As the anniversary of the shooting at Newtown, Connecticut approaches, church leaders and others are talking about what comes next a year after the tragedy.
In an emotional plea before Congress, Abedini described her husband’s worsening plight at the notorious Rajaï Shahr prison in Iran.
When a 6-foot tall monument of the Ten Commandments was erected on Oklahoma Capitol grounds, “Pandora’s Box” was opened, according to lawyer David Slane.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
For more than 35 years now, Focus on the Family has been sharing the wonderful truth about God’s design for family. This time, we’re doing it on the big screen.
A joint hearing on Tuesday shone a spotlight on the situation of Coptic Christians in Egypt.
A hospital ad mentioning Jesus has been rejected by ESPN as “Too Problematic”, according to recent statements made on the Breitbart website.
While the "war on Christmas" rages, 75% of American adults believe Christmas should be celebrated in public schools.
Our world seems to increasingly views human beings as having intellect, and emotion, and appetite, but not soul. Removing this would create “Men without Chests.”
A new study finds teenage girls are more likely than teenage boys to self-harm.
It’s an innocent question many moms have heard from their young sons: “Will you marry me, Mommy?”
“Selling my daughter was heartbreaking, but what can I say?” says Neoung, the mother of a young girl whom she sold into slavery.
Pope Francis has been named Time magazine’s Person of the Year.
Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against the Obama administration on behalf of Dr. James Dobson and his “Family Talk” radio show and ministry.
Waiters and tipping have been in the news a lot lately. There has to be a reason these stories go viral. Might it be that, right or wrong, Christians or conservative-leaning people might have a bad reputation among some restaurant workers?
This Tuesday, President Barack Obama paid tribute to the late South African leader, Nelson Mandela, at his memorial service in Johannesburg.
The “Tips for Jesus” patron has brought his benevolence to Manhattan after giving away thousands of dollars across the country in a mass tipping spree, the New York Post reports.
It's already well into the holiday shopping season and it's likely that your teenager is hoping to find some new tech under the tree. According to a recent poll, here's what they want...
Violent movie characters are also likely to drink alcohol, smoke cigarettes and engage in sexual behavior in films rated appropriate for children over 12, according to a new study.