A collective groan went up around the office yesterday when news of Peyton Manning’s anticipated signing with the Denver Broncos was first reported by ESPN. It’s not that the folks around me dislike Peyton Manning, who in addition to being a certain future Hall of Fame quarterback, is also a very good guy.
Anticipation abounds...but Common Sense Medias says "The Hunger Games" is too violent for some preteens.
Al Qaeda-linked militants who claimed responsibility for the shooting death of an American teacher in Yemen said he was targeted for "proselytizing" his Christian faith.
The Utah legislature has approved a bill to lengthen the waiting period for a woman seeking an abortion from 24 to 72 hours.
A newly unveiled draft law in China would legalize the secret detention of suspects seen as a possible threat to national security.
New study shows teens are texting more than ever, while voice calling continues to decline.
On Saturday, thirty-nine young women, each one representing a year of legalized abortion nationwide since 1973, began a walk of 250 miles in southern Texas.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons announced a new plan to recruit lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender representatives for each prison facility.
Christians in Horale, Indonesia have won a lengthy battle over the ownership of their village against neighboring Muslims who virtually razed it to the ground in 2008.
College basketball’s yearly offering of “March Madness” is officially underway. Have you caught any of the action yet?
Teens who use synthetic marijuana, also called K2 or spice, could end up in the emergency room experiencing some serious side effects, according to a new case report.
A mob of 1,500 Muslims trapped two nuns inside a school guesthouse for eight hours, brandishing swords and knives and threatening to burn them out.
This past week, I sent my 20-year-old son to war. As a father, how do I reconcile teaching my son to serve others when doing so is dangerous?
The latest study is out on what is now commonly known as the Millennial generation, and it’s not pretty.
A Vietnamese court sentenced eight Christians to up to two-and-a-half years in prison for "disturbing the social order and promoting separatism."
Thousands of Egypt's Coptic Christians have fled the country, but those who remain say conditions have steadily gotten worse.
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Church of England lawyers say a law to allow same-sex marriages in England would force Christians to conduct gay weddings in church.
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Christians in two provinces in Laos are facing an ultimatum: recant their faith or be expelled from their villages.
Liberals are about twice as likely as conservatives or moderates to block, unfriend or hide someone on a social networking site.