It's the fifth strongest hurricane to ever hit the American mainland, trapping people in flooded homes amid rising floodwaters.
A Chicago woman was rescued Sunday morning just in the nick of time when a stranger allegedly approached as she embarked on a routine stroll and tried to drag her inside a van.
On October 4, 1997, the world witnessed an event unprecedented in our nation's 221-year history. Hundreds of thousands of men – some say as many as 1.4 million – descended on Washington, D.C., and gathered on the National Mall.
Four people pleaded guilty on Monday to helping commit absentee ballot fraud in rural North Carolina during the 2016 and 2018 elections. Their voter fraud activities were uncovered as a result of a larger investigation that in part led to a do-over of a 2019 congressional election.
Students on school campuses across the country are gathering today to pray for their friends, school, communities, and the unsaved as part of the annual See You At The Pole (SYATP) prayer event.
It was a fun day of football, friendship, and hearing the hope of the gospel message for more than 100 kids who attended a Baltimore Ravens sports camp last Saturday – an outreach program sponsored by Prison Fellowship.
Hurricane Ian slammed into southwest Florida Wednesday, leaving two million people without power in its trail of destruction. State governors in the Southeastern US are declaring emergencies as Ian travels north.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee (R) has signed a proclamation declaring Sept. 30 as a day of prayer, humility, and fasting in the Volunteer State.
Michigan police are investigating after an elderly pro-life volunteer was shot in the back shoulder while handing out pamphlets encouraging people to vote against a state measure to codify abortion.
Evangelist Franklin Graham's "God Loves You" Tour kicked off in Pennsylvania this weekend and more than 19,000 people attended to hear the good news of the Gospel.