Republican Party predicted to narrowly regain control of the House while Senate is too close to call.
Polls finds inflation and cost of living likely to determine how most Christians vote.
Fears for Christians in Saudi Arabia.
Event marked 10 million UK abortions.
Campaign to encourage faith-focused voters.
Belgian church defies Vatican.
Giorgia Meloni describes herself as a “Christian”, a “mother”, and an “Italian”.
Her Majesty planned her own funeral so her faith would resonate.
“The deep respect Australians have held for Her Majesty will never fade.”
End of an era as much loved monarch mourned.
Thousands of protestors storm the presidential palace and PM’s home.
“A man of incredible decency and a great ally to Australia.”
Mr Johnson said he was sad to be giving up ‘The best job in the World.’
Global food and energy insecurity will be top of the agenda.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid have both stepped down.
The Kiwi prime minister will attend a formal meeting with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese.
Extra fighter jets will be sent to the UK.
“With the border shut as tightly as it is today for migrants from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, people have been pushed into more dangerous routes. Truck smuggling is a way up,”
Conservative Justice Clarence Thomas wrote that “the purported right to abortion is not a form of ‘liberty’.”
Marriage in Japan is defined as being only between opposite genders and “not enough debate on same-sex marriage has taken place in Japanese society.”
“Roe v Wade decision was egregiously wrong from the start. Its reasoning was exceptionally weak, and it has had damaging consequences.”
Key ministers in Israel’s outgoing government vow to prevent a comeback by former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu as the nation goes back to the polls.
“It is my hope that young girls can continue to dream of becoming Olympic and World Champions in a female category prioritising the competitive cornerstone of fairness. “
British Home Secretary Priti Patel has approved the extradition of WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange to the United States to face criminal charges. The Australian hacker turned media activist is wanted by US authorities on 18 counts, including a spying charge, relating to WikiLeaks' release of vast troves of confidential US military records and diplomatic cables [...]
“We strongly condemn any act of terrorism or support for such activities, and reject any attempt to exploit the work of humanitarian organisations”