It may surprise you that not all Christians are rejoicing at the prospect of fleeing persecution, some are begging the West to stop facilitating Christian migration and instead help them take back their homeland.
Iran, Jerusalem and Israeli settlements will all be on the agenda when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Trump meet on Wednesday. But aside from the topics, Israel is expecting a big improvement in U.S.-Israel relations.
Just days after Donald Trump's inauguration, Iran launched a ballistic missile test, violating a U.N. resolution. A quick White House response showed Iran and the world it's not business as usual in Washington.
Many thought the fall of the Soviet Union would bring a new era of peace and stability to Europe – that is, until the entrance of Vladimir Putin. Now many nations on Russia's border are worried about Russian intentions, including the tiny Baltic state of Lithuania.
A Gallup Poll released the day before President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's meeting at the White House showed that about seven in 10 Americans view Israel and its prime minister favorably.
During his first solo press conference President Trump wasn't shy about expressing his frustration with what he called a dishonest media. "We have to talk about it to find out what's going on because the press honestly is out of control," he said. "The level of dishonesty is out of control."
LOS ANGELES -- The annual Grammy Awards was notable this year for its rousing performances by several gospel artists. But big celebrations of faith aren't limited to those who record Christian music full time.