The Virginia Court of Appeals heard oral arguments this past week on the issue of whether Virginia must enforce a custody order and visitation order arising from a dissolved Vermont same-sex civil union.
Religious believers are particularly likely to use their own beliefs as a guide when reasoning about God's beliefs compared to when reasoning about other people's beliefs, assert researchers behind a recently published paper.
A full Senate vote on a proposal to legalize gay marriage in New Jersey is set for Thursday after a key Senate committee narrowly passed the bill Monday.
The U.S. Supreme Court said it will decide whether a public university can refuse to recognize a religious student group because the group requires its leaders to share its religious beliefs.
The U.S. Senate was expected to begin debate Monday on an amendment that would bar federally subsidized health insurance plans from covering abortion.
A bill to legalize same-sex marriage in New York failed by a surprisingly wide margin Wednesday, chalking up another big win for traditional marriage advocates.
The Supreme Court for the second time in as many weeks refused to hear the case of a high school valedictorian who spoke about their faith in a graduation speech.
The Catholic bishops of New Jersey are making it clear to their flocks what the Church's teaching is on marriage in hopes of enabling them to promote and support marriage and families.
Christian legal group Liberty Counsel released its "Naughty & Nice" checklist on Wednesday to point out which business censor or recognize Christmas.
The U.S. Senate voted along party lines Saturday to move forward with health care legislation that pro-lifers say would create the largest expansion of abortion since the 1970s.
The U.S. Supreme Court won't hear the case of a high school valedictorian whose speech was cut short by school officials after she began speaking about the role her beliefs played in her success in life.
The man accused of killing George Tiller plans to tell the court that he was justified in shooting the prominent abortionist and says he has no regrets.
Christian legal group Liberty Counsel has launched its seventh annual "Friend or Foe Christmas Campaign," pledging to be a "Friend" to those who recognize Christmas and a "Foe" to those who censor it.
The director of a Planned Parenthood abortion center in Texas has resigned and embraced the pro-life movement after witnessing an abortion through an ultrasound.
Former beauty queen Carrie Prejean and the organization that directs the Miss California USA pageant have dropped their suits against one another and now "wish each other the best in their future endeavors."
Religious and nongovernmental displays will not be allowed inside Capitol buildings in Washington state starting next month, according to newly established rules.
A T-shirt design that was intended to foster school spirit on the campus of Penn State University has become a center of media-brewed controversy that will likely fizzle out before ever catching fire.
The organization that directs the Miss California USA pageant is countersuing former beauty queen Carrie Prejean over the breast augmentation surgery it had helped to fund prior to this year's Miss USA pageant.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee has risen to become the leading choice of likely Republican voters for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination, according to a report released Monday.
The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) is asking a federal appeals court to uphold the dismissal of a lawsuit challenging the phrase "so help me God" in the presidential inaugural oath and in prayers at the inauguration ceremony.
The Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday regarding a seven-foot cross on government-owned ground that has been covered for the past seven years due to its alleged violation of the Establishment Clause.
Social conservatives are calling upon Christians in California to rally against a bill that – if passed – would pressure schools into honoring the late Harvey Milk, the first openly gay person to be elected to public office in a major city.
Hundreds of thousands of pro-lifers and Christians in over 1,450 cities nationwide lined sidewalks Sunday to peacefully protest abortion.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments this week on whether a seven-foot cross on government-owned ground can stand without violating the Constitution's ban on establishment of religion by the government.
Hundreds of thousands of pro-lifers and Christians will line sidewalks across cities nationwide this Sunday to peacefully protest abortion.