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A big Democrat win in this November's elections could jumpstart a contentious debate in Congress that has raged since the late 1980s. It's a debate that could let government decide what you can watch and hear on radio and TV…
Londonistan: In Allah We Trust
Robert Spencer knows a thing or two about the prophet Mohammed. His latest book, The Truth about Muhammad: Founder of the World's Most Intolerant Religion, looks at what Islam's founder actually did and taught.
Five years after the attacks of September 11, America continues to face a challenging enemy…
The Barthells got in credit card debt to the tune of $40,000. Even as unbelievers they found that Christian principles were the only way to get back on track.
Every year, children across the country head to summer camp. Many take their Bibles with them, including the children in the new documentary, "Jesus Camp." Mark Martin takes a look at the film and the controversy surrounding it.
Deep inside, most men know there is more to life than status, money and getting ahead, but a richer life seems elusive. Author Marcus Ryan understands this all too well, and he's ready to teach other men how to find peace in their lives.
Refined by Fire: The Brian Birdwell Story
Austin Carty went on the show Survivor: Panama-Exile Island hoping to win a million dollars. He didn’t win the money, but he did win the hearts of viewers.
Leslie Haskin shares her terrifying journey out of Tower One of the World Trade Center on 9/11, her subsequent dealings with post-traumatic stress disorder, and the peace she has now found because of her relationship with Jesus Christ.
After her parents divorced, Lorna Effler, who had been raised in a Christian environment, soon became the prodigal daughter, seeking out the party lifestyle of drugs and alcohol.
He is the most celebrated singer in gospel music with nine Grammy awards to his name but Andrae Crouch tells The 700 Club's Tim Branson why none of it really matters.
Joe Moscheo, member of the hit Gospel group, The Imperials, knows another side of Elvis unknown to many of his fans.
President Bush is urging the Senate to ratify a treaty, supporters say, which will protect America’s access to strategic international waters and the natural resources they contain.
Hundreds of Georgians cried out to God for rain on the steps of the state Capitol, Tuesday -- and it looks like God might be answering.
For this holiday season, the fitness expert demonstrates how to exercise using common household items.
In Russia, some Christians aren't allowed to have church buildings. One congregation in Moscow has been fighting to build a church for 15 years.
Gailon Totheroh reports on ways women can prevent the deadly disease before it starts.