A new study suggests that major exposure to scenes of alcohol consumption in movies is a bigger risk for teen drinking than having parents who drink or if booze is easily available at home.
It appears likely that citizens in five states will vote on the definition of marriage this year, with the latest addition to that list being Maryland.
Yousef Nadarkhani, the Iranian Christian pastor facing a death sentence for "apostasy," looks increasingly likely to be executed.
Would any or even some of the past United States Presidents be elected in today's climate - especially Presidents Washington and Lincoln?
Vermont became the first state to legalize civil unions 12 years ago, and could become the first state to grant same-sex divorces.
Iran has ordered two of the last officially registered churches holding Friday Farsi-language services -- which attracted many converts -- to discontinue them.
The Obama administration's proposed budget cancels all federal funding for a popular school choice program in D.C. and abstinence education programs nationwide.
The U.S. Constitution was once a model for other nations when writing or updating their own constitutions, but that influence has declined dramatically around the world.
Scholastic Parent & Child have released their list of the "100 Greatest Books for Kids." And with some controversy.
A prominent elder of a Tehran church was arrested at work and is now being detained with no charges or reasons for the arrest given.
A British High Court justice has triggered dismay and anger with a recent ruling that prayers at town hall meetings are against the law.
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Dozens of parents in Tampa protested a public high school's decision to invite a member of the controversial Council on American-Islamic Relations to speak.
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Reports from Muslim-majority Iran indicate that Christian persecution is growing worse each day.
Too many of our “opponents” see us as morally-prissy Victorians who don’t want people doing “naughty” things in our presence. Let’s demolish that pretense.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
A Muslim mob attempted to break into a church and kill a pastor who they accused of abducting a Muslim girl.
Commentators are suggesting that Jeremy Lin is just what the NBA needed, a “Taiwanese Tebow,” as some have dubbed him, pointing to his outward expression of the Christian faith and his ability to capture the attention of sports fans everywhere.
A pair of Christian innkeepers were ordered to pay $5,800 in damages to a gay couple they refused to allow to share a double room.