Ryan Foley joined The Christian Post in August 2020. He currently covers abortion, politics, education and U.S. news. He was a participant in the National Journalism Center's spring 2018 internship program and has previously written for the Media Research Center's NewsBusters blog and The Western Journal.
Foley graduated from Rhode Island College in 2017 with a B.A. in Political Science and currently resides in Arlington, Virginia.
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., says he will step down from his post as the upper chamber's top Republican at the end of the year, quoting from the Old Testament book Ecclesiastes in a speech on the Senate floor Wednesday.
Calvin University President Wiebe Boer has resigned following allegations of engaging in "unwelcome and inappropriate" behavior.
A number of candidates have filed to run for president, receiving little to no media attention in the process. While some of the candidates have high name identification established from engaging in non-political activities, their campaigns have not been treated as serious endeavors thus far. Here are 14 lesser-known candidates running for president in 2024.
Working to address the "real problem" of millions of Evangelical voters failing to vote in elections, a longtime political activist is urging pastors to mobilize their faith ahead of the 2024 presidential race.
A former fire chaplain in Texas has filed for a judgment after claiming he was unconstitutionally fired for sharing his religious beliefs about gender and sexuality on his personal blog.
A "Saturday Night Live" skit told the story of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ and featured a Bible verse, leaving one former cast member to wonder if this is the first time the popular sketch comedy show has shared the "Gospel" message.
A new Tennessee law will allow public officials to refuse to perform same-sex marriages if their religious beliefs make them unable to do so in good conscience.
CPAC attendees were divided on who former President Donald Trump should pick as his running mate in the 2024 presidential election, but two of the potential vice presidential candidates polled highest among the competition.
Former President Donald Trump slammed the record of his successor, President Joe Biden, as he warned those gathered at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference that “the worst is yet to come” should Biden win another term in office.
During an appearance on Fox News Tuesday night, former President Donald Trump addressed the speculation surrounding who he is considering tapping as his vice presidential running mate as he remains the clear frontrunner for the Republican nomination.