Worldnetdaily Column: CMI's Robert Knight and Kristen Fyfe blast reviews of HBO documentary about evangelical Christianity


The 2007 Sundance festival has reached a new low with a strange, yet highly publicized film called Zoo.


A family group voiced deep skepticism Thursday about a new book charging that children in Republican-leaning states are at greater risk than their peers elsewhere because of conservative policies.


Which children's story does the Post emphasize? The American Library Association's award winners? Or Goth culture and fashion?


After zooming in on a woman wearing an obscene T-shirt at an NFL game, Fox apologized - but the network is suing for the right to broadcast the F-bomb any time of day.


Promoting high-octane social liberalism is not centrist government.


Newsweek column serves to ridicule and undermine religious faith.


The New York Times celebrates women's "liberation" from dependence on men and the institution of marriage.


Violence on television has reached record levels, so we can expect more aggressive behavior from children. Read the studies here.


Concerns about violence on television date back to 1954. But who would have predicted television could be as noxious as it is today?


Prime time TV is more violent than ever before, more of the violence is sex-related, and children are paying the price.


Five weeks after the New York Times was notified about a major error in its reporting on abortions in El Salvador, the newspaper finally ran a correction on Sunday.