State Dept. Claims It Has No Plans to Bring Ebola Victims to US, Despite Memo; Australia's Travel Ban on Ebola-Hit Countries Slammed as 'Discriminatory'
Pastor Benjamin (Bent) Altschul of Great Among The Nations Ministry, Holds Revival Conferences Among Belgium's Baptist Churches
Oregon pro-lifers are fearful of the impact of a ballot measure that could suffocate the voice for life in the already liberal state of Oregon. Interestingly, Planned Parenthood's state affiliate opposes the measure as well.
A pro-life group may seek legal remedy after police in San Antonio, Texas, allegedly violated their free-speech rights.
An energy policy organization thinks the Environmental Protection Agency chief is trying to get her regulatory agenda going with recent comments about climate change.
When one conservative personality got upset about people and government going after guns, she didn’t just get mad about it … she wrote about it.
An author who grew up in the Mormon Church isn't surprised church leaders have finally disclosed that founder Joseph Smith had many wives, including a 14-year-old girl.
A Colorado pro-life group is telling residents there to not vote for the "lesser of two evils" in the upcoming election for U.S. Senate.
A traditional values expert says the citizens of Virginia have good reason to be outraged over a controversy surrounding the state health commissioner.
Even though many students were vehemently opposed, Notre Dame University has finally approved a campus group that promotes traditional marriage.
An American in Canada for a trial for telling the truth about homosexuality had part of his possessions seized this week when he entered the country.
America's Christian population is dwindling but one well-known pastor says we can't let the light go out.
Pro-lifers have lost the initial legal challenge against Jackson, Mississippi, police but the battle is far from over.
An atheist known for attacking expressions of faith in the U.S. Armed Forces has convinced the Air Force to remove a newsletter contribution from a colonel because he mentioned his faith.
The mayor of Houston, TX, has withdrawn subpoenas she issued to a group of local pastors demanding copies of their sermons and other communication in which they may have expressed their political views.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Madison Bumgarner is ready to pitch in for Game 7.
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — The NCAA ruled Wednesday that Georgia star running back Todd Gurley must sit out until Nov. 15 for accepting more than $3,000 for autographed memorabilia and other items over a two-year period.
A gun-rights group is speaking out in the aftermath of an October 24 school shooting at a high school in Washington state.
A conservative media watchdog says the reported hacking of sensitive files belonging to an award-winning journalist critical of the Obama administration is the kind of thing one would expect in a totalitarian country.