A majority of millennial-aged Americans report being anxious, depressed or fearful as they struggle to develop lasting relationships, according to a national study conducted by the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University.
Former Southern Baptist Convention President James Merritt has resigned from his position as a visiting professor at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary amid controversy that followed his decision to share a short message by his son, who is gay.
A woman who accused former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment has demanded that CNN fire Chris Cuomo for his links to the ex-governor’s defense and trying to discredit his brother’s accusers.
Two sets of parents have filed a lawsuit against a Wisconsin school district over a policy that reportedly allows students to change their name and gender pronouns without parental consent.
The attorneys general of 22 states and the District of Columbia have signed onto a brief demanding that a Florida school district allow a transgender student to use the bathroom of their gender identity rather than their biological sex.
A federal judge has blocked the enforcement of a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for healthcare workers in 10 states, a legal setback for the Biden administration.
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves shared Sunday why he believes the principle of individual liberty and bodily autonomy should apply to COVID-19 vaccine mandates but not to abortion.
The government of Greece has recently enacted measures aimed at requiring churchgoers to present proof that they do not have the coronavirus in order to attend worship following an uptick in COVID-19 infections in the European country.
A New York pastor has been accused of selling his church property to an inexperienced developer while wrongfully gaining $900,000 as part of the deal, according to a recently filed complaint.
Across the United States, families and friends will be celebrating Thanksgiving, a federal holiday created to thank God for the blessings given in one’s life. The holiday has a complicated history, which goes beyond the traditional imagery of Pilgrims and Indians, and has been observed on dates other than the fourth Thursday of November.