Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is going on the attack, comparing Republican presidential candidates to terrorists because of some of their pro-life views.
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Bible clubs in the public shools are growing across California. Find out what happened when rival gang members stumbled into one as they were running from school security.
A new survey shows that the number of babies born to unmarried Millenials is decreasing. In the past, most babies born to Millenials have been outside of marriage, but that is changing.
One thing has been constant: doomsayers and declinists have predicted that we would soon drill the last barrel of oil. But last month, the United States hit very close to the highest output level in recorded history.
A Kentucky county clerk is bike riding across the state to bring attention to the plight of Kim Davis, the Rowan County clerk who is fighting a legal battle for her refusal to issue marriage licenses.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been the most outspoken leader by far against the Iranian nuclear deal. But what are the unpublished Israelis saying?
Russia and Iran are announcing all kinds of joint ventures, evidence of the increasingly close ties between them.
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Southeast, Pass Christian, Miss. residents remain resilient in their recovery efforts, despite the deep scars left behind.
Ten years ago Hurricane Katrina decimated the Gulf Coast. Today, The Fuller Center disaster rebuilders and other faith-based groups like Mercy Chefs are still helping people start over.