May 2014 Headlines
Some say America is in such a moral tailspin that without a Third Great Awakening, we could be lost. Now there's a plan to spark that awakening this summer.
Fox News anchor Bret Baier and his family have learned the hard way what it's like to be part of a staggering statistic. They believe God is using their journey to help others.
The Obama administration is announcing a new pollution rule Monday - and it's expected to be perhaps the most significant U.S. environmental regulation in decades.
Joseph Sonnier became principal in November, but he's been a fixture at the school for more than 30 years. For 27 of those years, his title was janitor.
A small Arizona church that helps the homeless could be forced into foreclosure over a hefty tax bill it might not actually owe.
Planned Parenthood has hidden child sexual abuse cases and aided sexual exploitation of young girls for years, according to the pro-life group Live Action.
Most Americans say the president's healthcare plan has not helped them, according to a new Gallup poll.
Religiously themed speeches are no longer allowed at Winfield High School's graduation ceremony in West Virginia.
World-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson says America need to go back to our roots, believing in God to truly make us "One Nation Under God."
In Oregon, children as young as 12 years old could have access to free condoms.
The Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson is expected to face aggressive questioning on Capitol Hill over an immigration scandal Thursday.
The Houston City Council has approved a controversial gay rights ordinance that critics say would impede religious liberties.
New York City police officers will soon start carrying heroin overdose antidote kits.
Famed poet, author, actress, and civil rights activist Maya Angelou passed away at her home in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Wednesday.
An atheist group has lost its lawsuit challenging the tax exemptions for churches and religious groups.
Disturbing new revelations have come to light about the strategies used by Veterans Affairs clinics to hide delays in treating veterans.
Police in Pennsylvania are searching for the gunman who shot a pregnant teenager, killing her unborn child.
Abortion providers in Wisconsin are trying to persuade a federal judge to strike down a law that requires them to have hospital admitting privileges.
Pilots may only have to think to fly a plane in the future, thanks to brain-operated technology.
Fighting urban blight could cost the city of Detroit $2 billion, according to a newly released report from the city's Blight Removal Task Force.
Colorado officials have called off search efforts for three men who went missing after Sunday's Mesa County mudslide.
Nearly everyone who was wounded in last week's shooting rampage in Santa Barbara, California, are now out of the the hospital.
There's been a move afoot in recent years to replace "The Star-Spangled Banner" as America's national anthem with something less aggressive and involved with war.
The parents of Eliot Rodger, the 22-year-old man who went on a killing rampage in California Friday, said they tried the prevent their son's killing spree but were too late.
President Barack Obama made a surprise visit to American troops in Afghanistan over Memorial Day weekend.
Around one third of all pregnancies ends in abortion in Detroit, according to The Detroit News.
As Christians across the nation mark Memorial Day, author Joshua J. Masters is encouraging believers to not just be patriots, but "praying patriots."
This Memorial Day the nation honors the men and women who have sacrificed their lives for our country.
Three states have begun an investigation into the huge computer theft of personal information from the Internet giant, eBay.
Has the war on Christianity in America spiraled out of control? Fox News host Todd Starnes tells people of faith: make no mistake -- a great storm is approaching.
For those across the country facing a stormy Memorial Day weekend, taking the family to a movie could be a sensible alternative.
A new Associated Press-GfK poll shows growing public support for same-sex marriage.
As expected, severe weather moved into the mid-Atlantic overnight. From New York to Virginia, damaging storms brought hail, high winds, and flooding.
Some Democrats are fighting back against new Obama administration proposals on coal-fired power plants.
Major storms from Colorado to the Plains spawned giant hail, flash flooding, and tornadoes.
New York City police arrested at least 70 people for making and trading child porn over the Internet, federal officials said Wednesday.
A federal judge ruled that Dordt College in Iowa and Cornerstone University in Michigan don't have to comply with the mandate, for now.
Ten years after being kidnapped and forced to wed her abductor, a California woman is now free.
The Robertson family is used to breaking records, but their latest one is going down in the books.
A racially diverse coalition of Houston churches is hoping to defeat a proposed ordinance that would ban discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Drive through the tornado-battered town of Moore, Okla. today and you see recovery: new homes, businesses and soon, a new Briarwood Elementary School.
A new war documentary,"The Hornet's Nest," is more than just a true story. It's been described as "an intensely raw film experience."
Gay marriage is legal in 17 states and Washington D.C. and the number keeps growing.
