Former Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent, Scott Ziegler, has been found guilty of the retaliation-based termination of teacher Erin Brooks.
Kirk Franklin's Raw Journey to Meeting His Father for the First Time at 53: 'I Wanted a Daddy so Bad'
Grammy Award-winning artist Kirk Franklin is opening up about the trauma, deception, and pain he experienced in his childhood, saying that being orphaned left him broken and living a life full of insecurities, despite his success in the music industry.
Model-turned-entrepreneur Kathy Ireland was recently honored at an influential pro-life gala, but the business mogul told the audience she wasn’t always on the side of life.
This Man Converted to Islam, but Then He Met Jesus in a Supernatural Dream and It Changed Everything
Mike Westerfield was in crisis mode. He was raised as a "religious Christian," but when he had no answers for the Muslim inmates who were giving him Islamic literature, he did the unthinkable. He converted to Islam. Years later, he met Jesus...
'I…Found Jesus': Famed TV Host Julie Chen Moonves Reveals How Faith, Forgiveness Have Transformed Her Life
Longtime “Big Brother” host Julie Chen Moonves is known for her successful TV career, but she’s also making headlines this month for another reason: her Christian faith.
The Supreme Court agreed on Friday to wade into the years-long, heated discussion about free speech online and decide whether states can defend the First Amendment by prohibiting social media platforms from censoring certain posts and accounts.
The U.S. Surgeon General says loneliness is now a public health threat so severe that it's on par with smoking and obesity. For far too many Americans, loneliness can become a painful secret, U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, M.D. said, revealing that he experienced this firsthand.
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Time is running out to avoid a government shutdown. Lawmakers have until midnight Saturday to reach a deal and so far there isn't one.
Seven Republican presidential candidates took the debate stage last night, arguing their case on issues from the border to abortion, from China to Ukraine. And some took on former President Donald Trump as well, calling out his statements on abortion which have angered pro-lifers. The front-runner skipped the debate again, opting instead to give a competing speech in Michigan.
A 2016 Illinois law mandates that pro-life doctors and pregnancy centers must not only refer patients for abortions but also talk about the alleged benefits. The law has been on hold since a year after it passed while pro-lifers pursue a legal challenge. After six long years, they finally had their day in court before the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.