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Iran attempted missile launch from submarine, US officials say

By Lucas Tomlinson

Catholic archdiocese in Kansas City severs ties with the Girl Scouts

By Kate Scanlon

Franklin Graham: US Christians Persecuted For Opposing Gay Agenda​

By Jack Davis

China: Dozens of Pastors Gathered for 'Unity in Christianity' Event Arrested, Interrogated by Police

By Leah Marieann Klett

ISIS Tells Muslims to Avoid Christian Gatherings, Warns of Future Massacres

By Leah Marieann Klett

Grammy-Winning Rapper Calls Out Churches for Not Preaching the 'Hard Truth'

By Carly Hoilman

Pakistan: Hospital Forces Christian Staff to Attend Quran Readings

By Veronica Neffinger

Dems tout Day of Reason as alternative to National Day of Prayer

By Lydia Wheeler

Israel may lose Europe in Jerusalem sovereignty battle at UNESCO

By Tovah Lazaroff

Transgender Agenda Fail.

By Amanda Prestigiacomo

Donald Trump proclaims May annual Jewish American Heritage Month

By Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Court Rules Kentucky Print Shop Has Right to Avoid Making Gay Pride T-shirts

By Jacob Gershman

Dozens of countries hit by huge cyberextortion attack

By Anick Jesdanun, Jill Lawless and Aritz Parra

Pence: Trump Prays for Persecuted Christians, Says ISIS Will Be Destroyed

By Brandon Showalter

Evidence for Bible's Tower of Babel Discovered

By Anugrah Kumar

Mormon Church Ending Boy Scouts Programs for Older Teens; 180,000 Boys Affected

By Michael Gryboski

China Gripped by Spiritual Revival as 'Hundreds of Millions Turn to Religion and Faith'


Prayer at Michigan Town Hall Gathering Drowned Out With Shouts of 'Separation of Church and State'

By Heather Clark

World's Largest Jesus Christ Statue to Be Built in Most Populous Muslim Nation?

By Stoyan Zaimov

New computers could delete thoughts without your knowledge, experts warn

By Ian Johnston

U.S. test-fires ICBMs to stress its power to Russia, North Korea

By David Alexander

Japanese People Are Buying Bomb Shelters For Nuclear War

By Ryan Pickrell

UN peacekeepers' child sex ring left victims, but no arrests


Feds Promise to Protect Half a Million Girls in the U.S. From Genital Mutilation: "Practice Has No Place in Modern Society"

By Neil Munro

'Israeli strike' hits suspected Hezbollah arms depot near Damascus airport

By Bethan McKernan

Democrat Party Chair Says There's No Place for Pro-Life Democrats, But 23% of Democrats are Pro-Life

By Steve Ertelt

Scientists Take Big Step Toward 'Artificial Womb' to Save Premature Babies

By Andrew Follet

Trump Cabinet Members Praying, Studying the Bible Together

By CBNNews

Senate passes symbolic Legislation to declare Alabama a "Pro-Life State"

By Chip Brownlee

College Bans Christian Preaching, Labelling The Gospel 'Fighting Words'

By Angugrah Kumar

China bans religious names for Muslim babies in Xinjiang

By Benjamin Haas

UMC to Decide if LGBT Members Can Stay Pastors

By Jessilyn Justice

Pushing Infanticide

By Wesley J. Smith

For First Time, German Official Joins State Ceremony for Holocaust Remembrance Day

By Andrew Friedman

Anti-Semitism in 2016: Fewer physical attacks, more online hate

By Aryeh Savir

Young Professionals Quietly Transforming Muslim-Majority Central Asia for Christ

By George Thomas

New Study: Higher Risk of Suicide among Israelis from Countries Where Most Jews Were Murdered

By David Israel

LGBT-promoting teacher bans cross necklaces in class

By Bob Unruh

Children Must Be Taught Transgenderism, Homosexuality Starting in Nursery School, UK Teachers Say

By Stoyan Zaimov

Atheists Celebrate After Forcing Police Department To Take Down 'Police Officer's Prayer'

By Amber Randall

Midwives could soon be carrying out abortions after shock call from a law professor who was handed 500,000 for a major review - and top surgeons AGREE with her

By Jonathan Pete and Pat Hagan

The XX Factor

By Claire Lehmann

Harvard tells students gender identity can change 'day to day': Report

By Ken Shepherd

United Nations Elects Saudi Arabia to Women's Rights Commission

By Natalie Johnson

American Studies Association Will Have to Defend Its Anti-Semitism in Open Court

By Abraham H. Miller

A missing pastor and the disappearances chilling Malaysia

By Tessa Wong

'The Case for Christ' in Top 10 at Box Office

By Veronica Neffinger

Piers Morgan slams mainstream media for ignoring ISIS attack on Egyptian Christians

By Carlos Garcia

MIT Press Publishes 'Communism for Kids' Book

By Elizabeth Harrington

Harvard to Remove Line Referencing 'Puritans' from Alma Mater

By Ashley Rae Goldenberg