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Updated 22 minutes ago

Netanyahu: Nuclear Iran Bigger Problem than ISIS

A nuclear-armed Iran is a far more dangerous threat to the world than the Islamic State, but to Israel, it's an even a greater threat.

Updated 50 minutes ago

Sec. Kerry Blames Israel for Rise of ISIS

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's remarks tying ISIS with the lack of progress in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations follows a pattern.

Updated 14 hours ago

Hillsong Pastor Re-Affirms Stance on Gay Marriage

Brian Houston, pastor of Hillsong Church in Sydney, Australia, has issued a statement re-affirming his traditional position on same-sex marriage. 

Updated 15 hours ago

Obama: High Court's Gay Ruling Best of Presidency

President Barack Obama says the U.S. Supreme Court's tacit approval of gay marriage is the court's most consequential action of his presidency.

Updated 16 hours ago

The 'Stranger' Among Us: Church Tackles Immigration

Churches at the frontlines of the illegal immigration debate are finding that the answer to the age-old question of how to treat immigrants might not be clean-cut.

Updated 20 hours ago

Violence Raises Doubt Nigeria Girls Will Be Freed

New violence in Nigeria is casting doubt on the government's claim the Boko Haram terrorist group is ready to release more than 200 schoolgirls.

Updated 20 hours ago

Palestinian Unity Gov't. Still Sputtering

The P.A. unity government has yet to function as a cohesive coalition, as disputes between rival Palestinian factions, Hamas and Fatah, continue.

Updated 20 hours ago

ADF Unimpressed by Houston's 'Revised' Subpoenas

Houston Mayor Annise Parker said the word "sermons" is being deleted from the subpoenas seeking information from five local pastors. But the Alliance Defending Freedom says the city "still doesn't get it."

Updated 20 hours ago

UCSF Study Shows Link Between Sodas, Aging

Soft drinks could make you age prematurely by damaging your cells, according to a study at the University of California- San Francisco.

Updated 20 hours ago

Roman Catholic Bishops Scrap Gay-Friendly Proposal

Roman Catholic bishops have scrapped a controversial proposal to make their church more welcoming to homosexual people.