Hurricane Ian, one of the most powerful storms ever recorded in the U.S., swamped southwest Florida on Wednesday, turning streets into rivers, knocking out power to 1.8 million people and threatening catastrophic damage further inland.
Super Typhoon Hinnamnor has started to absorb Tropical Depression TD14 which forecasters predict will enable it to increase in intensity and size, likely prompting the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) to issue a sea warning on Friday (Sept. 2) and if it shifts west, a land warning on Saturday (Sept. 3).
The Idaho chapter of The Satanic Temple (TST) withdrew from a Pride Month event for families and children after other sponsors dropped out following local news reports on the temple’s intention to offer renunciations of Christian baptisms.
The U.S. Supreme Court blocked a Texas anti-censorship law Tuesday that would ban social media platforms like Facebook from censoring dissenting opinions.
European Union leaders say they will block most Russian oil imports by the end of 2022 to punish Moscow for invading Ukraine. But the EU embargo will only affect oil that arrives by sea following opposition from Hungary.
A senior U.S. security official admitted Friday that police were reluctant to intervene in, and perhaps prevent, the nation’s deadliest school shooting in years.
Evidence has emerged that the gunman who killed 19 children and two teachers in the U.S. State of Texas warned on social media he would shoot his grandmother and attack a school.
Conservatives have lost a round in the battle over holding social media accountable for stifling their opinions on the web.
A Virginia Beach Circuit Court ruled that controversial gender identity books are obscene and access to minors should be restricted.
A Nigerian Christian student was stoned to death and set on fire in northwest Nigeria by Muslims who accused her of “blasphemous” statements against Islam, Christians confirmed over the weekend.
French President Emmanuel Macron faces a backlash after he authorized the creation of a digital identity document for France following his re-election last Sunday.
The Mission Eurasia Christian ministry had one of its training centers in Ukraine destroyed, and a stockpile of Bibles burned, during fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces last month, CBN News reports. In a social media post about the incident, Mission Eurasia confirmed that all of their members were safe, although their field headquarters in Irpin was destroyed.
“Isolated Christians in the Middle East,” including many struggling to survive, use their smartphones to connect with other believers through the “region’s first-ever faith-based video-on-demand service,” a Christian broadcaster says.
Amid the death and destruction of war, Ukrainian Jews have marked the Jewish people’s escape from slavery in Egypt as recorded in the Old Testament.
Hamas and other Gaza terror groups threatened violence if a Jewish group follows through with plans to offer sacrifices on the Temple Mount on Friday, the eve of Passover.
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky urged the world to expel Russia from the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) after outlining Moscow’s alleged atrocities in his nation.
Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday announced a new investigation into Facebook and Twitter trying to suppress initial reporting in October 2020 about Hunter Biden’s laptop.
Friends and family of a Ukrainian pastor kidnapped by invading Russian soldiers said his subsequent release from captivity was a result of their prayers to God, that prayer makes a difference, Christian Headlines (CH) reports.
Russian troops are trying to “break through” Ukrainian defensive positions northwest and east of Kyiv in an attempt to advance toward the capital city, the Ukrainian armed forces said on Monday.
Ukraine’s embattled President Volodymyr Zelensky says his nation inflicted “powerful blows” and “significant losses” on invading Russian troops, but many Ukrainians continue to suffer relentless airstrikes and shelling.