Chatting Online with Obama
WASHINGTON (AP) - Americans concerned about the economy andother issues...
Park Service says occupy camping must end in DC
WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. Park Police reminded demonstrators at twoWashington...
High Surf Advisory Canceled for Coast
ABERDEEN, Wash. (AP) - The National Weather Service says thewaves on the...
Kennewick Mobile Home Fire
KENNEWICK, Wash. (AP) - One person has been killed and oneseriously burned...
Roe v. Wade Anniversary
Supporters and opponents of abortion rights gather in nation's capital for demonstrations, events
Occupy Wallstreet - Faith
Faith leaders decry Supreme Court ruling giving corporations a voice in elections
Due to the weather, the following event has been cancelled for tonight: Ernie Hoss and Signature...
AP. BASEL, Switzerland - Novartis is recallingsome bottles of Excedrin, NoDoz, Bufferin and Gas-X...
Category: Religious News
Koreas - Tension - Evangelist
BOONE, N.C. (AP) — The Rev. Franklin Graham says President Barack Obama could use basketball diplomacy to defuse tensions with North Korea and its young leader.
The son of evangelist Billy Graham says Obama should contact Kim Jong Un, whose regime has threatened to launch nuclear strikes on South Korea and the U.S.
Franklin Graham told KTIS radio that since Kim is in his 20s and loves basketball, Obama could invite him "to the finals."
The NCAA college basketball championship game will be played Monday night in Atlanta.
Franklin Graham has visited North Korea four times and his Samaritan's Purse humanitarian organization has operated there for years. His mother, the late Ruth Bell Graham, attended high school in Pyongyang in the 1930s and his father, Billy Graham, preached there in 1992.