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Lebanese Families Tell Syria: Return Our Sons

Lebanese families are demanding the release of their sons from prisons in Syria.

Portrait of Laura Bush

Pat Robertson interviews author Ronald Kessler on his latest book, "Laura Bush : An Intimate Portrait of the First Lady".

Twilight in the Desert

Pat Robertson interviews author Matthew Simmons regarding the idea that America is running out of oil.

The ‘Silent’ Addiction among Teens

More than one million teens are trapped in what is being called an invisible disease: gambling.

Should Illegal Immigrants be Deported?

The 12 million Hispanic illegal immigrants living in the U.S. are a hot button issue for Congress as they...

Putting the 'Fellow' Back into Fellowship

As New York men form true friendships at the New Canaan Society, it makes it real to them just...

Anti-Child Porn Groups Target Online Porn Industry

Anti-porn groups are depending on parents to monitor children online and citizens to report child exploitation to the center's tipline.

Documents Reveal Saddam's Hidden Agenda

The newly released documents have already provided a clearer picture of Saddam's links to international terror.

Dr. Russell Blaylock: Stop a Stroke Before It Starts

A stroke occurs when a blood vessel feeding the brain bursts or is blocked by a clot. That causes...

Worshiping Outside the Traditional Church Walls

Church, as most of us know it, may shrink more than 50 percent in the next couple of decades....

Regent Law Advances in ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition

Regent University School of Law represents two of the four regional teams that will move towards the national round...

The Terri Schiavo Case: One Year Later

This week marks the one-year anniversary of Terri Schiavo's death, and the family are determined to keep Terri's story alive.

Who Will Be Israel’s Next Prime Minister?

As Israel braces for its sixth election in 14 years, the two words most used to describe the voters...

Katrina Volunteers Beg FEMA Not to Shut Down Camps

Carolyn Pitre is grateful to find her Bible among her belongings, piled up in the street in front of...

The Soaring Eagles of New Mexico

The Native Americans of Albuquerque have a place to call home in the Mesa View United Methodist Church.

Women Who Make the World Worse

The Washington editor of National Review magazine, Kate O'Beirne, says the feminist movement did more harm than good.

Who is Sa'ad Al-Fagih?

The Saudi dissident is being accused of trying to assassinate the new King of Saudi Arabia. But he says...

Dems Struggle to Unite with Far Left

There is talk that this could be a big year for the Democrats. But there is one problem lurking...