July 2015 Headlines
You'll likely be learning more about Belarus due to its strategic position between Russia and the West. As the U.S. works to improve relations, Christians are working to change the hearts of its top leaders.
A jihadist teacher for ISIS has turned to the Bible, seeking to learn more about Jesus Christ.
Iraqi Christians are training to join in the fight against ISIS.
Civil war and devastation threaten the new country of South Sudan, turning the promise of a bright future into a horrible nightmare to try to survive.
A suicide bomber attacked a packed evangelical Christian church service in Nigeria, killing at least six people and wounding many others.
Secretary of State John Kerry says the nuclear deal with Iran could "go either way."
The United States is stopping Middle East nations from arming the Kurds in the fight against ISIS.
Greece's prime minister is urging citizens to vote "no" in Sunday's referendum.
Terror warnings have put America's military, federal agents and police across the country on high alert this holiday weekend.
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.
The head of the U.N.'s International Atomic Energy Agency is meeting with Iran's president in Tehran Wednesday regarding the Islamic Republic's nuclear program.