A rare northern Michigan tornado tore through a small community on Friday, killing at least one person and injuring more than 40 others as it flipped vehicles, tore roofs from buildings and downed trees and power lines.
When you think about what it's like to be a Christian at Harvard Law School, you might think it's a tough road at the Ivy League University. CBN News spoke with several Christians associated with the law school, and their experiences may surprise you.
Death threats are rising against the Supreme Court and the government is now preparing for a surge of violence over the court's upcoming decision on abortion. Federal agencies are already investigating multiple warnings of attacks.
Oklahoma’s legislature on Thursday approved the nation’s strictest abortion law, voting to ban the procedure from the moment of conception except in cases of rape, incest, or when the mother’s life is endangered.
A flight attendant's actions were hailed by her captain as "exemplary" and "calm" after she quickly responded to help a passenger that went into "early and unexpected labor" on a recent Frontier Airlines flight from Denver to Orlando.
A KFC employee in Memphis, Tennessee, is being hailed a hero after reportedly helping police rescue a woman who secretly left a note behind claiming she was being held against her will.
A federal district court has issued an order temporarily halting the enforcement of two Biden administration transgender mandates.
A Las Vegas mother who appeared at a recent Clark County School District (CCSD) board meeting to share “pornographic material” her teen daughter was allegedly forced to memorize had her microphone cut off before posing a powerful question to school officials.
The abortion debate once again took center stage on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are working overtime to prepare for the very real possibility that the Supreme Court decision that created a federal right to abortion could soon be overturned.
High inflation rates and plenty of uncertainty about the state of the economy are sending chills through investors.