Yahoo News’ Holly Bailey, who covered both tragic events, speculates on a common thread.
It’s been exactly a year since Boko Haram descended upon a school in Chibok, Nigeria and kidnapped close to 300 girls.
A Georgia mother is angry after a P.E. teacher disciplining her son resulted in the young boy chipping one of his front teeth.
I had absolutely never heard of Dan Savage until this week. Now, I almost wish I hadn’t.
John Legend is proving that there are some musicians out there who are abreast of social issues plaguing the U.S. On Monday, the Oscar-award winning singer announced his new initiative, FREE AMERICA, as part of his efforts to end mass incarceration.
Lt. Commander Wes Modder is a Navy chaplain in danger of losing his career because of his Bible-based counseling.
Michele Bachmann has never been shy about her faith or lacked the boldness to confront the difficult issues. The former congresswoman didn’t hold back on Jan Markell’s Understanding the Times radio broadcast this week.
It would be ironic if it wasn’t tragic: A black man speaks out to protect the most crucial civil right Americans have—the right to life—and is sued by what is regarded as the nation’s largest civil rights group, the NAACP.
Hysteria over Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act has drowned out one critical question: Who are the florist and baker that ABC’s George Stephanopoulos hounded Gov. Mike Pence about?
At NO point did Jesus promote, force or condone sexual anarchy, bigotry, maliciousness or selfishness, as does the LGBTQ agenda.