Christian filmmakers
offering prize
of $1 million

by Alyssa Farah -- Two prominent Christian filmmaking organizations are partnering in search of the next rising star in faith films. EchoLight and 168 Film announced earlier this week they will offer more…

Islamists post images of dead on Twitter

by Alyssa Farah -- A disturbing new social-media trend has come to light in the Middle East in which friends and family celebrate the deaths of jihadists by posting photos of their more…

Can you handle the truth about Israel?

by Alyssa Farah -- President Obama's planned trip to Israel already has secured pledges from Israel and Palestine to restart talks, according to a WND report this week. Informed Palestinian more…

Call seeks U.N. help
for jailed American pastor

by Alyssa Farah -- WASHINGTON – The American Center for Law and Justice's European counterpart says it is urging the U.N. Human Rights Council to demand Iran immediately release American Pastor Saeed more…

Anti-violence law blasted for doing ... violence

by Alyssa Farah -- WASHINGTON – Scientists and victim-advocate groups are calling for immediate congressional reform of the Violence Against Women Act, which is currently up for reauthorization, because of the violence more…

Educators: Private donations are 'public funds'

by Alyssa Farah -- A campaign has been launched by the Southern Education Foundation against a proposal for a tax credit scholarship program in Georgia, and it is warning that "taxpayer funds" more…

Patrick Henry College wins 5th straight crown

by Alyssa Farah -- PURCELLVILLE, Va. – Patrick Henry College, a small Christian liberal arts school in Virginia, has won its fifth consecutive Moot Court National Championship. The victory came at this more…

Homeschooler's
neighbor sparks
social services case

by Alyssa Farah -- A Colorado homeschooling mother has won a social-services case sparked by a neighbor's complaint about the family that escalated when a social worker did a "drive-by" and concluded more…