Protesters in Tel Aviv blocked a main highway Sunday, while police scuffled with protesters outside Netanyahu’s private home in Jerusalem. The unrest deepened a crisis over Netanyahu’s plan to overhaul the judiciary.  (AP Photo/Ohad Zwigenberg)

After a night of nationwide protests, demonstrations and riots surrounding judicial reform and the firing of Israel's defense minister, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is reportedly considering a halt to the immediate passage of legislation to rein in the power of the courts and the legal system. The internal battle has thrust Israel into what many believe is one of the most dangerous times since the Yom Kippur War 50 years ago.

Mississippi Tornado

The Silver City and Rolling Fork communities of the state of Mississippi have faced devastation and tragic loss of life due to the wrath of an EF-4 category tornado that touched down Friday.


A Christian pastor in the U.K. arrested and found guilty of harassing and “misgendering” an individual who identifies as transgender recently saw his conviction overturned nearly two years after his legal nightmare began.


The late co-founder and CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs, was well-known (some would say notorious) for his attention to detail when it came to the design of Apple products.

Fire Man

What does it mean to open the door to evil — and what do demonic possession, exorcism, and spiritual healing look like in the modern era?

American Idol

A singer from South Carolina stunned “American Idol” judges this week with his powerful rendition of Christian singer-songwriter Zach Williams’ song “To the Table.”

Joel Aylworth

A former cop who reportedly lost his job with the San Francisco Police Department for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine is speaking out and doubling down on his decision.

Chocolate Factory Fire

WEST READING, Pa. (AP) — All seven bodies have been recovered from the site of a powerful explosion at a chocolate factory in a small town in eastern Pennsylvania. 

Mississippi Tornadoes

ROLLING FORK, Miss. (AP) — Powerful tornadoes tore through the Deep South on Friday night, killing at least 23 people in Mississippi, obliterating dozens of buildings and leaving an especially devastating mark in a rural town whose mayor declared, “My city is gone.”


Some of the largest U.S. churches in the United Methodist Church (UMC) are leaving the Protestant denomination as the UMC is accelerating its moves to become more accepting of LGBTQ lifestyles, despite biblical prohibitions. This has led to severe divisions within the denomination and more departures from the group.