A Florida eighth-grader says she was told by school staff to change her abstinence-promoting T-shirt because it was "inappropriate."
- February 22, 2013 |
Armenian authorities are trying to find ways to speed the exit from Syria and make the adjustment to life there easier.
In a poor gypsy neighborhood of Istanbul, a Syrian Orthodox refugee from Syria says he worked as a dentist in Aleppo as long as he could after fighting broke out in 2011; he finally fled when lack of food, electricity, water, and constant fear of sniper-fire and kidnapping of Christians made life too dangerous.
The Obama administration is considering asking the Supreme Court to overturn California's Proposition 8, the voter-approved measure that defined marriage in the state as only between a man and a woman.
Teens in relationships may be susceptible to being digitally abused by their boyfriends or girlfriends, according to a new study.
Malcolm Gladwell claims that in 50 years, no one will remember Steve Jobs, but statues to Bill Gates will fill the Third World.
The following “Kid President” video is the creation of actor Rainn Wilson. It’s been making the rounds on the Internet and has become something of a sensation.
A closed abortion clinic in Birmingham, Ala., has been denied its bid to reopen.
Saudi authorities on Feb. 8 arrested 53 Ethiopian Christians, mostly women, who were attending a worship service in the private, rented home of an Ethiopian believer in Dammam, the capital of the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.
In a new study, parents of teenage daughters were asked what forms of contraception they were most comfortable with doctors providing.
Christians gathered in Cairo on Sunday to protest the destruction of a church that was attacked by Muslim villagers over the weekend in Egypt's Fayoum province -- the second attack on Christians in the province in a little over a month.
A new survey shows that despite the tough economy, many of the nation's largest churches are thriving, with increased offerings and plans to hire more staff.
Sens. Marco Rubio, Mitch McConnell and Orrin Hatch introduced a bill in mid-February that would give states the right to enforce parental notification laws across state lines.
We've all heard the stories of a meddling mother-in-law or a grumpy father-in-law. But is that the exception rather than the norm?
Four foreign Christian workers in Libya have been arrested on suspicion of spreading Christianity and giving out Christian literature in Benghazi.
A family homeschooling safely in rural Tennessee may be forced to return to their native Germany, where the parents likely face huge fines and criminal penalties, and could lose custody of their five school-age children.
Synthetic cannabinoids are not safe alternatives to marijuana, according to a new report.
According to a new study, teenagers who believe people can’t change react more aggressively to peer conflicts than those who think people can change.