A divinity professor at Duke University has apparently resigned following disciplinary actions against him, after he questioned the value of diversity training at the school.
Nabeel Qureshi, a Christian apologist who gained fame with his ex-Muslim story, has revealed that radiation was unsuccessful in preventing his cancer from spreading.
Members at a Washington church have been learning about white privilege — specifically, how they’ve benefited from it and how to dismantle it.
After almost losing his own mother to the disease, Mexican teen Julio Rios Cantu has patented a bra that can detect early signs of breast cancer.
A St. Louis Circuit Court jury has returned a $110.5 million verdict for a Virginia woman in a lawsuit claiming Johnson & Johnson's products caused her ovarian cancer.
Several dozen Nigerian schoolgirls who were among more than 200 kidnapped by Boko Haram in 2014 have been released, Nigerian officials said.
The leader of the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) in Egypt has told Muslims to avoid Christian gatherings, pointing to the possibility of further attacks against Christians.
Federal prosecutors charged New Jersey man Gregory Lepsky with planning to build and detonate a pressure cooker bomb in New York City to kill people in the name of ISIS.
When the horses enter the gate for the 143rd Kentucky Derby, their jockeys will hail from Louisiana, Mexico, Nebraska and France. None will be African-American.
A look at some of the interesting stories we have been reading and writing about in the March 7, 2017, edition of the Faithfully Magazine newsletter.