March 2014 Headlines
Spring is closer than you think, and here's a sure sign: Daylight saving time has arrived.
This weekend families can look forward to a night of laughs with the movie "Mr. Peabody and Sherman."
Two new surveys reveal the Obamacare insurance marketplaces are failing to sign-up uninsured Americans.
A stage at a Southern California high school collapsed during a student event and 30-40 people were rushed to hospitals with mainly minor injuries.
One year after a judge ruled in favor of the World Trade Center museum cross, a symbol of hope for many, atheists are fighting that decision.
America has a heroin problem, especially in the Northeast. Vermont's governor is blowing the whistle on the problem and the state is seeking recovery.
Mention the word "secession" and most think of the Civil War. But a new movement is gaining steam due to anger of an out-of-control government.
Young adults are more likely to vote Democratic, according to a new Pew Research Center survey out March 7.
Religious leaders in Kansas are asking legislators to provide protection for those who refuse services for same-sex marriages because of religious convictions.
Many fear America's best days have passed. But Jim DeMint argues the key to restoring the nation's greatness lies in rediscovering the power of "smallness."
Former New York Yankee Mariano Rivera bought and restored an abandoned Presbyterian church for $3 million, calling it the fulfillment of a dream.
Purdue University has agreed to keep the word 'God' on a plaque honoring Dr. Michael McCracken, a major donor who's given the school $12,500 to the school.
Three children in Daytona Beach, Fla., are safe after being rescued from a minivan their pregnant mother drove into the Atlantic Ocean.
Two more abortion clinics are closing in Texas after failing to comply with a new anti-abortion law that passed last summer.
Members of Congress are speaking out for persecuted Christians.
President Barack Obama renewed his campaign Wednesday for Congress to approve a higher minimum wage.
A German home-school family will be allowed to stay in the United States permanently, the Department of Homeland Security said Tuesday.
A veterans group is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overrule an order removing a war memorial cross from a Southern California mountain.
Illinois county clerks can immediately begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, state Attorney General Lisa Madigan said Wednesday.
In Mississippi, a state House panel has passed a bill to protect religious rights.
In a move to appease religious movie critics, Paramount Pictures is adding a disclaimer to their promotional material for the new movie, "Noah."
The Washington, D.C., City Council has voted to decriminalize marijuana. Residents who possess less than one ounce of pot will no longer be charged with a crime.
A new poll shows many Americans are shifting their stance on gay marriage.
Gov. Steve Beshear is hiring outside attorneys to appeal a court order for Kentucky to recognize same-sex marriages from other states and countries.
The number of suicides in the military is continuing to rise -- and not just for deployed soldiers.
The polar vortex is back, sinking much of the nation down into another deep freeze.
Ambassador Ron Dermer, Israel's newest voice in Washington, warns Iran's nuclear program is not just a problem for Israel, but for America as well.
The morning after pill will now be more widely available over the counter. The FDA is now allowing generic versions of the drug to be sold without a prescription.
Federal offices across the District of Columbia closed Monday as Washington officials declared a state of emergency.
About 1 million Americans are facing a massive mid-Atlantic winter storm Monday that cancelled 2,000 flights and prompted New Jersey to declare a state of emergency.
The Walt Disney Company will begin cutting funding to the Boy Scouts of America in 2015 because of its ban on gay leaders.
The new faith-based film "Son of God" was a huge success at the box office this weekend, earning $26.5 million.
President Barack Obama is challenging Congress to help him create jobs and rebuild the nation's infrastructure.