Jack Kevorkian, famed for assisting in the suicides of 130 people, was released from a Michigan prison Friday after having one year and ninth months taken off his sentence for good behavior.Tags Ethics/rights
One of the largest U.S. homeschooling conventions is expected to draw nearly 10,000 people when it opens this month in Virginia.
Presidential hopeful Sen. Sam Brownback (R-Kansas) submitted an opinion column to the New York Times on Thursday explaining in detail his position on evolution.
A high school valedictorian in Jacksonville, Fla., recently created a stir among attendants at her graduation when she shared about her faith in God and Jesus Christ throughout most of her 20-minute speech.
The $27 million Creation Museum officially opened its doors to the public Monday amid protests and petitions, but the founder of the project, Ken Ham, could not be happier.
An assistant professor who supports intelligent design and was denied tenure at Iowa State University (ISU) was found to have the highest score among the entire faculty, according to the Smithsonian/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS),which calculates the scientific impact of scientists in astronomy.
A Michigan high school choir wishes to sing The Lords Prayer at their graduation this week in honor of one of their deceased classmates but is still in the process of receiving approval over feared church-state issues.
A high school in Omaha, Ark., allowed two students to open and close their graduation ceremony Friday with prayer and a youth ministry leader to act as the commencement speaker after originally barring both.
A controversial bill that bans bias against homosexuals, transgenders, and bisexuals in public schools was passed on Thursday by the California Senate, unleashing a wave of concern through those opposed to normalizing homosexuality.Tags Family issues
The Alliance Defense Fund (ADF) filed a lawsuit Wednesday against a New York state agency over a redefinition of the states spouse clause.Tags Homosexuality
Southern Illinois University (SIU)s law school in Carbondale, Ill., has agreed to recognize a Christian student group following a recent lawsuit.
An avid anti-evolutionist is currently running unopposed in an election for the position of president-elect for the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE), alarming educators around the nation.
Lila Rose, an 18-year-old student from UCLA who recorded herself receiving controversial advice from a Planned Parenthood Los Angeles (PPLA), was on the OReilly Factor news program Thursday night.Tags Ethics/rights
A graduating senior at Higley High School in Gilbert, Ariz., just outside Phoenix, discovered this week that his reference to God had been edited from his yearbook profile.
Are they making a monkey out of you? This is the question being asked by a Minn.-based Christian organization that just launched a billboard campaign attempting to point to holes in evolutionary thought.