A British high court judge ruled that a 13-year-old girl was mentally capable of deciding to abort her baby.
A ferry carrying 200 people capsized in Bangladesh when a storm hit the Meghna river. Twenty-eight people are known to be dead in the accident; about 100 more are missing and likely drowned.
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Two stories struck me yesterday. In one way, they’re unrelated and yet at the same time, very much connected.
The founder of TV’s 700 Club hurts the cause of Christ when he mocks Christians who take the Bible literally, says creationist Ken Ham.
A quick and simple test might help health care practitioners identify depressed teens, a new study reveals.
A measles outbreak tied to a group of Amish missionaries in Ohio has reached 68 cases, giving the state the dubious distinction of having the most cases reported in any state since 1996, health officials say.
"It's no longer easy to be a faithful Christian” in America, says the chairman of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom.
There may be fewer religion classes in Australian schools now that public school principals in the nation have been given the authority to reject such courses.
Scott Sechrist, former pastor of First Baptist Church in Morrisville, PA killed himself on Monday, one week before facing a trial for sexual assault.
Pastor team Rev. Carl Keyes and Rev. Donna Keyes were found taking $1.2 million from church charities as personal loans in an Associated Press investigation; they have now agreed to repay the money.
A state of emergency has been declared for San Diego as a massive wildfires continue to tear through southern California.
Gay couples will be able to marry in Idaho starting Friday, as a judge rejected Governor Butch Otter’s request to halt marriages in the state until the appeal process is complete.
The captain of the sunken South Korean ferry has been charged with murder, along with three crew members.
Upon Avonlea’s birth, I decided to write her a letter. This is an excerpt from it. I share it to remind all grandchildren how much they are loved by their grandparents, and children of those grandparents how much they are loved by their parents.
I’m returning from Nashville this evening after having spent some time of rich fellowship with many friends of the ministry as well as listeners of our great radio affiliates in the Music City. But before I jump on the plane, I wanted to remind you that tonight’s encore showing of Irreplaceable represents the last time the documentary will be shown in theaters.
A panel of experts met earlier this month to talk about ways the U.S and other international allies can help combat human rights abuse in North Korea.
Deborah Peters, 15, spoke in Washington, D.C. Tuesday about her personal experiences with the Boko Haram.
With the last round of peace talks between the Israeli government and the Palestinian Authority stalled, some are hoping that a visit by Pope Francis to the Holy Land in May will breathe new life into the peace process.
During a standard salvage dig required by the Israeli government before the construction of a new spiritual resort could take place, archaeologists unearthed remnants of a synagogue from the first century.