It's being called the largest expulsion of migrants by the U.S. in decades. This morning, the first group of the more than 10,000 migrants who were seeking asylum under a Texas bridge has arrived back in Haiti.
Israeli security forces have captured the last two of six Palestinian prisoners who escaped from a maximum-security prison two weeks ago, bringing an end to a saga that sparked unrest and exposed flaws in Israel’s security system.
Sadie Robertson Huff posted positive news about her daughter, Honey, on Saturday after the 4-month-old was released from the hospital following a four-day stay.
Skillet frontman John Cooper recently shared details about a time when he was told to "disassociate from Christianity" if he wanted to become truly successful in his career.
In just two weeks, the much-anticipated SoCal Harvest will take place at the Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif. where attendees can expect a night full of worship, encouragement, and revival.
It seems as if it’s in vogue these days to deny medical care to people who aren’t vaccinated against COVID-19. There is one doctor, though, speaking out against it.
Dr. Julie Ponesse, a veteran ethics professor at a university in Canada, was placed on leave after she delivered a very brief virtual lecture in which she outlined the real-life ethical dilemma she faced when her employer-mandated her vaccination against COVID-19.
Rescue efforts continue in Kabul, Afghanistan where 41 more women were recently evacuated from the country.
Recent satellite images show North Korea is expanding a uranium enrichment plant at its main Yongbyon nuclear complex, a sign that it’s intent on boosting the production of bomb materials, experts say.
More than 660,000 white flags have been placed on the grassy lawn at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. as a touching tribute to the American victims who lost their lives to COVID-19.