Tom Fitton, Judicial Watch president, says the FBI's decision over the Clinton email scandal was weak and confusing.
The FBI's decision to not recommend criminal charges against Hillary Clinton regarding her handling of classified emails removes the legal cloud hanging over her presidential campaign -- but not the political one.
Syria's military is declaring a three-day cease-fire for the entire country with the start of the Muslim al-Fitr holidays.
A rabbinical court in Jerusalem will hear an appeal Wednesday by an American whose conversion to Judaism by a New York-based Orthodox rabbi was ruled invalid.
A Catholic nursing home in Belgium is being fined for refusing to help a terminally ill patient end her life.
The Minnesota Church Council pushed a Ramadan campaign for more than a month, despite the increased terror threat rising from their community.
Although many scientists say demonic possession is a myth, one psychiatrist says it is very real and may be on the rise.
Not only is Kevin Durant one of the top players in the NBA, but he's a fellow believer, like the Warriors' star player Steph Curry.
Amid the ongoing threat of Islamic terror and economic instability, thousands of people in France are giving their lives over to Christ.
The crowd-funded excavation at Lindisfarne by an amateur archaeologist has produced evidence of England's earliest Christian monastery.