Lawrence D. Jones
The American Bar Association has adopted a resolution calling on governments at every level to eliminate all the legal barriers that prevent to same-sex couples from being joined in marriage.
An atheist activist in Illinois has filed a federal lawsuit to force a non-profit group into surrendering the $20,000 state grant it received to repair and restore a giant 111-foot cross.
A proposed “mega mosque” to be built near New York City’s Ground Zero has little support nationwide, suggests a new CNN/Opinion Research Corporation Poll.
Opponents of Texas’ new social studies standards are hailing the introduction of a House resolution that criticizes the Texas State Board of Education.
A federal judge has denied a motion to stay the judgment he made last week on California’s Proposition 8, effectively allowing gay marriages to resume in the state starting next Wednesday.1 comments
The federal judge who rejected California's voter-approved marriage definition says he is ready to rule on whether gay marriages should resume immediately in the state or await an appeals court's input.
Over the past 30 years, virtually every Supreme Court case involving sexual freedom – whether it’s been abortion or gay rights – has been decided in favor of the expanded liberties, noted prominent Christian conservative leader Chuck Colson on Monday.
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Attorney General Jerry Brown asked a federal judge on Friday to allow same-sex marriages in California to resume immediately after a landmark federal ruling on the issue was made public.
Elena Kagan was sworn in Saturday as the 112th justice and fourth woman ever to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court.
The University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana will once again allow a Catholic professor to teach on the subject of Catholicism after firing him last month for explaining the Catholic Church’s position on human sexual behavior to members of his class.
The U.S. Senate confirmed Elena Kagan on Thursday as the fourth woman in history to serve on the Supreme Court following a 63-37 vote that was mostly along party lines.
Kenyan voters have overwhelmingly approved their country’s new constitution, according to provisional results released by election officials Thursday morning.
The U.S. Senate will be voting Thursday on the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan before heading into its monthlong summer recess.
A federal judge has ruled against California’s voter-approved marriage definition in a landmark decision that brings the gay marriage debate one step closer to the U.S. Supreme Court.Tags Homosexuality
A federal court will release on Wednesday the ruling of the judge who presided over the landmark gay marriage court battle in California earlier this year.