Nearly 47 million Americans are expected to travel at least 50 miles from home during Thanksgiving week, the most travelers since 2007, despite warnings of a potential terrorist attack.
Two months after a devastating fire, Mercy Chefs are returning to Middletown, California, bringing a Thanksgiving tradition to one of the communities they've served over the last year.
Chicago's mayor is asking African-American ministers to urge the community to be peaceful in their protests over a deadly police shooting of a black teen by a white officer.
An ongoing debates over America's start is whether the founders meant to establish a Christian nation. Many wonder today if we disconnecting from our foundation.
Indiana authorities have now charged two young men with the murder of Amanda Blackburn, the pregnant wife of a pastor in Indianapolis.
Many pro-life Americans pray their politicians will do the major work of ending abortion by someday outlawing the practice. But author Brian Fisher argues that such thinking lets the Church off the hook.
The Muslim teenager who was arrested and suspended for making a clock that school authorities thought was a bomb is now suing the city and school district of Irving, Texas.
Planned Parenthood is suing the state of Texas over its push to block Medicaid funding to the nation's largest abortion provider.