Focus: Overcoming Fear: One Church and an Ebola Outcast
Bella's Gift: The Santorum Family's Unlikely Hero
China Swallowing Up Territory, Neighbors in Fear
'We're Not Dogs': Immigration House Offers Safe Place
Enough Is Enough: The Case for a Convention of States
Muslims Burn 69 Churches; Christians Forgive
Focus: Using Polio, Measles, HIV Viruses to Treat Cancer?
Sacred Ground App: Triumphing over Holocaust, Hate
46 Peaks That Make Legends of Ordinary People
Secretary of State John Kerry is slated to meet with Iran's foreign minister Monday. It's the first time the pair has seen each other since they laid out the framework for a nuclear deal earlier this month.
Former President George W. Bush said President Barack Obama is being naive about Iran and his nuclear deal with that country.
The highly anticipated Apple Watch hits stores Friday and unlike Apple's other devices, users never have to put it down. Etiquette experts are anticipating a whole new wave of annoying habits to stem from the device.
Democratic leaders claim that one of their highest priorities is to lift up the middle class and reduce the income gap between rich and poor. But that goal collides with their very highest priority: stopping climate change.
Roma Downey and Mark Burnett's new Bible miniseries airs on NBC this Easter. "A.D. The Bible Continues" tells the story of the first 10 chapters of the Book of Acts, recounting the first few decades of the early church.
Fifty-five years after Charlton Heston brought the classic novel "Ben-Hur" to life on the silver screen, Mark Burnett and Roma Downey are set to tackle a remake.
Lecrae Moore continues to cross boundaries and dispell stereotypes. His latest project, "Anomaly," broke records on sacred and secular charts not long after its release. He talks about being an "anomaly" for Christ.