"Human Capital" is the third in a series of videos released by the Center for Medical Progress. In it, a former technician for a biomedical company details harvesting fetal organs for Planned Parenthood.
If you dig in Jerusalem, you never know what you might find. One family recently discovered an important treasure from the time of Jesus under their living room floor.
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In China, believers are fighting back after officials in Zhejiang Province tore down more than 1,500 crosses from church buildings.
A bill to permanently defund Planned Parenthood has been introduced in the Senate. It would strip all federal funds from the nation's largest abortion provider and redirect it to other entities that provide women's healthcare services.
Later this week the Highway Trust Fund officially runs out of money unless Congress authorizes more funding for roads and bridges. But the bill could infuriate conservative voters and even wind up costing the GOP the 2016 election.
It's a song that's been sung throughout churches, schools, and movies. Now it's hitting the big stage: on Broadway. "Amazing Grace" tells the story behind the famous hymn and its author through music and dance.
The Boy Scouts of America now allows gay scout leaders. BSA President Bob Gates announced the change Monday, approved by the organization's national executive board by a 45-12 vote.
From protests in America's streets to the halls of Congress, cries to defund Planned Parenthood are growing.
Not all Palestinian officials are denying a report from earlier this week that Palestinian Chairman Mahmoud Abbas will resign his post in the next two months because of fatigue.
Israel welcomed Tuesday's long-awaited announcement to release Israeli agent Jonathan Pollard after serving 30 years of a life sentence, including a number of years in solitary confinement.
They may just look like a bunch of kids dancing and singing around the city streets of Africa. You can even spot them performing throughout the world's largest slums.
A successful photographic studio in the capital of Cuba is offering unexpected support to the nation's Christian community.