As violent protests continue in Ferguson, Missouri, over the grand jury's Michael Brown decision, Officer Darren Wilson is publicly offering his side of the story.
Protests followed the announcement that a white police officer would not be indicted in the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager. Bishop Harry Jackson talks about how the church must lead the way to healing.
We know the Pilgrims became some of America's first English settlers. But what else about these Christians helped them shape what became the most free, most powerful nation on earth?
Give Thanks! It's All Gravy Compared to What's Deserved
Focus: How the Pilgrims and Reformation Formed America
A Rare Look Inside Baghdad as ISIS Is on the Move
Distracted Driving in Seconds Changed Her Forever
Safe from Abuse: Beulah London's Fashion for Freedom
Green Power Ranger Promotes Ultimate Hero, Jesus
Golf Pro Goes from Drunk Driving to Championing Life
Rap Artist Lecrae a Gideon-Like 'Anomaly'
Job-Hopping Millennials Want Purpose in Work
Sen. Charles E. Schumer, D-N.Y., now says it was a mistake for the Democrats to pass Obamacare in 2010.
Thanksgiving is the one day of the year that we set aside for the purpose of giving thanks. It's a good start, but what if we showed our gratitude throughout the year?
Four out of ten Americans are not working. Now, there's a new trend among younger Americans that indicates it's actually cool not to work.
The remarkable story of the Machal pilots is the subject of a new Spielberg documentary--not Steven Spielberg, but his sister, Nancy.
Just days before his death this summer, Olympic track athlete and former WWII prisoner of war Louis Zamperini finished his final race: the completion of his book, Don't Give Up, Don't Give in.
On this special edition of Christian World News, we celebrate Thanksgiving. We look back at some of the biggest stories of the year and show where God was working in the midst of chaos.