Tia Coleman, a Christian woman who lost nine family members this summer in a boating accident in Branson, Missouri, is outraged that two companies facing multiple lawsuits over the accident have invoked an 1851 law used by vessel owners to avoid or limit legal damages.
Shortly after 10 pm on the evening of October 1, 2017, chaos erupted among country music fans who’d gathered at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas Strip. Shots fired into the crowd by gunman Stephen Paddock eventually left 58 people dead […]
As tributes continue to pour in from around the world for Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona who succumbed to brain cancer at his home on Saturday, many who praised his life as a war hero also remembered the lifelong Episcopalian for his faith.
The deadly mudslides that swept through this bucolic seaside town a week ago have irrevocably changed the face of the community previously known for its charming shops, famous residents and sky-high property values.
A mother-of-four and her two young daughters, a 14-year pastor’s daughter, Sunday’s stand-in preacher, his wife, their eight-months-pregnant daughter-in-law and three of her five children are among the 26 victims shot dead in the Texas church massacre.