Armed forces of Sudan's Islamist regime crossed international borders and dropped bombs on two states in the new nation of South Sudan.
- November 12, 2011 |
A town clerk who drew national attention after refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples won reelection Tuesday.
A former employee of a Philadelphia abortion clinic pleaded guilty to two counts of murder, the fifth person to plead guilty of 10 employees charged.
The Egyptian army was absolved of firing ammunition during the Oct. 9 massacre of Coptic Christians; "unidentified citizens" were blamed.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
"A hug is like a boomerang -- you get it back right away."
The latest research has found that today, “young adults have more friends of diverse racial backgrounds than past generations and are more willing to have relationships with those of other races and cultures.” So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that increasing numbers are "marrying out," meaning outside of their race.
Nigerian Christians and human rights groups say the government failed to protect people from deadly attacks by the militant Islamist group Boko Haram.
The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday voted 10-8 along party lines for a bill that would repeal the Defense of Marriage Act.
Police detained and beat seven converts from Islam, accusing them of being monetarily lured to Christianity.
Sadly, there is a growing distinction between legal culpability and moral responsibility.
A new study confirms most kids aren't bullied and most kids don't bully either online or off.
A U.S. religious freedom commission study shows that Pakistani textbooks and schools foster prejudice and intolerance of religious minorities.
The disturbing video of Texas judge William Adams whipping his then 16-year-old daughter quickly went viral last week, with several million views and climbing.
Imprisoned pastor Yousef Nadarkhani is alive and being treated well by prison officials, and Iran is proceeding with caution in other apostasy cases.
A pregnant Christian maid and her unborn child are both in critical condition after she was beaten and tortured during a police interrogation.
Soldiers from the Burma Army attacked a church in Kachin State, shooting at worshipers, severely torturing the pastor and capturing 50 others.
Banning sugared beverages from schools does little to lower their overall intake of the drinks, according to new research.
A new documentary shows 51 percent of young Canadian adults still live with their parents.