Does anyone want gov't out of healthcare business?
A doctor and former member of Congress is giving his diagnosis of the current healthcare debate on Capitol Hill.
2013 had its share of media bias and faux pas by renegade journalists – and here are just some of the most egregious examples of bias and partisan potshots.
Shortly before his death, Israel's most prominent rabbi – Yitzhak Kaduri – alleged to have met Jesus in a vision. OneNewsNow talked with an author who has released a new book and DVD documentary that explains the revelation.
The 26th annual awards for the "Year's Worst Reporting" has been released and MSNBC swept the field.
A Christian couple has developed a new DVD series called Iesodo. Along with entertaining children, they hope the series will lay the foundation for important spiritual truths.
A media watchdog group is condemning Hollywood's hypocrisy over gun control, noting that on the first anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy, networks "celebrated" by airing more than three dozen gun deaths.
New research from a family advocacy group has found the volume and degree of violent content shown on broadcast versus cable television are virtually indistinguishable.
A number of younger journalists are breaking new territory in the online news space. A former writer for Breitbart.com says people on the right need to change their approach in countering the liberal narrative.
A children's author hopes her books about a rambunctious but caring squirrel can have a positive influence on a generation that often demonstrates an inability to interact with and care for others, as directed by scripture.
A conservative media analyst is wondering why MSNBC took three weeks to accept the resignation of show host Martin Bashir.
With the creation of 24-7 cable news channels came the need for more content. One executive is now saying his network needs some changes to be competitive.
The Dove Foundation has awarded The Promise: The Birth of the Messiah five Doves, it's highest rating. The directors sought to present a bigger view of the birth of Jesus.
The world's largest audio Bible production is being described as a cinematic experience listening to one of the most popular versions of Scripture. A cast of award winning talent and spiritual leaders perform the Bible dramatization.
News stories each weekday from reporters you can trust without the liberal bias found in much of "mainstream" media.