Pope Francis condemned the "brutal persecution" of minorities by Islamic State insurgents in his Christmas message on Thursday and urged people not to be indifferent to the suffering of so many around the world. [Full Story]
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Pope's Christmas Address Condemns the 'Brutal Persecution' of ISIS
CDC Monitoring Technician for Possible Ebola Exposure
A technician at the Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention may have been exposed to the deadly Ebola virus due to a laboratory error, the New York Times reported on Wednesday, citing federal officials. The worker will be monitored for signs of infection...... [Full Story]
Obama's Spiritual Adviser: His Christian Faith Has Only Deepened
President Barack Obama is not expected to go to church during Christmas. [Full Story]
Jeb Bush Continues to Resign from Boards as 2016 Run Talk Grows
Former Florida governor Jeb Bush appears to be shedding his corporate [Full Story]
For Iraqi Christian Family, a Grim Christmas Far from Home
For 40-year-old Ghassan, who shares a small, damp Baghdad classroom with [Full Story]
John McCain Travels to Kabul to Meet Afghan Leaders
U.S. senator John McCain is in Kabul for Christmas day.The former [Full Story]
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Slain Officer's Son to Cardinal Dolan: 'Will You Lead Us in Prayer?'
Cardinal Timothy Dolan said Wednesday that the family of slain New [Full Story] |
6 Reasons Jeb Bush Will Make a Great President
When former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush took to Facebook last week to say he [Full Story]
Plunging Ruble Leaves Foreign Workers Looking for the Exits
The plunge of the ruble hasn't left only Russians shell shocked as foreign [Full Story]
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Given their first opportunity to watch Sony Pictures' comedy The Interview [Full Story]
Pope Urges World to be Open to God After Call to Christian Refugees in Iraq
Pope Francis ushered the world's 1.2 billion Roman Catholics into Christmas [Full Story]
Several thousand Christian pilgrims on Wednesday flocked to the biblical [Full Story]
In the midst of protests and riots over the killing of black males by [Full Story]
Netflix is in talks with Sony Pictures to make The Interview available [Full Story]
The attorney for a suburban St. Louis police officer who shot and killed [Full Story]
California's Governor Issues 105 Pardons, but Retracts 1
Continuing a Christmas Eve tradition, Gov. Jerry Brown issued pardons to 105 people Wednesday, before retracting one to a man hours later after learning he had not disclosed recent discipline by financial regulators, a spokesman said.Brown retracted the pardon issued to... [Full Story]
NY's Favorite Democrat: Cuomo Over de Blasio by a Mile
New York residents have the most confidence in Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who easily outpaces Mayor Bill de Blasio - 4 to 1, in fact - as the state's more influential Democrat, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday. [Full Story]
Israeli Scholar: Only Israel Should Exist 'West of River'
Contrary to the two-state solution, which splits Israel between the Israelis and the Palestinians, Israeli scholar Mordechai Nisan proposes that the land west of the Jordan River should be granted to Israel alone. [Full Story] |
Death Toll in Ebola Outbreak Rises to 7,573
The death toll from Ebola in the three West Africa countries hardest hit by the epidemic has risen to 7,573 out of 19,463 confirmed cases recorded there to date, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday.Sierra Leone has the most cases, 9,004, while Liberia has... [Full Story]
Churches Move to Gluten-Free Communion Wafers
Rachel Rieger figured getting diagnosed with celiac disease and having to rid gluten from her diet meant she could no longer partake of the wheat-based communion bread that represents a key facet of her Catholic faith. It was tough for me to cope with, said Rieger,... [Full Story]
Theologian, Scientist: Jesus Wasn't Born in a Barn
Jesus wasn't born in a barn, but the three wise men did, indeed, follow an celestial phenomena on their way to Bethlehem, according to a theologian and a scientist who pointed out mistranslations in the English Bible. "I am sorry to spoil your preparations for Christmas. .... [Full Story]
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