There was a spate of headlines last week claiming that new scientific discoveries disproved the historical narrative of the Bible. Headlines included, “DNA vs the Bible: Israelites did not wipe out the Canaanites” and “Study disproves the Bible’s suggestion that the ancient Canaanites were wiped out.” Actually, the reverse is true: The discoveries confirm just what the Scriptures state.
The US Treasury Department has announced that it is sanctioning Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, describing the Constituent Assembly elections held in the country on Sunday as “illegitimate.”
“America’s Sheriff” Joe Arpaio was found guilty Monday of misdemeanor criminal contempt without the benefit of a jury of his peers.
President Trump took to Twitter Monday to share news of economic prosperity, lauding the “best economic numbers in years,” and countering media claims that his administration is in ‘chaos’.
White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci has been fired after just a week into the job, according to reports.
According to David Wright, physicist and co-director of the UCS Global Security Program, North Korea’s latest ICBM — tested just days ago — has the capability to strike almost half of the largest U.S. cities, including Chicago, Denver and possibly even New York City.
At #Cubs #Brewers game. #ChrisChristie was getting razzed by fans, so he got in the face of one of them. 5:30 on @WISN12News pic.twitter.com/sx8euMgFy2 — Ben Hutchison (@BennyHutch) July 30, 2017
The world’s largest online retailer Amazon has reported a sharp fall in quarterly profits as the firm spent lavishly on extending its products and services globally.
The UK has stripped more than 150 suspected jihadists and criminals of their citizenship as part of counter terrorism efforts aimed at curbing extremism and preventing returning ISIS militants from embedding themselves in civil society.
Colombian military forces seized an electrical submarine that was being outfitted to smuggle more than four tons of cocaine by drug lords in that country.
The violence in gun-controlled Chicago continues unabated, passing 400 homicides in 2017 before the month of July has ended.
Crumbling Infrastructure: Missing lead confirms origins of Flint’s water crisis – Could your town be next?
Researchers have found evidence of missing lead in water pipes in Flint, Mich., confirming the origins of the health crisis.
Wells Fargo didn’t just steal millions from its customers with crooked overdraft fees, didn’t just create 2,000,000 fraudulent accounts and threaten to blackball employees who tried to stop the frauds; didn’t just defraud broke mortgage borrowers by the bushel-load — they also defrauded 800,000 customers with car loans, forcing 274,000 of them into deliquency and “wrongfully repossessing” (that is, stealing) 25,000 of their cars.
Newest Ben Garrison Cartoon
President Trump will sign the Russia sanctions bill, the White House said late Friday, saying that he managed to win important changes to the legislation and is now satisfied with it.
Two people have been killed and several injured in a stampede at South Africa’s FNB Stadium during a soccer match between Soweto rivals Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, state broadcaster SABC said on Saturday.
Six people have been killed following an explosion at an illegal gold mine in central Colombia, authorities say.
Thousands of borrowers who are behind on at least $5 billion in private loans may see that debt disappear, according to the New York Times.