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Boko Baram terrorists brutally murdered a group of women being held captive in Nigeria just moments before they were about to be rescued.
Baltimore's mayor lifted the city's week-long curfew Sunday. Meanwhile, churches united to pray for healing and justice following last week's unrest over Freddie Gray, the man who died while in police custody.
Speaking before of hundreds of people at Detroit Music Hall Monday, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson declared, "It's time for people to rise up and take the government back."
If you want to keep your brain healthy as you get older and possibly cut your risk of Alzheimer's or dementia, try improving your diet.
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.
In an exclusive interview with CBN, Nigeria's new vice president-elect says his government will do everything possible to rescue the Chibok girls.
Missionaries recently traveled to the village of Mokndoma in Papua, Indonesia, with a goal to bring help and healing to those who live there.
Christians in Niger are puting back the pieces of their lives after Muslims destroyed their homes and churches. But instead of seeking revenge, the Christians are offering forgiveness.