The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is suing a library in rural Missouri for constitutional violations after a community member complained to the rights group that she was denied access to witchcraft and astrology websites on the library’s Internet.
Rick Santorum’s conservative social views have some people asking curious questions. That includes one woman who asked the GOP presidential hopeful on Monday if he would "abort a gay baby."
Southern Baptists are set to plant as many as 100 churches in Cleveland over the next five years, according to a new initiative by the North American Mission Board (NAMB).
New Jersey Democrats have announced plans to introduce a bill legalizing same-sex marriage as prepare to take control of the state Senate Tuesday, despite concerns within the party that Republican Gov. Chris Christie will ultimately veto the bill.
A pregnant 14-year-old girl in Texas won a temporary restraining order against her parents who were attempting to force her into undergoing an abortion.
A high-ranking Catholic official in Spain said abortion is a bigger problem than unemployment at a religious meeting earlier this month in Madrid, adding to previous conservative family-oriented statements within the Spanish church claiming the United Nations is attempting to turn the world gay.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter says he used his Christian faith to achieve success in his life, and has turned his lessons learned into a book of daily affirmations and stories meant to inspire readers to be more Christ-like every day.
In light of a decision by Facebook to allow a women’s care group to post "Do-It-Yourself" abortion instructions on its profile, experts are investigating how common DIY abortions really are.
Laws in 34 states unfairly punish HIV and AIDS patients, according to several advocacy groups that are working with lawmakers to change regulations that have resulted in charges of attempted murder and bioterrorism for HIV/AIDS patients caught spitting.
As many as 150 children between six months and seven years of age are searching for their parents following violence in South Sudan that forced thousands of families to flee from their homes into the surrounding woods.Tags Conflict/War
Tennessee lawmakers may soon consider a bill that would allow students to express their religious-based views on homosexuality, despite protests from gay rights groups that the measure would increase persecution of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students.
The Nigerian government deployed troops to several embattled cities in northern Nigeria this weekend after a series of deadly attacks from Boko Haram – including Christmas Day violence that killed 43 people – and threats from the Islamist terror sect toward Christians to flee the area.
Facebook removed a profile picture set by the director of a pro-choice advocacy group that outlines how a woman can self-administer an abortion using over-the-counter medication, but the social media site quickly reposted the image following protests.
Nearly 80 Anglican clergymen were barred access to an annual retreat in Zimbabwe on Tuesday, inciting claims from the group that the government is prohibiting their freedom of religion.
Christian groups are calling for action and fighting back across Africa as hundreds are dead and close to 200,000 people remain exiled from their homes following over two years of isolated violence by Islamic terror sect Boko Haram, the same group that killed dozens of people in Christmas Day attacks on church