Jo Saxton is an author and speaker known for her passion to help women step into their calling to lead. She is the director of 3D Ministries, a global organization focused on helping leaders to implement discipleship and missions in their…
Time is running out for millions of people in Somalia who are on the brink of famine, warns the United Nations.
On the campaign trail, Donald Trump vowed that if he was elected president, he would resurrect Operation Wetback of 1954.
Oliver Mauricio Funes-Machado, 18, reportedly told 911 dispatchers that he stabbed his mother "like eight times," it was revealed in court.
When I listened to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson compare immigration to slavery, I was transported back to the year 2000.
African-Americans, whites and Latinos are united in their pessimism about the current and future state of race relations under President Trump.
The American Health Care Act, Republicans' replacement for the Obama's Affordable Care Act under Trump, will likely impact poorer Americans.
A mother and daughter pleaded guilty to running a $20 million Medicare scam through their Miami-Dade home health care agencies.
White supremacist groups are stepping up efforts to recruit students on college campuses, according to a report published by the Anti-Defamation League.
Roger B. Taney was the Supreme Court chief justice who wrote the 1857 Dred Scott decision that ruled that blacks could not be considered U.S. citizens.