Last week the bureau-thugs at the European Union declared war on Google. Europe can't compete with Google so instead Brussels will sue them for being too successful. Now the U.S. government is threatening the same string of harassment.
Ecuador has declared eight days of national mourning as the death toll from this month's earthquake continues to rise. Meanwhile, CBN Disaster Relief teams are pushing deeper into remote areas where aid has been slow to arrive.
Ted Cruz and John Kasich are joining forces to stop "The Donald" from clinching the GOP nomination. The move comes one day before another round of important Republican primaries.
China's president is sounding the alarm against the spread of religion in the country as the communist government demolishes crosses and churches in eastern China.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's next visit with Russian President Vladimir Putin will take place on June 7, following last week's meeting in Moscow, which the prime minister described as "very successful."
A birdwatcher in northern Israel came across a beautifully preserved Egyptian scarab near the northern port city of Haifa.
Thousands of Israelis flocked to the Western Wall Monday for the semi-annual priestly blessing – the Birkat Kohanim – filling the Western Wall Plaza to overflowing. Moses' brother Aaron first pronounced this blessing over the children of Israel recorded in the Book of Numbers.
President Obama says that the United States isn't taking seriously North Korea's offer to end its missile program.
Local police in Indiana have partnered with the Indiana Pacers NBA team to bless a homeless man with a pair of size 17 shoes.
New efforts have been made to reinstate the Ten Commandments monument removed from the grounds of the Oklahoma's state Capitol.