Kentucky clerk Kim Davis sits behind bars Friday for refusing to issue marriage licenses to anyone in her district. In doing so, she's become a national symbol for many who oppose gay marriage because of their faith.
More than 100,000 Christians have escaped ISIS terrorists over the past year. Most are still scattered across the Middle East.
Hundreds of clergy members could soon resign from ministry positions after their names surfaced on the list of users who use ashleymadison.com, a website that helps married people cheat on their spouse.
The children's publishing giant Scholastic has come out with a pro-transgender book for kids, and they're getting some extra promotional help from taxpayer-funded National Public Radio.
For most kids, camp is a care-free time playing outside and learning to camp. But children in the Philippines are learning different kinds of survival skills -- how to keep from being victims of human trafficking.
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In Germany, hundreds of Muslim refugees are turning to Christ at a Berlin church.
Families looking for indoor, family friendly entertainment will want to stay away from "Transporter Refueled," and "A Walk in the Woods," and steer toward "War Room."
A House committee investigating the Benghazi attacks is questioning another member of Hillary Clinton's inner circle.
The Parallel Bible app merges Scripture, photography, and social media.
There's good news for travelers hitting the road this Labor Day weekend. AAA projects that gas prices will be at their lowest level in a decade.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled against Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who stopped issuing marriage licenses because of her Christian convictions about gay marriage.
In his lastest book, Plunder and Deceit, Mark Levin issues a clear warning for America, taking direct aim at what he sees as the threat posed by a growing, powerful federal government to the next generation.
President Obama now has the support he needs to uphold a veto of any legislation against the Iranian nuclear deal, but apparently that's not enough for him.
Israeli authorities barred 40 female activists from entering the Temple Mount for between 10 days and two months.