Over the centuries biblical principles have provided an understanding on how to help the needy.
Roy Moore, the Alabama Senate candidate under fire for alleged sexual misconduct with teenage girls when he was in his 30s, apparently believes America was a better place when slavery was still legal.
The nation of Israel and the role of the city of Jerusalem are central in the “end-times” theology—a form of what is known as “pre-millennialism”—embraced by many American conservative Protestants.
Black mothers in the U.S. die at three to four times the rate of White mothers, one of the widest of all racial disparities in women’s health, according to the CDC.
Sexual assault is not treated like a man’s problem and men who experience unwanted advances in the workplace or outright have themselves forced upon are deemed outliers.
Texas' policies on prison reading have long been criticized as arbitrary, even bordering on censorship.
As Jared Kushner leads the U.S. government’s effort to develop an Israeli-Palestinian peace plan, the Kushner Companies Charitable Foundation is funding a hardline Israeli settlement in the West Bank.
Former Ravens running back Ray Rice told Liberty University students that the 2014 domestic-violence incident that cost him his NFL career "uncovered the brutal truth" of his life.
President Donald Trump will recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital Wednesday, upending decades of careful US policy and ignoring dire warnings of a historic misstep.
Is it possible that the lack of nonwhite and female lead characters in Hollywood films is driven, in part, by economic concerns from movie studios?