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On the fast-track to glam rock fame and fortune in the 1980's, Bob sold his soul for sex, drugs and rock n' roll. After flaming out in the 90's and landing in prison, God's redeeming power turned Bob's life around.
Lawmakers Look to Protect Against Cyber Attacks
Islamic Sharia Law Comes to Great Britain
Stoning for adultery. Amputations for theft. Death for apostates. This is life under Sharia law and it's alive and well in, of all places, Great Britain.
Identity Swiped! Guarding against High-Tech Scams
Every year, thieves are coming up with new ways to rob consumers of their identity.
'Path of Fire' a Deadly Gamble for Illegals
After becoming a victim of credit card fraud and identity theft, Amanda shares how she resolved her credit chaos. Also, a Chesapeake, VA detective offers practical information in protecting yourself from becoming the next victim.
Lynne believed she was fatally flawed. After several failed marriages, she decided to take her life.
What do I do when my boss is stealing? How can I understand the answers God gives me? Any suggestions on understanding the stock market?
Egypt’s government wants two Christian boys to change their official religious status to Muslim. Now the case is on its way to court.
It's estimated that returning stolen merchandise costs stores close to 16 billion dollars a year. It also drives prices up - so you pay more for what you buy.
Millions of Americans are using a new kind of credit card. It can be swiped from a distance, which makes paying even easier. But a new report claims that the cards may pose a risk for identity theft…
In the former Soviet Republic of Belarus more than 100 Christians are in a standoff with public officials.
Each year, older citizens are swindled out of billions of dollars by scammers on the Internet, on the phone, and even by those closest to them.
U.S. dependence on foreign oil has led to a large transfer of wealth to Muslim nations and could be advancing Sharia law.
He was lost in a world of drugs and crime, but what Tom was really looking for was a daddy.
Bill Dallas, former embezzler, will discuss why people try to fool others with financial schemes. He is the author of "Lessons from San Quentin."