Most people have never heard of Branislav Huberman. The great Polish violinist used music to rescue hundreds of Jews from Nazis death camps.
The tragic Washington mudslide has at least one silver lining: It has given area pastors an opportunity to talk to people about Jesus.
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President Barack Obama is on his way to Asia where he will work to reassure America's Asian allies that the United States is committed to the region both economically and militarily.
A New Jersey family is suing a school district, saying the phrase "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance discriminates against atheist children.
The White House is denying politics played a role in delaying a decision on building the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Three former NASA astronauts say it's just "blind luck" that Earth hasn't experienced a catastrophic impact from asteroids big enough to wipe out an entire city.
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Pastor Saeed Abedini sent an Easter message from his hospital bed in Iran, where he's serving an eight-year sentence for his faith.
The world's more than 2 billion Christians celebrated the resurrection of Jesus Christ Sunday.
China will be the "world's most Christian nation" in 15 years, according to a report from the London Sunday Telegraph.
Angry Palestinians are waging a smear campaign against one of their own after a government minister called Jewish blood "precious," according to a Gatestone Institute report.