Baylor Alumni Group Demands Complete ReportBaylor University's main alumni organization is demanding the school publicly release its full investigation into how the school handled sexual assault complaints against football players.
Writings By Mother Teresa To Be Published In AugustA collection of previously unreleased writings by Mother Teresa is coming out in August, weeks before the late Nobel Peace Prize winner is to be canonized. The material in the book focuses on mercy and compassion.
Supreme Court Avoids Ruling In Birth Control DisputeThe Supreme Court failed to resolve a knotty dispute between faith-based groups and the Obama administration over birth control on Monday. The justices asked lower courts to take another look at the issue in a search for a compromise.
North Texas Cities Hold National Day Of Prayer EventsSeveral cities across North Texas are observing National Day of Prayer on Thursday afternoon and evening. Find out details about what is happening in Mesquite, Mansfield, Plano and Rockwall.
Bassist: Prince Found 'Real Happiness' As Jehovah's WitnessMusic megastar Prince was known for throwing parties that stretched into the wee hours of the morning, but friends say his faith and the Bible could also keep him gabbing until sunrise.
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Baptized On Trip To IsraelTexas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick has been baptized in the Jordan River while visiting Israel with officials from different states.
Organizers: Moral Revival Tour To Travel TexasThe Rev. William Barber and the Rev. James Forbes said Monday they want to encourage people to reclaim political discourse so that it focuses on love, justice and mercy.
President Obama's Health Law Birth Control Plan Returns To Supreme CourtThe Supreme Court is taking up a challenge from faith-based groups that object to an Obama administration effort to ensure their employees and students can get cost-free birth control.
Government Wins 2nd Case On Islamic State-related ChargesThe government landed its second conviction of someone charged with supporting the Islamic State terrorist group after an Arizona man was found guilty of charges that he plotted last spring's attack at a cartoon contest in Texas.
Tennessee Lawmakers Vote To Ban Religious IndoctrinationThe bill would require each school board to establish guidelines on how religion is taught in school and to make teaching plans available to the public.
Suspect In Texas Cartoon Contest Attack Back On The StandAn Arizona man accused of plotting an attack at a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in North Texas faces a second day of tough questioning from a prosecutor about his knowledge of the shooting.
Pastor Suspects Children Set Church On FireDallas fire rescue is investigating a possible case of arson at Casa Emanu-El United Methodist Church.