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Shocking, on the ground report from France: The Islamization of Paris.
The French have become increasingly fed up with what they see as the growing Islamization of France.
Pizza, pasta and breadsticks! These Health magazine editors share why carbs are okay for your diet and can make you thin.
The Iranian government is using an international police agency to track down dissidents in other countries.
Who are we? Where did we come from? Some scientists believe they are one step closer to answering those questions.
As seen on The 700 Club for Thursday, April 22, the top headlines from CBN News include -- Tea Party’s First Victim? Crist May Leave the GOP, Belgium, France Prepare to Ban Islamic Veils, and more.
The greatest threat to Israel's survival may be the notion that the world would be a better place without Israel.
The families at Greenbrier Church get together every October 31 to provide an environment that makes room for heaps of fun while using the day as a "teachable moment."
While Christianity is still very relevant in the United States, and is exploding in the developing world, Europe today has sunk below unbelief, and is now labeled "Christophobic" and "anti-religious."
French President Nicolas Sarkozy called the birth of modern Israel a "miracle," and said it was probably the central event of the 20th century.
Eight months after the war in south Lebanon, Christians are facing a wide range of difficulties. Now South Lebanon Christians are looking to God to give them strength in the midst of hardship.
The national anthem is a stirring song that can move even the most apathetic American. The author of the anthem was a devout Christian.
America is known for sending Christian missionaries all over the world. The birthplace of that heart for the nations is a tiny town in New England.
What appeared to be a perfect marriage ended after five years of marriage when Lance and Kristin Armstrong announced their divorce in 2003.
Chris Carmichael is a successful personal trainer, but he's mostly known for being the man behind seven-time Tour de France winner, Lance Armstrong.
Nuclear power -- it's cheap, reliable, and abundant energy. And France has found great use of it.
The four young girls share the importance of the national anthem and sing the "Star-Spangled Banner."
Celiac disease and other food allergies don't have to limit your dining experience. The author of Let's Eat Out tells you how to expand your eating options safely.