preferred Romney by a 15-point margin -- 57 to 42 percent.
Roy Moore, known as the "Ten Commandments judge," edged out his Democratic opponent Tuesday to win back his seat as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court.
Google is the primary way teenagers conduct research in today’s digital world, according to new Pew research. Teachers say teens are most likely to first turn to Google or another search engine as their main research tool 94 percent of the time.
The election is over, and I sense there's something of a gloomy spirit in many conservative corners of the country.
How should Christians respond to our once and future president?
Two out of three states voting on legalizing marijuana on Tuesday passed the measure.
President Obama will win re-election as president of the United States, Fox News projects.
Polls in France indicate support is failing for a proposed law that would legalize marriage and adoption for same-sex couples.
A new study finds that when teenagers ate at fast-food restaurants, they consume about 300 excess calories.
A pastor was killed and 11 others wounded in the eastern Kenyan town of Garissa on Sunday when suspected Islamic extremists launched a grenade through the sheet-iron roof of Utawala Interdenominational Church during the worship service.
It seems fitting to share an old story of presidential kindness.
The results of an extensive post-election survey of Christians, including evangelicals and voters across denominational lines, will be released Wednesday by the Faith and Freedom Coalition.
It’s always time to pray. Now it’s time to vote.
As President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney made last-minute appeals to voters in key states on Monday, new polls forecast a down-to-the-wire election with both sides claiming they have the momentum to win.
An abortion center in Falls Church, Va., bragged to supporters about not letting Superstorm Sandy shut it down despite two inches of water in its surgery room.
Sociologists from Brigham Young University and Rice University found religiously-affiliated youth are 40 percent more likely to graduate high school than their unaffiliated peers and 70 percent more likely to enroll in college.
On Tuesday we must vote through the filter of the morals and values by which we live. Your decision will come down to this: Which man most closely stands for what I stand for?
During a question/answer session at a recent conference, I was asked, "What are the three things most important to having an effective and open ‘front door’ to the church?"
A Maryland ballot initiative to legalize same-sex marriage has lost steam.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood-majority government continues to debate the phrasing used while drafting its new constitution, which will more than likely have sharia (Islamic law) as its foundation.
- November 04, 2012 |