Rubio confronted by gay man in N.H.

Rubio, on the heels of a disappointing debate performance, makes the news again in liberal New Hampshire when confronted by voter who is gay. Voters in New Hampshire head to the polls today.

Super Bowl 50 highlights Bay Area need for church planting boom

As the nation prepares for the first Super Bowl in the Bay Area in nearly three decades, Southern Baptists will turn their eyes to a changing mission field — one with a consistent need for new churches. One Redwood City church notes encouragement from evangelicals in Florida, Texas, Virginia, Ohio and beyond as they hope to turn the tide out west.

Super Bowl ads parents may want to censor

It's still early, but this year's Super Bowl ads are shaping up to be far less controversial than past years – which is great news for parents who are often caught "diving for the remote" when the game goes to a break. Here are the ones families should avoid.

Bonnie & Clyde standoff ends in Milton, Florida

The hunt for a Missouri couple suspected in a spree of robberies and kidnappings across the South ended on Friday with the man shot dead and the woman wounded after a chase, standoff and shooting involving law enforcement in Florida, police said.

Top generals recommend women for military draft

Asked by the Senate Armed Services Committee if women should be required to register for the draft, the Army and Marine Corps' highest ranking officers said "yes." The secretaries of the Army and Navy said the decision should come after a "national debate."






30 missions media professionals jobless as IMB closes Richmond office

As the news begin to spread late Wednesday night that the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention is eliminating its stateside office, Facebook pages of those affected – and those of their friends – lit up with indirect messages of encouragement and promises of prayer.