A revived Hurricane Ian is bearing down on South Carolina’s coast right now with dangerous storm surge and flooding. Florida is assessing catastrophic damage after the megastorm left hundreds trapped in flooded homes and killed at least 21 people.
Christians, NFL players, and fans are praying for Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa after he suffered from a serious head and neck injury Thursday night during a matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Russia's disastrous campaign in Ukraine is making waves back at home, and the recent call-up of another 300,000 troops has sparked a national rush for the exits, adding to the hundreds of thousands of mostly men who have already fled since the war began.
Hurricane Ian will be remembered as one of the worst storms to ever hit the state of Florida with houses and cars floating away, along with storm surges of 12 to 18 feet. And unfortunately, it's not done unleashing destruction against the United States yet.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is facing scrutiny for sending two dozen heavily armed agents to the home of pro-life activist Mark Houck last Friday, arresting him and then hauling him away in front of his family.
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia is planning to annex more of Ukraine on Friday. The move represents an escalation of the seven-month war that is expected to isolate the Kremlin further, draw more international punishment and bring extra support to Ukraine. An annexation ceremony is planned in the Kremlin.
A valedictorian from a university in Mexico is finally receiving his degree and license to practice psychology after a group of faculty members tried to end his professional career before he could even get started, labeling his valedictory address as "hate speech".
An Arizona-based Christian University has stepped up to help local families in need by giving away more than $3 million worth of household goods and supplies and distributing them through local churches.
The city of Orlando may not be on the Florida coast, but it was directly in the path of Hurricane Ian, enduring flooding and powerful winds. As the city begins to clean up from the storm, a local pastor is encouraging those who are facing life's storms.
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.