A federal appeals court has upheld Georgia's ban on bringing guns into places of worship.
- July 26, 2012 |
Despite international pressure -- including support from both U.S. presidential candidates -- the International Olympic Committee has refused to include a moment of silence at Friday's opening ceremony for Israeli athletes killed by terrorists at the games 40 years ago.
In a controversial move, Olympic officials will reportedly provide more than 150,000 condoms to athletes at no cost during the London 2012 Olympic Games.
A government study finds that adolescent girls reported experiencing depression at three times the rate of their male peers over a recent period.
With Syrian president Bashar al-Assad possibly losing his grip on power, a possible end to the bloody civil war may be in sight. But Syria's sizeable Christian community is fearful for its future should Assad be defeated.
Why does God allow tragedy and suffering?
Concern is growing among Christians in Indonesia's Aceh province after a series of recent attacks by extremist groups or unknown assailants.
Conservative radio and TV host Mike Huckabee and the National Organization for Marriage are calling on people to eat at Chick-fil-A on July 25, to support Dan Cathy, the company's president, who has come under fire by gay activists for saying in recent interviews that he supported traditional marriage.
Researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported at the International AIDS Conference that teens today are using condoms more than they were 20 years ago.
Behnam Irani, a 41-year-old Iranian pastor serving prison time, is currently facing severe health concerns as a result of physical persecution.
If you felt God leading you to give away all of your income to help the poor, would you do it?
A federal court has ruled that two Wisconsin high schools violated the U.S. Constitution by holding graduations at a church.
Shouldn't a topical Bible be consistent with the text of the Bible? The new Founders Bible featuring David Barton gets creative with Holy Writ
For the first time ever, U.S. military personnel were given permission to wear their uniforms at a gay pride parade.
Poverty in America is on track to rise to levels unseen in nearly half a century, demographers say.
Study finds that teens who suffer from depression earn lower incomes as adults.
British hospitals may be placing thousands of terminally ill patients on a "death pathway" to save money, warn elder care experts.
Thousands gathered Sunday night in Aurora, Colo., for a prayer vigil honoring the victims of Friday's theater massacre that killed 12 and wounded 58 others.
The mass murder earlier this morning of 13 people in a Denver suburban movie theater is a story that feels eerily familiar.