A conservative black activist says the problems in Ferguson, Missouri illustrate the reality that law-abiding black Americans are being held hostage by street thugs.
An Orlando pastor believes he has a good reason for suggesting Christians rethink their Christmas season visits to Disney's Magic Kingdom.
Bishop Harry Jackson, pastor of Hope Christian Church in the DC area, says the United States can't allow the memory of Ferguson to fade from memory.
A new website recommends Christians do their homework before shopping for the upcoming Christmas season.
A traditional values leader is opposed to lifting the ban on homosexuals donating or selling blood.
A prominent pro-family group is urging the public to take action on behalf of the Duggar family, who the group says is under a "malicious attack" because of their uncompromising, Christ-centered stand on several social issues.
Women and men in the city of Cleveland will soon be charged with $1,000 criminal fines for voicing a problem or discomfort about a person of the opposite sex using their restrooms. This also goes for businesses that express customers’ uneasiness over a person of the opposite sex visiting the inappropriate (or non-traditional) restroom. Cleveland schools must abide by the ordinance.
Claims continue that cold and snowy weather can occur in global warming but one principal research scientist begs to differ.
As events in Ferguson, Missouri unfold, prominent officials black and white are meeting in St. Louis with a plan to reduce racial divide.
A couple in Scotland is fighting against the government's plan to provide a "Big Brother" to every child in the country through age 18.
With the arrest of a high-profile homosexual activist with ties to the Human Rights Campaign, a pro-family leader feels vindicated.
A proposal to allow gambling on professional sports has surfaced again in New York, and one expert is concerned about the impact it might have on children.
The Christian owners of a business in Northern Ireland are standing by their family values in a stand against promoting the homosexual lifestyle.
While the Department of Health and Human Services claims 100,000 "new" applications for ObamaCare after the first few days of the second open enrollment period, one analyst argues that's not the thing to watch.
Two United Nations humanitarian aid organizations have been charged with working to covertly sterilize 2.3 million women and girls through administering a Kenyan government-sponsored tetanus vaccine.
ObamaCare open enrollment for 2015 gets under way today, yet those who remain uninsured may qualify for penalty exemptions.