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  • Billy Graham’s daughter speaks at YMCA prayer event April 5

     
     The YMCA of Central Florida brings Virginia “Gigi” Graham to Orlando on Thursday, April 5, to share her inspirational message of faith and unite nearly a thousand community residents and leaders at one of the largest prayer breakfasts held in...
  • Pastor Rick Warren on ‘This Week’; Cardinal Timothy Dolan on ‘Face the Nation’

     
    Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich visits "Fox News Sunday," which airs at 9 a.m. on WOFL-Channel 35. Other guests are Sen. Kent Conrad, D-N.D., and Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis. The panel will be Brit Hume, Mara Liasson, Steve Hayes of The Weekly...
  • Gay marriage debate on the ballot Tuesday

     
    Vice President Joe Biden's remarks on “Meet the Press” Sunday in support of gay marriage came just days before voters in North Carolina will decide Tuesday whether to amend the state constitution to ban gay marriage and civil unions. “...
  • Political Smackdown: Former Wrestler Takes On McMahon

    Linda McMahon, in her campaign to unseat U.S. Sen. Christopher Dodd, has repeatedly distanced herself from the business that made her rich and propelled her aspiring political career - professional wrestling. In TV commercials and campaign brochures,...
  • Gay Christian pastor to speak at church

    Editor's note: This clarifies what LBGT stands for. While Christian beliefs and ideas about homosexuality sometimes conflict, in the case of the Rev. Mel White, two worlds unite. The openly gay pastor — who was a ghostwriter for Billy Graham,...
  • Ride the rails to suburban fun

    Ride the rails to suburban fun
    The suburbs of Chicago are like people: Each one has a unique personality with its own appeal and claim to fame. The problem is that (many) city-dwellers balk at the idea of going to the suburbs, and (lots of) suburbanites think first of Chicago —...
  • Glenn Beck: Right message, wrong messenger

    Glenn Beck: Right message, wrong messenger
    Even the Rev. Billy Graham might have been a tad emerald with envy — if it wasn't a sin. Still, who couldn't help but marvel at the multitudes who turned out last Saturday for the Sermon on the Monument? Less a political rally than an old-...
  • L.A. Memorial Coliseum is America's most historic sporting venue

    LOS ANGELES — Whether Colonial Williamsburg, Boston's Freedom Trail or Washington's monuments, tracing the steps of patriots, presidents and pioneers never ceases to inspire. Same holds for iconic sports arenas. Among those of us who revel in the...
  • PBS looks for 'God in America'

    Airing over three consecutive nights beginning Monday, Oct. 11 (check local listings), the six-hour PBS series "God in America," a co-venture of "Frontline" and "American Experience," blends documentary footage, historical dramatizations and interviews...
  • Book review: 'Decision Points' by George W. Bush

    Book review: 'Decision Points' by George W. Bush
    The first great American autobiographies both appeared in the 19th century, were born of conflict and written by public men — "The Life and Times of Frederick Douglass" and "The Personal Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant." Since then, what we might...
  • Virginia's London thinks big picture

    Virginia's London thinks big picture
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Mike London brought his "A" game Monday. His Virginia football team needs to be even better Saturday at Virginia Tech. The Cavaliers share last place in the ACC's Coastal Division and are concluding their third consecutive...