Nearly 31 million viewers watched live U.S. television coverage of Donald Trump's presidential inauguration, fewer than tuned in to Barack Obama's first swearing-in, but otherwise the biggest such audience since Ronald Reagan entered office, ratings firm Nielsen reported on Saturday.
Donald Trump took power as the 45th president of the United States on Friday and pledged to end what he called an "American carnage" of rusted factories and crime in an inaugural address that was a populist and nationalist rallying cry.
The Philadelphia-based American Bible Society has announced its plan to build a $60 million attraction at the Independence Mall that would highlight the influence of the Scriptures to the American way of life.
An Arkansas state legislative committee has passed a bill that would ban dismemberment abortion, a method used by abortionists to dismember the unborn child inside the mother's body using surgical instruments.
As Iraqi forces continue to push their way into Mosul to liberate the city from the Islamic State, Christians who experienced persecution in Burma are risking their lives in war zones in Iraq to help the victims of the terror group.
As Iraqi forces continue to liberate lands from the Islamic State, many Christians who have returned to their villages have found their churches destroyed by the terrorist group. Some Muslims are reaching out to the persecuted Christians as they try to rebuild their communities.
Mexican drug cartels and Islamic terrorists have formed an alliance in order to launch attacks against the U.S. during the period surrounding the inauguration, according to a report from a Washington watchdog group.
Many Afghan and Iranian converts to Christianity have seen their application for asylum rejected by Germany's Ministry for Immigration and Refugees (BAMF) following "kangaroo court"-style hearings, according to a Berlin pastor.
The diocese of 's-Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands has announced on Thursday that it will be pressing charges against an adult film company for shooting a pornographic scene inside one of its churches.
Tony Perkins, the president of the Family Research Council (FRC), has said that the rise in Christian persecution worldwide in recent years can be blamed on the "misplaced priorities" of the State Department under outgoing President Barack Obama.
At least 52 people were killed after the Nigerian air force mistakenly bombed a refugee camp in Rann, Borno state on Tuesday. About 120 more were injured in the attack that was intended for the terrorist group Boko Haram.
A pastor in Daveyton, South Africa has joined the list of controversial clergymen who have used bizarre methods during healing services in the church. Prophet Theo Bongani Maseko of the Breath of Christ Ministries has been denounced as "reckless" for making his congregants drink engine cleaning fluid.