Egypt's torture of Copts prompts warning

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Sameh Khouzam A human rights organization given special consultative status by the United Nations wants a U.S. judge to make an order halting a Christian man's deportation to more…

Islamic prayers finally dropped

by -NO AUTHOR- -- San Diego's Carver Elementary School Officials at a public elementary school in San Diego are dropping special times for Islamic prayers and classes segregated by sex, changes they more…

Courts offer homeschoolers zilch, expert says

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Michael Farris, founder of Home School Legal Defense Association Homeschoolers in Germany, where the activity now is illegal, need to develop a new strategy in their pursuit of more…

WND launches new online career center

by -NO AUTHOR- -- WND launches a new career center today permitting users to search more than 250,000 jobs nationwide, providing free career and personality tests, free magazines, free resume posting and more…

Gun-shop owner gets 'breath of fresh air'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Red's manager Ryan Horsley Federal authorities have agreed to tell a judge in Idaho that the "threat" from a gun-shop manager they had complained of probably wasn't anything more…

Judge's decision 'normalizes' transgenderism

by -NO AUTHOR- -- A family values organization is criticizing a judge's ruling that taxpayers must pay for a sex-change treatment for a state prison inmate. According to Associated Press reports, the more…

Tony Snow's job: Unanswered questions

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Spokesman Tony Snow went 0-for-4 in answering questions that WND wishes the White House would have answered at its presidential press briefing yesterday. Those were: WND: The Oklahoma more…

Farah on 'Hannity and Colmes' tonight

by -NO AUTHOR- -- WND co-founder and Editor Joseph Farah, author of "Stop the Presses!," will be a guest tonight on the Fox News Channel show "Hannity and Colmes" to discuss the more…

Top 'conservative' websites compiled

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The DrudgeReport is the top conservative political website of 2007, followed by FoxNews.com, according to a survey by IntellectualConservative.com. The Wall Street Journal, New York Post, WorldNetDaily, Newsmax, more…