The Kansas City Chiefs will play the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday in a big game as the postseason berths get snapped up one by one. With just two weeks of the regular season left - including today's games - there is little room for mistakes for those who still have not secured their spot in the Playoffs, and the Steelers especially will know they have to win today.
The Green Bay Packers will play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday knowing that their postseason hopes are hanging in the balance, especially if they want to grab a top two seeding and avoid the Wild Card round. The game will start at 1 p.m. ET and takes place from the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
The Cleveland Browns and the Carolina Panthers will fight it out on Sunday in a big game for both teams with still everything to play and with only two games of the regular season to go. Today's game will take place from the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina and will start at 1 p.m. ET.
Pastor Ron Edmondson of Immanuel Baptist Church in Lexington, Kentucky, has a confession to make — he shops with his wife. To that end, he recently decided that in an effort to improve and strengthen marriages, he would write down seven tips for wives to get their husbands to shop with them.
The Detroit Lions go on the road on Sunday to face the Chicago Bears as the Lions look to compete for the number 1 seed spot in the NFC. Today's game will start at 1 p.m. ET and takes place from Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois.
The Baltimore Ravens will play the Houston Texans on Sunday in a big game as the regular season moves towards its climax. There is still so much to play for, for both teams, and although the Ravens will be the favorites coming into the game, the Texans have home field advantage and will be tough to defeat.
North Korea claimed it was not involved in a cyber attack on Sony Pictures, which led to the cancellation of the release of the movie "The Interview," and also "offered" a joint investigation into it with the United States, warning of "grave consequences" if Washington doesn't agree.
Kurdish Peshmerga fighters have announced that they've taken the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar back from Islamic State militants in a battle months after tens of thousands of minority Yazidis had to flee their homes while others remained trapped after the town's capture by the terrorists.
A New York City pastor traveling with a U.S. Yazidi leader to offer humanitarian assistance to religious minorities targeted by the Islamic State in Iraq believes Christians in America should do more to encourage believers living in some of the world's most persecuted countries.
A gunman ambushed and shot to death two New York City police officers before killing himself Saturday, in what the man claimed was a revenge killing for the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. The chief of the city's police union blamed Mayor Bill de Blasio and protesters who were chanting for dead cops in the city last weekend.
While U.S. officials say Islamic State, or ISIS, has been demoralized by losses it has suffered in Iraq and Syria due to ongoing American airstrikes, reports suggest that its militants are turning Christian churches into torture chambers and selling priceless artifacts in the black market.
The CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, who recently went public with his homosexuality calling it a "gift from God," has donated a considerable amount of money to help fund an LGBT initiative in Southern states, including his native Alabama.
President Barack Obama said Friday that Sony Pictures Entertainment "made a mistake" in cancelling the Hollywood studio's film "The Interview," a comedy about a plot to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, after the company was subjected to a devastating cyber attack.
Despite anti-discrimination laws in many states that require Christian bakery owners to bake cakes for same-sex weddings, 13 LGBT and gay-owned bakeries objected to one man's request when he asked if they'd make a pro-traditional marriage cake that would read "gay marriage is wrong." All refused to back the cake and one person even cursed at the Christian man for "hate speech" and said a cake supporting traditional marriage "went against their beliefs."