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People.com: Ted Haggard to Play Celebrity Wife Swapupdated: Thu Sep 22 2011 03:49:00

Haggard, who left his church after a sex and drug scandal, will reportedly swap spouses with Gary Busey

Disgraced pastor Ted Haggard returns in cable TV specialupdated: Fri Jan 07 2011 06:04:00

Ted Haggard, the former megachurch pastor and former National Association of Evangelicals chief whose career was undone by a sex and drugs scandal in 2006, will appear in a cable TV special this month.

2010: Ted Haggard's new church growingupdated: Fri Jan 07 2011 06:04:00

In July, Ted Haggard said the church he began in his Colorado home welcomes all and is growing. KUSA reports.

Ted Haggard to start new churchupdated: Sat Jun 05 2010 13:17:00

The founder of the New Life Church announced plans open a Colorado church after scandal forced his resignation in 2006.

Fallen evangelical leader Ted Haggard to start new churchupdated: Sat Jun 05 2010 13:17:00

Ted Haggard, the former megachurch pastor and former National Association of Evangelicals chief whose career was undone by a gay prostitution and drugs scandal in 2006, plans to start a new church.

Faced with scandal, disgraced preacher's wife maintained faithupdated: Fri Jan 29 2010 02:41:00

The wife of former New Life Church pastor Ted Haggard said Thursday that she never considered divorce after she discovered her husband had sexual encounters with men.

New Haggard sex scandalupdated: Thu Jan 29 2009 08:56:00

Accuser says Ted Haggard believed himself invincible. CNN's David Mattingly reports.

New Haggard accuser: 'He really thought he was invincible'updated: Thu Jan 29 2009 08:56:00

Disgraced evangelical Christian leader Ted Haggard sought drugs from a young male volunteer at his Colorado church and masturbated in front of him in a hotel room, apparently believing himself "invincible," the former volunteer says.

Killer's parents hug, cry with parents of 2 slain teensupdated: Fri Jan 11 2008 09:36:00

Pastor Brady Boyd calls it the "highlight of my ministry" -- seeing the parents of the man who shot up his church be embraced by the parents of two teenage sisters who were killed in the attack.

Victim: Shooter was calmupdated: Wed Dec 12 2007 11:37:00

New Life Church shooting victim Larry Bourbonnais talks to CNN's Anderson Cooper about what happened.

Coroner: Colorado gunman killed himselfupdated: Wed Dec 12 2007 11:37:00

Matthew Murray, the man who police say shot and killed four people at two separate locations in Colorado on Sunday, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, the coroner's office said Tuesday.

Guard who shot gunman speaksupdated: Mon Dec 10 2007 22:08:00

A volunteer security officer tells reporters how she stopped a gunman who opened fire at the New Life Church.

Security guard who stopped shooter credits Godupdated: Mon Dec 10 2007 22:08:00

"It seemed like it was me, the gunman, and God," said Jeanne Assam, describing her feelings as she confronted a man who charged into her Colorado Springs church Sunday firing a weapon.

Time.com: Christians Under Fire in Coloradoupdated: Mon Dec 10 2007 19:00:00

The shootings at a megachurch and a Christian missionary center now appear to be linked. What was the connection?

Gunman killed after opening fire at churchupdated: Mon Dec 10 2007 00:18:00

A gunman attacked worshippers at a Colorado Springs, Colorado, megachurch Sunday afternoon, killing one person and wounding four others before being killed by a security staff member, the city's police chief said.

Shooting witnessupdated: Mon Dec 10 2007 00:18:00

A witness to the church shooting in Colorado Springs, Colorado, describes what he saw.

Evangelical confesses to 'sexual immorality' in letterupdated: Sun Nov 05 2006 02:57:00

Less than a day after being fired from leadership of the evangelical mega-church he founded, the Rev. Ted Haggard confessed Sunday to "sexual immorality" and called himself "a deceiver and a liar."

Gallagher: Allegations raise political, timing questionsupdated: Fri Nov 03 2006 09:37:00

A national religious leader with White House ties, the Rev. Ted Haggard, resigned Thursday after accusations by a male prostitute that the pastor paid him for sex during a three-year period.

Church forces out Haggard for 'sexually immoral conduct'updated: Fri Nov 03 2006 07:38:00

The Rev. Ted Haggard agreed Saturday to resign as leader of the megachurch he started in his basement more than 20 years ago after its independent investigative board said he was guilty of "sexually immoral conduct."

Evangelical leader quits, denies male escort's allegationsupdated: Thu Nov 02 2006 19:27:00

The president of the National Association of Evangelicals resigned Thursday after denying an accusation by a male prostitute that the pastor paid him for sex over three years.

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