A federal jury in New York found a radical Islamic cleric guilty of supporting terrorism around the world.
Same-sex marriages in Oregon could begin Monday, depending on a judge's ruling.
A Christian legal group is defending a pastor who was arrested for protesting outside an abortion clinic in Mississippi.
SunTrust has reinstated David and Jason Benham's real estate listings shortly after the bank announced cutting ties with them.
A Christian legal advocacy group has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a pastor arrested for protesting outside an abortion clinic in Columbus, Mississippi.
"Godzilla" and "Million Dollar Arm" debut in theaters across the nation Friday.
Idaho and Arkansas are working to untangle confusing rulings on gay marriage, Friday.
The Texas Department of Transportation is under fire for banning a Ten Commandments sign on a Hemphill, Texas, woman's private property.
Wildfires flared up again in Southern California. The fires have driven tens of thousands of people from their homes and caused more than $20 million in damage.
Advocacy groups are gathering in D.C. for the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Summit, a meeting aimed to raise awareness of the dangers of porn.
The Oregon Education Association has asked that the state drop the tests for math and reading, saying they will harm students. But the state's education chief has refused.
A museum devoted to telling the story of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks opens Thursday deep beneath ground zero in New York City.
The Federal Communication Commission is moving forward with a plan to end net neutrality.
Women wanting abortions in Missouri may soon have to wait longer since lawmakers approved legislation requiring a 72-hour wait period.
The head of Veteran's Affairs said he's angry over the possibility of poor quality health care at VA hospitals.
Children eat more than 10 pounds of sugar each year if they're eating a normal bowl of breakfast cereal every day, according to the Environmental Working Group.
Controversy is swirling around the Golden State Warriors' decision to fire coach Mark Jackson, who is an outspoken Christian.
Conservatives and critics are blasting the Obama administration after a report showed that law enforcement released 36,000 convicted criminal aliens last year.
Wildfires continue raging through Southern California Thursday, with nine blazes covering more than 14 square miles burning around the city of Carlsbad.
North Dakota is defending its new abortion law after a federal judge struck it down. The law made abortions illegal from the moment a doctor detects a fetal heartbeat.
Two weeks after an estimated 75 deadly tornadoes ravaged the South, hundreds of families in are struggling to put their homes and their lives back together.
The history of healing in the U.S. can be traced to John G. Lake, a leader of the Pentecostal movement. His legacy lives on with the re-opening of his "healing rooms."
Brian Boyles, pastor of Charlotte's Northside Baptist Church, is a friend of Jason and David Benham. He said others can learn from their consistency.
The Media Research Center is calling billionaire investor Warren Buffett "the true face of abortion."
Officials have lifted wildfire evacuation orders for 20,000 residents in San Diego, and thousands of residents are returning to their homes.
Gay couples in Idaho could get married as soon as Friday after a district judge ruled that the state's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.
A week after their show got axed from HGTV, David and Jason Benham are still making headlines. But instead of defending their reputation, they're sharing their faith.
Former Army Sgt. Kyle J. White is being awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroism during combat in Afghanistan.
The iconic TIME-LIFE books brand is being revived, with the company kicking off its re-launch with a broad new book about the Bible.
Residents across the heartland are in recovery mode Tuesday after another day of turbulent weather. Heavy rains brought flooding in areas from Texas to Illinois.
Edgar Harrell is one of the few WWII vets who survived the worst Navy disaster in U.S. history. His miracle is inspiring Americans to appreciate more the cost of freedom.
Michael Sam, the first openly gay player drafted by a pro football team, is headed to Saint Louis, Missouri.
Three years after being damaged when a 5.8 magnitude earthquake rocked nation's capital, the Washington Monument re-opened to the public Monday.
The Harvard University Cultural Studies Club dropped their sponsorship of the controversial black Satanic mass that was supposed to take place Monday evening.
At the White House first lady Michelle Obama spent Monday honoring military moms who have made a great sacrifice for their country.
Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel plans to appeal a county judge's ruling overturning a state amendment defining marriage as being between a man and a woman.
The SonRise Music Festival was held this past weekend, May 9-11 in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
The highest court in Massachusetts unanimously ruled that school children may continue to use the phrase "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Wild weather made for a messy Mothers' Day across the West and Midwest, with snowstorms unleashing havoc across the regions.
It's a comedy celebrating the challenges and joys of parenting. Faith-based family film "Mom's Night Out" hits theaters May 9, just in time for Mother's Day weekend.
