Shooter currently identified as Michael 'Zehaf-Bibeau' in action on Parliament Hill: the Canadian government recently designated him as a 'high-risk' to commit crimes and revoked his passport.

Canada Parliament Hill shooter identified as Michael Zehaf-Bibeau

Another radicalized Islamist convert that the Canadian government had been watching

Ultra-orthodox Jewish women average five or six children each, a birthrate that is changing the liberal-conservative demographics of New York and Israel.

Think religion is in decline? Think again.

Look at who is 'going forth and multiplying'

Americans think Media deliver too much gossip, not enough substance

Americans think Media deliver too much gossip, not enough substance

Harris Poll: 76% say celebrities get far too much coverage, want more humanitarian issues

Chinese police detain an elderly woman for petitioning at Tiananmen Square in December 4, 2013.

Women suffer appalling abuse in China's 'black jails'

Eighty percent of those held in unofficial detention centers are female

Mark Driscoll's impromptu speech at the Gateway Conference in Dallas on Monday: he received a standing ovation before and after his short address.

Driscoll returns: Ex-Mars Hill pastor addresses Dallas conference

He claims his family has received death threats and large rocks thrown at his kids

An abducted Yazidi woman describes the horrors of the Islamic State

An abducted Yazidi woman describes the horrors of the Islamic State

To a BBC correspondent: 'I want to die so my suffering will come to an end'

A Syrian Kurdish militia fighter at Shahid Khabour hill in June

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby on what should we do about ISIS

We may have to use force in the Middle East, but we should not relinquish our values

Internationally-acclaimed pro-life short film 'Crescendo' released

Internationally-acclaimed pro-life short film 'Crescendo' released

Winner of 11 international awards and being screened at over a thousand events this year

Americans think Media deliver too much gossip, not enough substance

Americans think Media deliver too much gossip, not enough substance

Harris Poll: 76% say celebrities get far too much coverage, want more humanitarian issues

If you think some topics receive way too much attention in news coverage, you’re not alone. Per a new online survey of 2,537 adults conducted by the Harris Poll in August, a large proportion of Americans are fed up with news coverage that skews toward the sensational, superficial, and sports-cent...

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Ultra-orthodox Jewish women average five or six children each, a birthrate that is changing the liberal-conservative demographics of New York and Israel.

Think religion is in decline? Think again.

Look at who is 'going forth and multiplying'

Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris and other well-known atheists consider the decline of religion inevitable as the global population becomes more secular, more educated and more urban.

Last month, a Pew Research poll in the U.S., the world’s most-religious industrialized nation, revealed that th...

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Cast for 'Plant,' a web 'mockumentary' that chronicles a pastor and his wife from the mid-West who decide to up a small church smack dab in the middle of New York City.

Two new Internet video series on Christian life are thriving

Both the 'mockumentary' called 'Plant' and drama 'Leaving Eden' focus on pastors' lives

Two web series focusing on the lives of pastors have caught on with viewers and won awards, showing a shift in viewing from mainstream TV to online viewing.

The first series "Plant" is a mockumentary web series filmed in New York City. The show follows the lives of Rev. Todd Lawn and his w...

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Elsie weighed just 1lb 3oz when she was born but she was strong while her brother Elliott had under-developed lungs.

Check up on some of the babies doctors did not want to save

Born at 23 weeks doctors said they would refuse to help because survival was so unlikely

More babies than ever are surviving being born at 23 weeks, a stage in pregnancy when they are not considered ‘viable’, and could even legally be aborted.

While hospitals are only obliged to intervene and revive babies born after 24 weeks of pregnancy — also the current abortion limit — to...

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Melanie and Damien were put under 'immense pressure' to abort baby Joshua after a mistaken diagnosis of fatal foetal abnormality.

Child doctors recommend be aborted proves perfectly healthy

After a wrong diagnosis of 'foetal abnormality' Irish doctors pressure parents to abort

Melanie and Damien Sheenan talk about the immense pressure they were put under to have an abortion in this week’s ‘Choose Life’ story.

The couple from Northern Ireland chose to keep baby Joshua – now nearly a year old and with no health issues – after doctors made what was eventually shown...

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Chinese police detain an elderly woman for petitioning at Tiananmen Square in December 4, 2013.

