The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned a lower court ruling that barred undercover journalist David Daleiden from obtaining unredacted records from the University of Washington, which is being suspected of trafficking fetal remains.
The Public Prosecution Service (OM) in the Netherlands has decided to drop the case against filmmakers who shot a pornographic scene inside a church earlier this year, saying the accused committed no punishable offense.
A manhunt is underway for the driver of a van that mowed through crowds of tourists on Barcelona's most famous avenue on Thursday, killing at least 13 people in an attack that was claimed by Islamic State.
President Donald Trump's administration is reportedly preparing to finalize a policy that would revoke an Obama-era health care rule that critics say forces hospitals, doctors and health insurers to cover or provide gender transition treatments.
Canadian pastor Hyeon Soo Lim, who was recently freed by North Korea after more than two years in jail, recounted the "overwhelming loneliness" he experienced while he was incarcerated in a labor camp.
Famed evangelist Franklin Graham came out in defense of President Donald Trump, who is currently being blamed by his critics for the deadly clash that occurred during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The first International Religious Freedom Report released under the administration of President Donald Trump has highlighted the Islamic State's attack on Christians and other minorities, specifically calling it genocide.
Rev. Dr. William S. Shillady, the longtime pastor of Hillary Clinton, has admitted that he inadvertently plagiarized portions of his newly released book that contains more than 365 devotions he wrote for the failed 2016 Democratic presidential candidate.
Hillary Clinton's longtime pastor has reportedly compared her devastating loss in the 2016 presidential race to the death of Jesus Christ in a devotional he sent her hours after the election results were revealed.
The Museum of the Bible, which is scheduled to open in Washington D.C. on Nov. 17, has announced that the admission to the venue will be free. The institution will instead suggest a $15 donation, with guests under no obligation to pay anything.
More than 600 Christian families who were displaced by the Islamic State terror group in northern Iraq have now returned to the region in the hopes of rebuilding their homes from scratch, according to the Archbishop of Mosul.
Lawmakers in the Indian state of Jharkhand have passed a legislation that would ban religious conversions, despite widespread disapproval from religious groups, as well as from civil society and tribal groups across the state.
A country board of supervisors has agreed to temporarily cover a painted inscription that reads "Keep God's Commandments" inside a local circuit courthouse in Virginia following a complaint from a prominent atheist group.