The life of Trinity Broadcasting Network co-founder Paul Crouch will be celebrated publicly on television this coming week.
Video of a man's miracle survival after being trapped underwater for three days has gone viral.
Drug problems and mental health issues haunt thousands of U.S. veterans, which sometimes leads to trouble with the law and landing them in jail.
A man fakes dementia in order to claim social security disability. Another man illegally enters the United States then poses as a disabled veteran in order to do the same.
Deadly threats to American pastor Saeed Abedini, who is imprisoned in Iran, are increasing since being transferred to a brutal prison.
A Christian legal group says a school counselor violated a student's first amendment rights by stopping her from posting "See You at the Pole" flyers.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce said it's going to use every resource at its disposal to fight the growing number of federal regulations.
It's the time of year for Christmas tree lightings, eggnog, Christmas carols, and record-breaking gingerbread houses.
Pope Francis has asked for prayer for 12 nuns abducted from their convent in the ancient Christian village of Maaloula, Syria.
The University of Notre Dame has filed a lawsuit over Obamacare's contraception coverage mandate.
President Barack Obama's uncle is contradicting the president's claim that the two men never met.
Flanked by Congress on one side and the Supreme Court on the other, humans and animals gathered to celebrate Christ's birth with the living Nativity scene.
A winter storm is bringing bitterly cold temperatures to the western half of the country.
An Oregon girl has been banned from selling mistletoe in a city park. The 11-year-old is raising money to help pay for braces.
A commercial submitted to air for the Super Bowl was rejected because the NFL considers it too controversial.
As Jews and Christians worldwide face a growing wave of persecution, one Jewish leader is saying the two groups must stand together to confront increasing violence.
Parents in the United Kingdom are still fuming after being told their child could be labeled a "racist" for not attending a workshop on Islam.
President Barack Obama has begun a new push to reshape public perception regarding his health care law while working behind the scenes to fix its problems.
The sex slave trade is a global industry that's getting worse. Sex slaves never get a break and if they don't keep up their quota, even their children will pay a price.