Despite repeated missteps during her campaign, gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis continues to enjoy positive news stories from the big networks.
When one conservative personality got upset about people and government going after guns, she didn’t just get mad about it … she wrote about it.
A conservative media watchdog says the reported hacking of sensitive files belonging to an award-winning journalist critical of the Obama administration is the kind of thing one would expect in a totalitarian country.
It’s a fact that most parents don’t want to come to terms with, but must address within their homes — Internet porn is invading their children’s lives through the very electronic devices they’ve purchased … at an alarming rate. (Caution: This story contains terms that some may find offensive.)
A new television network has launched with the goal of providing a platform for Jewish believers inside Israel.
Some big names in Hollywood are looking to profit from the public's anxiety about the Ebola virus.
An aerobatic flight instructor and race car driver has written a new book that suggests miracles really do happen and there is power in prayer.
A group Christian attorneys has compiled a new book to educate the public about the most feared and brutal terrorist group threatening Americans today.
As the Ebola outbreak continues to stir many across the globe into a panic, biologist Sharon K. Gilbert is busy researching not only the physical toll this disease will take on populations, but whether Ebola plays a role in the End Times.
An advocacy group claims there is widespread support that television shows, movies and video games containing violent content can lead to increased aggression in children.
The grandson of a noted preacher has rebranded a popular television program and church congregation.
A new book by Dr. David Jeremiah delves into the Book of Revelation.
The current issue of Christian History Magazine is out. The publication tackles the topic of work and vocation in the history of the church.
Major television networks have refused to report on what clearly appears to be an act of domestic terrorism committed by a self-proclaimed homegrown jihadist.
A conservative critic says a network's decision to renew the low-rated "Dating Naked" program serves as yet another reason that TV consumers need the power to choose what they want to pay for on cable.
A documentary on human trafficking is gearing up for launch with the intention of raising awareness and motivating action.