Women suffer appalling abuse in China's 'black jails'

Eighty percent of those held in unofficial detention centers are female

Eighty percent of people held in China's unofficial detention centers, or "black jails," are female, and many suffer routine abuse at the hands of their captors, according to a report published on Tuesday by the overseas-based Chinese Human Rights Defenders (CHRD) group.

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Shooter currently identified as Michael 'Zehaf-Bibeau' in action on Parliament Hill: the Canadian government recently designated him as a 'high-risk' to commit crimes and revoked his passport.

Canada Parliament Hill shooter identified as Michael Zehaf-Bibeau

Another radicalized Islamist convert that the Canadian government had been watching

Canadian police are investigating a man identified as Michael Zehaf-Bibeau as a possible suspect in the shootings on Wednesday around parliament in Ottawa, a source familiar with the matter said.

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An Israeli member of the "Woman of the Wall" organization, right, tries to hug an ultra-Orthodox woman as they pray at the Western Wall, the holiest site where Jews can pray, in Jerusalem's old city.

Ultra-Orthodox Jews attack buses with ads on female worship

The incident underscores simmering tensions over the issue of separation of the sexes

Dozens of ultra-Orthodox Jews hurled stones and slashed the tires of buses bearing ads promoting female worship at a key Jerusalem holy site, Israeli police said Tuesday.

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Dutch Christians boycott exhibit over 'anti-semitism'

Dutch Christians boycott exhibit over 'anti-semitism'

Leftist group claims Palestinian Arab children are brutally treated in Israeli prisons

A group of Dutch Christians vowed to boycott a Church's exhibition on "jailed Palestinian children," a member of the group told the Trouw daily newspaper, over protests that the art display promoted anti-Semitic views.

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A same-sex couple marries in New York, June 20, 2012.

Idaho state forces pastors to marry gay couples or face prison

Two pastors are making a stand, filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Coeur d'Alene

Two ordained Christian pastors in Idaho have filed a federal lawsuit and a motion for temporarily restraining Coeur d'Alene city officials from forcing them to perform same-sex wedding ceremonies or face prosecution for violating "non-discrimination" laws.

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An abducted Yazidi woman describes the horrors of the Islamic State

An abducted Yazidi woman describes the horrors of the Islamic State

To a BBC correspondent: 'I want to die so my suffering will come to an end'

A Yazidi-Iraqi woman abducted by the Islamic State was able to make contact with a BBC correspondent and said that the conditions under which she was being held were deplorable.

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Mark Driscoll's impromptu speech at the Gateway Conference in Dallas on Monday: he received a standing ovation before and after his short address.

Driscoll returns: Ex-Mars Hill pastor addresses Dallas conference

He claims his family has received death threats and large rocks thrown at his kids

Mark Driscoll has given his first address since he resigned from Mars Hill last week.

Speaking at the Gateway Conference in Dallas, Texas, on Monday, Driscoll did not give a formal sermon, but instead spoke about the struggles his family have been going through since leaving Mars Hill.

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In this June 1999 photo, Rev. Ernest Angley leads a worship service in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.

Aging TV evangelist hit with accusations of abortions and vasectomies

A pastor and two dozen ex-members charge the 93-year-old Ernest Angley is running a cult

Depending whom you ask, one of two things is happening at the big Cuyahoga Falls church run by legendary television evangelist Ernest Angley:

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Suspect Martin Rouleau and image from his reported Facebook Page: Many posts by his preferred name ''Ahmad LeConverti' speak favorably for the actions of ISIS.

Martin Rouleau, Quebec driver shot by police, 'radicalized': RCMP

Hit and run that injured 2 soldiers at Canadian army base a 'possible terror attack'

A 25-year-old man who injured two soldiers in a hit and run and was later fatally shot by police in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que., was known to federal authorities as someone who had been "radicalized," according to the RCMP and the Prime Minister's Office.

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Pope Francis celebrates the beatification Mass of Blessed Paul VI in St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican Oct. 19.

Pope beatifies Paul VI at synod's end

Sainting this pope after the much-discussed Family Synod draws parallels to his Vatican II

Pope Francis on Sunday beatified Pope Paul VI, concluding the remarkable meeting of bishops debating family issues that drew parallels to the tumultuous reforms of the Second Vatican Council which Paul oversaw and implemented.

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