Turn off the TV, look around, and you just might find reasons for hope.
A Christian human rights agency has received reports that Abdolreza “Matthias” Haghnejad, a pastor in the evangelical Church of Iran denomination has again been arrested.
The institution of marriage is a glorious institution.
The iconic Washington National Cathedral, already struggling with financial problems, faces millions of dollars in repair costs from the damage inflicted by Tuesday's East Coast earthquake.
The Fairness Doctrine has been officially removed from the Code of Federal Regulations by the FCC, a decision applauded by the National Religious Broadcasters.
Beloit College has once again released its annual Mindset List for the incoming class of college freshman.
More than seven months after Muslim extremists burned its church building, a Presbyterian Church of the Sudan (PCOS) congregation is still afraid to meet for worship.
Three months after the 2-million-member Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) became the fourth Protestant denomination in the U.S. to give ordination rights to openly gay and lesbian clergy, the denomination seems headed for a split.
Facebook is unveiling improvements for sharing posts, photos, tags and places with exactly the people a user wants to see the content.
Time spent social networking increases the risk of teens smoking, drinking and using drugs, according to a national survey of American attitudes on substance abuse.
When Tripoli, Libya, woke up Aug. 22, it was to the imminent end of 42 years of rule by Muammar Gaddafi -– the longest-running Arab leader ever.
The Chinese government announced plans to restrict sex-selection abortions, but a leading American foe of Beijing's coercive population control policy expressed skepticism.
Did you know the happier your marriage, the better your chance of surviving and recovering from heart surgery.
"We are seeing a marked erosion of what America's Founding Fathers considered the 'first freedom': the liberty of religious conscience."
An Illinois judge has ruled the state can end its adoption and foster care relationship with Catholic Charities, which refuses to place children with gay couples.
Nashville's Vanderbilt University is now offering excused absences to students wishing to observe Wiccan and pagan holidays.