The current Supreme Court debate over whether to continue over 50 years of affirmative action policies in their current form has brought to light arguments over whether admissions policies have another bias -- rich students. Though most top colleges admit students blind to need, some experts argue that the cost and limits of financial aid produces a student body that is more affluent than the national average.
Miami Heat vs San Antonio Spurs in Game 4 of the NBA Finals 2013 takes place on Thursday night with the Heat looking to bounce back from the huge embarrassment of Game 3 where the Spurs blew the defending NBA champions out like they were a high school team. Everyone is waiting and watching to see what LeBron James and the Heat's reaction will be.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), who helped draft the immigration reform bill currently being discussed in the Senate, says he will walk away from the negotiations if it includes a controversial amendment to provide immigration benefits for gay couples.
Christian minister, lawyer and Republican nominee for lieutenant governor of Virginia E.W. Jackson took the opportunity to clear the air in an unusual press conference on Wednesday that he does not believe yoga leads to Satanism.
Former evangelical pastor Jerry Dewitt will be back in the pulpit on June 23. But this time the leader of America's atheism movement will be telling congregants at Louisiana's first secular church service that there is no need "for divine help."
A three-judge panel from an appellate court decided to throw out a lawsuit against Arizona's "Day of Prayer" proclamations over the belief that the plaintiffs lacked standing.
A Southern California mother of five is offering a reward for the return of her $23,000 wedding ring that her husband accidentally sold for $10 at a garage sale on June 1.
Research in an exciting new field of science called behavioral epigenetics now suggests that the experiences of our most recent ancestors, good or bad, can influence the lives we lead today but science might soon be able to put an end to it.
A Dunkin' Donuts rant video has gone viral on the Internet with a customer relentlessly lashing out at a worker at the shop.
A two-faced kitten video has amazed animal lovers and gone viral on the Internet this week.
If we are to protect the lives of the innocent from those who devise evil, we must shift the focus from a manufactured right of women to "control their own bodies" to the very real Constitutional right to life of the unborn.
I don't know about you, but I'm deeply challenged with the idea of becoming something other than what society intends. I want to take off the glasses that trap me into thinking that the American dream is the end all of a worthy existence. I think the suit and cape for the Christ follower is found in realizing that we have superpowers.
Texas-based Pro-Life Revolution applied for 501(c)3 status with the IRS in January 2011--they received that status some 900 days later, on June 6, 2013 in a letter dated May 19. In a legally recorded call 14 months into an application process that was supposed to last no more than 270 days, Wan told Joseph:
An EagleMed crash has killed one and injured two others, in what is the third fatal crash of its kind in the past three years.
Banks should be less about "inward-looking self-regard" and more about the common good, the spiritual leader of the worldwide Anglican Communion, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said.
With the release of his sixth solo album just days away, rapper Kanye West has finally shared the official tracklist for the much-anticipated Yeezus LP, which includes the controversial "I Am A God" song that apparently features an appearance by the Almighty.
Willow Creek Community Church, founded nearly 40 years ago by Senior Pastor Bill Hybels as an "Acts 2 church," has opened the doors of its new 60,000 square-foot, $10 million Care Center in South Barrington, Ill., to provide thousands of local families continued access to a grocery store-styled food pantry, car repair and donation services, dental and optometry clinics, legal assistance and a whole lot more.
Our education system is broiling with two major, conflicting trends: Centralization and school choice. The most rapidly growing trend is the explosion of growth over the past decade of enrollment in charter schools and homeschooling.
The torch for defending biblical truth and practice represented by the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission has been passed from its leader of 25 years, Richard Land, to evangelical theologian Russell Moore. The occasion was marked with a special tribute to Land and an address by Moore to more than 4,400 members attending the SBC's annual meeting this week in Houston.
The University of Chicago is in the news for an overtly politically correct act for replacing its historic Bond Chapel's pews for Muslims to worship.