Priests for Life told a federal court that the HHS mandate requiring it to provide employees free contraception violates the very reason for its existence.
Before he lost his battle in 2013, Zach Sobiech wrote a farewell song for family and friends called, "Clouds." It went viral on YouTube. But there is more to his story.
Carroll County, Maryland, officials have reinstated Christian prayers at their public meetings, even though their policy is still in legal limbo.
Christian brothers and business owners David and Jason Benham are citing a "smear campaign" as the reason their reality show was dropped by HGTV.
A growing number of educated mothers are leaving the work force to stay at home full time to raise their kids, according to a new study by the Pew Research Center.
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox says he supports keeping a six-foot-tall statue of Jesus on U.S. Forest Service land next to a Whitefish ski hill.
The editor of an Iowa newspaper was fired a week after he posted a personal blog on the gay community.
The threat of severe weather stretches through Mother's Day for much of the eastern half of the country.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that cities and towns across America can continue praying at public meetings.
Gene Robinson, the first openly gay Bishop of the Episcopal church, publicly announced he is divorcing his husband, Mark Andrew, on May 3.
Gas prices have been going up the past few months, but that could soon change.
The president of Hobby Lobby, Steve Green, is launching a campaign to introduce Bible courses as an elective in thousands of public schools by 2017.
Citizens of Rialto, California, blasted their local school board Wednesday night over an assignment telling students to decide if the Holocaust really happened.
A federal appeals court rejected Notre Dame University's request for a new hearing over its challenge to Obamacare's birth control mandate.
After one of the harshest winters on record, spring is bringing unusually warm temperatures to the nation's heartland, and along with it, some severe weather.
A year after Dr. Kermit Gosnell was convicted in the deaths of babies born alive, two filmmakers have made it their mission to expose the truth the doctor.
Alarmist. That's what critics are calling the latest White House climate change report saying global warming is already causing extreme weather.
The Ohio public school teacher who was fired for refusing to remove religious materials from his classroom is taking his case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
A day after the Supreme Court gave the green light to Christian prayers at public meetings, the ruling is being challenged in at least one municipality in Maryland.
Suicide among active-duty troops dropped last year, but among reserve soldiers it is going up. One man's mission to help veterans heal starts with one prayer at a time.
A Missouri man convicted of a robbery more than a decade ago not only escaped a prison sentenced, but now walks free with the support of his victim.
Hospital officials in Colorado say more people are getting burned as they try to extract a potent oil from marijuana.
Most people believe only half of U.S. marriages make it. But a leading researcher is announcing the true divorce rate is much lower and always has been.
Is the family relevant? That's the question at the heart of a new documentary by Focus on the Family.
Washington's top political leaders from both parties, along with journalists and celebrities, came together for the annual White House Correspondents' Association Dinner this weekend.
Veteran Hollywood actor Efrem Zimbalist Jr., passed away Friday at his ranch in Solvang, California. He was 95.
CBN's Superbook and a special series on Israel nominated for Daytime Emmy Awards.
Anne Graham Lotz urged those gathered for the 63rd annual National Day of Prayer to cry out to God "in humble repentance of sin."
A federal investigation into sexual assaults on college campuses poses a disturbing question: Are authorities doing enough to investigate such claims?
Sen. Edward J. Markey, D-Mass., is introducing a bill that would authorize the government to monitor speech on television, radio, and online.
Kentucky Derby fans will flood Louisville this weekend, pumping millions into the local economy. But some of that money will go towards commercial sex.
Divorce could be contagious, according to new research from Brown University.
Minnesota police foiled a teenager's plot to kill his family and launch a massacre at his high school.
The slow-moving storm system that brought deadly tornadoes and flooding across the South is finally sliding out to sea.
Schools across the country use technology to track student data. But many worry that personal information collected on their kids could someday be used against them.
Joan Kroc was philanthropist who dreamed that the rich and poor would come together to enjoy the finer things in life. Her dream has become a reality.
A federal judge ruled that a suburb in Ohio did not discriminate when they blocked a Christian school from moving into an office building.
The developer who once proposed a mosque and Muslim community center near New York City's ground zero now plans to build a museum devoted to Islam at the same site.
At least two people are dead and more than 100 injured following an explosion at a jail in Pensacola, Florida.
The storm system that spawned dozens of tornadoes across the South has left parts of the East Coast under water.