Next week tens of millions of people across the United States of America will go to the polls and vote for the next president of the free world.
Ronnie Floyd: Election Is a 'Simple Decision' in Light of Hillary Clinton's Support for Partial-Birth Abortion
The former president of the nation's largest Protestant denomination is saying this week that the election is a "simple decision" for evangelicals because of one issue: Hillary Clinton's support for partial-birth abortion.
Independent Presidential Candidate Evan McMullin: Third Party May Be Needed for 'New Conservative Movement,' GOP Un-Reformable
Independent presidential hopeful Evan McMullin believes a new political party may be needed because the Republican Party may not be reformable and able to lead the "new conservative movement."
A group of 25 African-American religious leaders and activists, made up largely of Democrats, has sent a letter to Hillary Clinton expressing frustration and concern over her staunch support of the abortion industry and the LGBT community's quest to restrict religious liberty.
Religious convictions have the greatest influence on a voter's decisions, according to a recently released study from the Ventura, California-based Barna Group.
As the election looms and accounts of voting machine irregularities emerge during early voting, tens of thousands have petitioned the White House to remove machines tied to an colleague of Hillary Clinton megadonor George Soros.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has claimed that if Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton wins the election, evangelicals will lose their religious freedom.
The belief that religion should be excluded from any role in the public square has become the "normal" and "accepted" view in today's society, Princeton law professor Robert George warned Wednesday night at an awards dinner honoring the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
Not Letting Evangelicals, White Working Class Express Their Opinions 'A Recipe for Social Division,' Scholar Says
White evangelical Protestants are more likely to hold a negative view of today's American culture than any other social demographic, an extensive new survey released by the nonpartisan Public Religion Research Institute has found.
Christian conservatives, or the "Religious Right," have become the very people they so ardently warned against, according to the president of the public policy wing of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Ben Carson: Christians Facing 'All-Out Attack' on Religious Freedom, Presidential Election 'Most Important of Our Lifetime'
Former Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson has warned Christians that they have a responsibility to vote based on biblical values come Election Day on November 8, arguing that religious freedom and traditional America are on the line.
Conservative Writer David French Tells How White Supremacists Have Tormented His Family For Opposing Trump
A National Review writer and attorney who briefly considered an independent presidential run has been ruthlessly targeted by the alt-right for his refusal to support Donald Trump for President.
Hillary Clinton's Abortion Position Worse Than Donald Trump's Border Wall, Samuel Rodriguez Tells Hispanic Christians
The Reverend Samuel Rodriguez had stated that Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton wants Hispanic Christians to go against their own religious beliefs in supporting her.
A progressive faith-based nonprofit organization has launched a six-figure advertising campaign that highlights the immoral behavior of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and is designed to target millennial evangelicals and Catholic women during the last few weeks leading up to the election.
OB-GYN to Hillary Clinton: 'No Medical Situation' Requires Late-Term Abortion, C-Section Delivery Is Safer
In response to Hillary Clinton's defense of partial-birth and late-term abortions at Wednesday night's debate, a California obstetrician-gynecologist has reportedly taken to Facebook to decry the claim that third-trimester abortion is necessary to help save the life of the mother.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan, who sat right between Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton at the Al Smith Dinner for charity in New York on Thursday night, has claimed that contrary to media reports, the two candidates were "friendly and complimentary" to one another.
Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican Party nominee Donald Trump are nearing the home stretch of the election season.
A women's rights group has said that Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton was wrong to suggest to the American public during Wednesday evening's presidential debate that the practice of forced abortions is a thing of the past in China.
Evangelical theologian Wayne Grudem has again thrown his support to Republican nominee Donald Trump, stating that he supports the candidate's policies rather than the man himself.
Here is the transcript of the third U.S. presidential debate between the 2016 Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump and Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton held live in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Liberty University President Jerry Falwell is denying that he prevented an op-ed critical of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump from being published in the school newspaper.
Evangelical leader the Rev. Franklin Graham has said that despite all the stress and negativity of the ongoing presidential election season, he is still praying that God will give America a president that will follow Him.
While major Democratic voices such as President Barack Obama and 2016 nominee Hillary Clinton have been celebrating Planned Parenthood's 100th year anniversary, evangelical leaders such as Russell Moore have warned that America still has a long way to go to fight for human dignity.
While the presidential election has dominated the news cycle, there are other races down-ballot that could have a major impact on the country and the states.
Arguably no issue has polarized voters more in this 2016 election cycle than immigration, particularly illegal immigration, and whoever is elected President will address this complex challenge and all its national security and economic dimensions.
Choosing the future president of the United States of America is not the only decision voters across the nation will find themselves voting on come November 8.
Marijuana legalization, doctor assisted suicide, and repealing a constitutional measure that prohibits state funding of religious endeavors are on state ballots across the nation.
Among the most bitterly contested of issues the next president will undoubtedly influence are the legal rights surrounding the institution of marriage which in the last few years has been significantly redefined.
Although Christian persecution continues to be one of the biggest human rights issues facing the world, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump have shared very few specifics about how they plan to help suffering believers.
The next president will affect the Supreme Court, and in turn the nation, bigly.
A new survey shows that over seven out of 10 white evangelicals believe that the immoral acts committed by politicians in their private lives don't have much effect on whether they behave ethically once they are elected into public office.
Among the top four issues for voters going into the general election on Nov. 8, health care trails only the economy, terrorism and foreign policy according to the Pew Research Center and presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are sharply divided on the issue.
Democratic Party nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton defended the legalization of aborting babies up until the moment of delivery in the third presidential debate.
While Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton prides herself on being one of the biggest supporters of abortion and the nation's largest abortion provider Planned Parenthood, her Republican counterpart Donald Trump has made it clear that he will be no friend to the abortion industry if he wins the Oval Office.
Over the past couple of years, there has been increased public outrage over police violence against African-Americans.
Next month voters in the United States of America will likely elect either Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton or Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her Republican rival Donald Trump have presented to the American public a foreign policy vision that aligns in some aspects, but also diverges on several important issues, such as NATO.
WikiLeaks: Hillary Clinton Confidantes Mock Evangelicals and Conservative Catholics in Podesta Emails
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri and Center for American Progress fellow John Halpin mocked conservative Catholicism as an "amazing bastardization of the faith" in new emails released by WikiLeaks.
Evangelical Women Leaders Disgusted by Their Male Counterparts Defending Trump After Sexual Assault Remarks
Several notable evangelical women leaders, some of whom have themselves experienced sexual assault, are expressing their disgust at the response of Christian leaders to Donald Trump's 2005 lascivious comments about groping women that surfaced October 7.
A pair of statements released, one denouncing Donald Trump's bigotry and another calling on progressives to repent, showcase the divide within the evangelical Christian American community during the current election cycle.
A law restricting the federal funding of abortion that Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton supports repealing is credited by a recent study with saving more than 2 million lives.