Thousands of veterans in Waco are able to receive monthly pro bono work from the Baylor School of Law thanks to a state grant.
The Islamic State on Monday posted a third video featuring imprisoned British journalist John Cantlie, this one mocking President Barack Obama’s Sept. 10 speech in which he laid out his strategy for confronting the group.
Three Baylor graduates following separate career paths and living in three different parts of the world have two things in common — a passion for the deaf community and an attribution to Baylor for their success.
The Navajo Nation is poised to receive $554 million from the federal government over allegations of mismanagement of tribal resources in the largest settlement of its kind for an American Indian tribe.
While people who speak multiple languages are often thought of as diverse, people who use American Sign Language are sometimes thought of as disabled, a perception the deaf community would like to change.
Decades ago in Nazi Germany, a man had to make a life-altering choice — carry out his duties as a soldier and stay true to what he believed to be right for his country, or abandon his ideology in order to protect his family.
Due to recent religious conflicts occurring in the Middle East, Baylor’s Institute for Faith and Learning is convening a panel discussion to give students and faculty a better understanding of the current crisis.
The special prosecutor who secured two felony abuse of power indictments against Gov. Rick Perry is facing his own legal problems after a decision by Texas’ highest criminal court to renew a contempt of court case against him.
A panel featuring special international guests discussed issues from around the world Wednesday afternoon.
President Barack Obama declared Tuesday that the Ebola epidemic in West Africa could threaten security around the world, and he ordered 3,000 U.S. military personnel to the region in emergency aid muscle for a crisis spiraling out of control.