Christian Examiner
The mayor of Houston on Wednesday (Oct. 29) that the subpoenas of sermons from five pastors have been withdrawn.
   
What does it feel like to give birth in a prison cell under a death sentence with your ankles shackled and your toddler son nearby?
   
In what was deemed an effort to silence house-church leader Behnam Irani, Iran has sentenced him and two other Christian leaders to six years in prison for their involvement in house churches, human rights groups have learned.
   
On a recent broadcast, Shepard Smith of Fox News took to task what he called the “hysterical voices” that are spreading fear and panic over Ebola in the United States.
   
Christian colleges value accreditation from secular agencies as a quality assurance mechanism, but also because without it their students will lose federal financial aid and may have trouble gaining acceptance to graduate school.
   
Basima al-Safar retouches a picture of Jesus on an easel outside her house overlooking the flat Nineveh plains, 30 miles north of Mosul.
   
Boko Haram has not only failed to meet the terms of an Oct. 17 "cease-fire" agreement to release the Chibok schoolgirls, but has kidnapped at least 25 more girls and continued its killing spree.
   
When San Francisco Giants outfielder Melky Cabrera was suspended in 2012 for using a banned substance, he led Major League Baseball in hits and had a .346 batting average. So most observers expected the Giants to put him on the postseason roster when his suspension expired just before the World Series.
   
 
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