European Union lawmakers and member states on Thursday reached an agreement that would allow anyone in the bloc to obtain digital proof of coronavirus vaccination status, COVID test results, or recovery from an infection.
The U.S. Treasury Department on Thursday offered to accept a global minimum corporate tax of at least 15% during international negotiations, a rate significantly below its proposed 21% minimum for U.S. multinational firms.
A $1.9 billion post-Jan. 6 riot security funding bill passed by just one vote Thursday in the Democratic-led House, with two Republican members missing the vote.
Violent clashes erupted Thursday between pro-Israel and pro-Palestine protestors in New York City’s Times Square.
Christians worldwide demand the release of a young woman held captive for more than three years by Islamic militants in Nigeria because she refuses to renounce her faith in Christ.
A Saudi man who abandoned Islam and turned to faith in Christ has a court hearing in Saudi Arabia while his wife is pressured to leave him, Christians told Worthy News.
Indonesian authorities are cracking down on youngsters using social media to condemn Palestinians in the ongoing conflict with Israel.
Police in eastern Uganda are investigating the involvement of Islamic militants in the May 3 beheading of a Pentecostal pastor who evangelized among Muslims, Worthy News learned Thursday.
A new study by the Arizona University Cultural Research Center (CRC) shows that 43% of American Millennials (18-36), and 31% of Gen Xers (37-54) do not know or do not care whether God exists.
A licensed Christian marriage and family therapist has filed suit against Washington state because of its ban on “conversion therapy” (sexual orientation counseling for minors), the Christian Post reports. Licensed therapist Brian Tingley filed suit in the US District Court of the Western District of Washington at Tacoma on Thursday; the defendants include the state’s Attorney General and Secretary of Health.