Efforts to reduce binge drinking among teenagers nationwide have apparently failed.
A young Americans' organization says high unemployment and a disappointing healthcare law is putting lawmakers on notice next year.
A commentator and author claims the gory details of Jesus’ crucifixion are much worse than many understand. The author says the Christian faith makes historical claims important for believers to comprehend.
A conservative black organization calls it outrageous that a New York City councilwoman is condoning the behavior of young blacks who have been singling out Jews for so-called "knock out" attacks.
Some in government are becoming increasingly anxious over a technological development that allows people to make their own guns using special 3-D printers.
A new study warns of sudden changes in climate from global warming, but one skeptic says the study is all about getting more money.
An online organization of moms says Macy's can't be trusted after a segment in this year's "Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade."
A messianic Jewish leader agrees with a news report that swim lessons for Muslim girls is an example of Sharia law operating inside the United States.
A former alcoholic says she was delivered from the lifestyle choice of alcoholism through faith and she challenges other alcoholics to do the same.
The holiday motion picture The Christmas Candle debuted in theaters nationwide last week. The film represents the first release of EchoLight Studios. Former U.S. senator and presidential candidate Rick Santorum serves as the company’s new CEO.
A gambling expert wants Mississippi to avoid a mistake made in other states.
In states where homosexual marriage is legal, Christian businesses are being harassed and boycotted, and even sued, for defending a biblical view of marriage.
Black conservatives are concerned with the lack of response from civil rights group leaders on the growing problem of the so-called "knockout game."
A pro-family organization in Texas is conducting a "Merry Christmas, Texas" campaign to publicize and promote legislation that was passed this year.
A Christian author and publisher has released a new book about her battle with obesity and how she lost 250 pounds and walked away from her morbidly obese lifestyle.
While many people still take part in "Black Friday" with a massive invasion of stores for buying Christmas gifts, a Texas group has started a movement of a different sort.