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Make Way for the Mega-Mosque

Some now call London the "Muslim capital of Europe." And now London could be home to the largest Mosque...

Are Amniotic Stem Cells the Answer?

Amniotic fluid stem cells may eventually offer promising treatments without the ethical downside. No embryos are destroyed.

2007: Year of Threats, Year of Promise

The Democrats are back, and their return to power in both the House and Senate is sure to dominate...

Remembering Harald Bredesen

The father of the modern charismatic movement, Harald Bredesen, died on Friday, December 29, 2006. He was 88.

Sandra Lee: Holiday Hosting

Food Network host Sandra Lee provides easy tips for making your holiday table festive and fun.

E.D. Hill on Parenting

Pat Robertson talks with the former Fox News host and mother of eight about proper parenting.

Investigations Continue in Mumbai Attacks

Security forces had been scouring the Taj Mahal hotel for booby traps and bodies.

Sandra Lee: Success Starts in the Pantry

Food Network host Sandra Lee says it doesn't have to be hard to feed your family and save money,...

Glenn Beck: My Life's Turning Point

Author and syndicated talk show host Glenn Beck, whose book "The Christmas Sweater" is getting rave reviews, shares the...

Religious Freedom

World leaders attended a religious tolerance conference sponsored by Saudi Arabia at the United Nations this week. Religious rights...

Phil Lembert: Wise Grocery Shopping

Phil Lempert, the Supermarket Guru, discusses how to eat healthily and save money.

Timothy Kay: Young Filmmaker Wins Full Scholarship

Teenager Tim Kay invested all his savings into his five-minute cinema production, which he entered in competition for a...

China's Churches Facing Leader Shortages

In China the church is growing so fast there's a shortage of pastors. And finding new ones isn't easy.

Life After the Beijing Olympics

Now that the Olympics are over, some are wondering where China goes from here.

Beijing Strikes Tourism Gold

The United Nations estimates that China will be the most popular tourist destination in the world by 2020.

China Sees a Growing Interest in Religion

Thirty years ago, the Chinese government forbid all religious activity. Today, freedom of religion is in China's constitution.

Olympians Gather for Prayer, Outreach

As thousands prayed in Washington D.C., miles away in Beijing, Olympic athletes were also meeting for a weekend of prayer.

Some Chinese Long for Ancient Way of Life

Parts of the historic city of Beijing are fast disappearing, leaving many residents longing for the old days.