A New York Episcopal bishop has taken a bold stand against his denomination’s embrace of gay "marriage."
The FDA is taking “very seriously” claims that the abortion drug mifepristone is being sold online to U.S. customers and is evaluating “potential violations of U.S. law.”
The High Court has agreed to hear the case of a cross-shaped memorial erected nearly a century ago to honor soldiers killed in WWI.
Children generally can tell the difference between boys and girls by age three — then, apparently, some grow up, get a Ph.D., and are confused about it by age 30.
The upcoming controversial movie Roe v. Wade is projected to open in theaters the winter of 2019. The feature-length movie, produced by actor and producer Nick Loeb, is the true account of the infamous 1973 Supreme Court case that overturned states’ rights, legalizing abortion throughout the country and altering the course of the nation.
In a move that should surpise precisely no one, rapper Kanye West is recanting his recent political involvement with President Trump and Candace Owens, the originator of the Blexit movement.
Pittsburgh's City Council has demanded that Chick-fil-A be dumped as a sponsor of the community’s annual Three Rivers Marathon.
Claiming it to be some sort of Halloween stunt, the New York Times goes especially low by publishing a fictional account of how President Trump gets assassinated.
Much of the political rage that passes for “craziness” today is not merely the result of psychological disorder, but also of spiritual disorder.