When the COVID pandemic initially struck Israel, many Christian businesses in the Holy Land almost went under.
OurCrowd, a Jerusalem-based crowdfunding investment platform for high-tech startups, says it saw a major surge in demand for new employees in the last year but expects recruitment to taper off in 2022.
A panel of U.S. health advisers on Tuesday narrowly backed a closely watched COVID-19 pill from Merck, setting the stage for a likely authorization of the first drug that Americans could take at home to treat the coronavirus.
A 15-year-old sophomore opened fire at his Michigan high school on Tuesday, killing three students, including a 16-year-old boy who died in a deputy’s patrol car on the way to a hospital, authorities said. Eight other people were wounded, some critically.
Several dozen Holocaust survivors marked the third night of Hanukkah on Tuesday with a menorah-lighting ceremony at Jerusalem's Western Wall that paid tribute to them and the 6 million Jews killed by the Nazis.
A federal judge on Tuesday issued a nationwide preliminary injunction blocking the Biden administration's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health care workers.
<p>The CDC is now calling for everyone age 18 and up to get a booster shot, while potentially expanding eligibility to 16 and 17-year-olds. </p>
TONIGHT: LEGALIZED ABORTION ON THE LINE; THE MISSISSIPPI ABORTION CASE THAT COULD OVERTURN THE 1973 ROE VS. WADE DECISION THAT LEGALIZED ABORTION IN THE UNITED STATES.
PLUS, THE OMICRON VARIANT: THE PRESIDENT URGING CONCERN, BUT NOT PANIC, EVEN AS VACCINES COULD BE LESS EFFECTIVE AS THE F.D.A. CONSIDERS A NEW TREATMENT FOR COVID-19.
ALL THIS, AND MORE, ON FAITH NATION.
Former American Idol sensation and Grammy Award-winning singer Tori Kelly is urging the next generation to spend more time in God's Word and find acceptance in Him rather than on social media.
A pastor was recently arrested by Chinese authorities on charges of illegally crossing the national border nearly two years ago.