Lawrence D. Jones
As promised, House Republicans have not left the FCC's net neutrality rules unchallenged in the new Congress, backing a bill that would invalidate the federal agency's new regulations over the Web.
The largest Christian body in Nigeria issued a statement Friday that condemned the recent attacks against Christians that began Christmas weekend.
A majority of American voters are against efforts by the FCC to regulate the Internet, a new Rasmussen poll finds. Under net neutrality, internet service providers must provide equal access to all legal Web content on their networks.Tags NRB
At least 130 Christians in Egypt still remain imprisoned after police attacked a church under reconstruction, a Christian missionary agency reported.
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah has denied any involvement in efforts to move the ground zero Islamic center to another location in Manhattan.
A Dallas church tired of the political correctness surrounding Christmas has launched a website to report "naughty" businesses that fail to acknowledge the religious meaning of the holiday.Tags Christmas
A conservative legal group has threatened to sue a community college in Oregon over its call to cancel a course on Islam and fire the instructor while schools officials remain undeterred in their decision.
The Pennsylvania parents who turned to prayer instead of medicine as their son died of bacteria pneumonia were found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and child endangerment Friday.
A school board in Cherokee County, Ga., could face a legal battle if it decides to keep a local megachurch as the venue for its high school graduations.
Developers of the proposed Islamic center near Ground Zero are asking for millions of dollars in federal money, intended to rebuild the area surrounding the 9/11 attacks, to fund its controversial project.Tags Islam
The Supreme Court on Friday denied a petition to lift the "don't ask, don't tell" policy as the issue is being reviewed by a federal appeals court. Earlier this month, Log Cabin Republicans urged the high court to reinstate an injunction against DADT
A rural Arizona church is facing a bill of $50,000 in back taxes and faces the possibility of foreclosure after a local property assessor sat on tax exemption paperwork for three years.
More than four in ten Americans believe places of worship are handling the issue of homosexuality either a poorly or in a way that they would grade as failing.
Over the past week, the American Center for Law and Justice scored two new victories for religious freedom on campus without having to set foot in a courtroom.
Government officials in a Colorado county are taking their case against a local church up to the U.S. Supreme Court after failing to win over two lower courts.