Before being a robed female figure representing the Roman goddess Libertas, the Statue of Liberty was originally intended to depict a veiled Muslim peasant woman guarding the approach to the Suez Canal.
The world's largest and most powerful collider has reached a new breakthrough, and this can help scientists understand more how life began on Earth.
The White House was locked down after a man with an American flag draped over his shoulders jumped over the fence and entered the lawn Thursday.
A mosque in Austin, Texas is planning to beef up security following the Paris attacks and assault on a Muslim student.
The Church season of Advent, which leads up to Christmas, isn't about consuming things at all – not even the chocolate in Advent calendars.
Recently, an international team of astrophysicists was able to witness this terrifying event first hand in real life, using radio telescopes. The scientists saw how a black hole swallowed a star about the size of the sun.
Jonathan Langley suggests why we should welcome and affirm the cat-haters of the world.
As Americans celebrate Native American Heritage Day on Friday, Simon Cross looks at how 19th century Native American converts to Christianity combined their faith and their history.
The number of times we are told to "be thankful", in one form or another, shows how prone we are to forget what God has done for us.
A newborn baby with his umbilical cord still attached was found in a manger at a church in Queens, New York.
A book written to explain the evolution of human beings to young children is receiving criticism for supposedly providing misleading information to delicate minds on where humans came from.
"One thing I do know. I was blind but now I see!"
Some Arab immigrants in Dearborn, Michigan are supporting the Gov. Rick Snyder's move in rejecting the entry of Syrian immigrants.
More than 80 mosques in the United States support terrorist organisations, Clarion Project, a non-profit group, has revealed.
Divorce rates in Britain are at their lowest in 40 years, but family breakdown is still rising, new figures show.