Greece slipped deeper into a financial abyss after defaulting on a loan from the International Monetary Fund. Now the question is whether Greece will remain in the eurozone. But there may be a ray of hope.
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It's a historic day for the United States and Cuba. On Wednesday, the Obama administration announced the reopening of embassies in Washington and Havana.
Senior Obama administration officials knew in 2009 that Hillary Clinton was using a private email account while secretary of state.
County clerks in Texas who object to gay marriage can refuse to issue marriage licenses, according to Texas' attorney general. And in other states, some clerks are refusing to issue marriage licenses to any couples.
A group calling itself a branch of ISIS has threatened Arab Christians in Jerusalem with death if they don't leave the city.
Following massive terror attacks in the northern Sinai Peninsula Tuesday, including a suicide car bombing, the IDF closed the Kerem Shalom crossing with the Gaza Strip.
The United Church of Christ announced its endorsement of the BDS movement against Israeli products produced in Judea and Samaria (the West Bank).
Fire has damaged another prominent African American church in South Carolina.
With summer vacations heating up, there is one thing you shouldn't forget. For many, Christian music festivals can be pivotal moments in defining faith through the message and community experienced through music.