A conservative watchdog group filed a lawsuit Wednesday on behalf of 25 tea party groups against the Internal Revenue Service and Obama administration officials.
It's harder than ever to find a job in Egypt, where the unemployment rate has risen to a record 13 percent.
Three suicide bombers attacked the offices of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Jalalabad on Wednesday, killing one security guard and wounding another, though all seven Western employees were safely evacuated.
New research shows that female tweens are highly susceptible to mobile advertising.
The teen birthrate in 2011 set another new record low, according to the latest federal data. The numbers reflect a continued trend downward for teens having babies.
I think everyone who is able should consider homeschooling their child. There, I said it.
Religious persecution in Eritrea is at its "highest level ever and getting worse," says an Eritrean Christian leader.
Why shouldn’t the busy mom, between chores, kick off her shoes, lie down on the sofa, and day dream for a few minutes?
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation is continuing its push to end the ban on openly gay leaders in the Boy Scouts of America.
More than three-quarters of Americans say religion is losing its influence on American life, while 20 percent say religion's influence is increasing.
The Supreme Court of the United States is set to hand down a set of decisions this summer that could advance a cultural and political shift in the way marriage is defined in this country. Is your church ready for this?
A new study has proven that being bullied during childhood directly increases the likelihood of self- harm in late adolescence.
A study of top movies between 1996 and 2009 show fewer tobacco product placements, while the appearance of alcohol increased.
Last week's "Gender Bender Day" at Tippecanoe School for the Arts and Humanities asked students to dress as a member of the opposite sex.
Online dating isn’t inherently evil or good. Sometimes things are less about what we do than about the heart we do it with.
Nigeria continues to own the shameful title of being the deadliest place to be a Christian. This deadly fact is characterized by the brutal murder of Rev. Faye Pama Musa, who was followed home by suspected Boko Haram militants and shot.
YouTube just turned eight-years-old and the social networking video site keeps growing. YouTube users now upload 100 hours of video every minute, up from 72 hours every minute this time last year.
A Kentucky high school continued its tradition of having a student lead a prayer during graduation ceremonies, despite objections by at least six students.
Since the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," which now allows homosexuals to serve openly in the military, same-sex sexual assault appears to have shot up dramatically.