The online hacker organization Anonymous has sent a warning to a notorious Kansas-based hate group about its plans to protest the funerals of the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
A progressive activist who heads an organization that tracks gender bias in American media believes that sexism in the news is a "widespread problem."
The Federal Communications Commission has received over 56,000 comments in opposition to their proposal to loosen their standards regarding graphic content on television and radio.
A Kentucky school district has decided to remove multiple Decalogue displays from various school classrooms in response to a complaint from a secular group.
A well-known atheist author has taken issue with recent claims that his criticism of Islam is a form of bigotry against Muslims. Sam Harris posted a lengthy essay on his website last week responding to the controversy over his words.
Social media has become a source of growing incivility and even ruined relationships, says a recently released survey conducted by a corporate training firm.
The provisional bishop of The Episcopal Church in South Carolina has sent out letters to an estimated 140 clergy seeking clarification as to whether or not they will be departing the denomination.
As the evangelical community continues to grapple with the news about the suicide of Pastor Rick Warren's son, a respected theologian and author believes the Christian community needs to respond to suicide with "deepest compassion."
Billy Graham, the famous preacher and evangelist, has been honored by North Carolina lawmakers with the title of "Favorite Son" of the state.
As tornado season begins in the United States, a major Christian humanitarian organization is providing families with a downloadable guide about disaster preparation.
An online petition at a White House website in support of a homeschooling family from Germany seeking asylum in America has passed the 100,000 benchmark in signatures.
The upper house of the Oklahoma Legislature passed a bill that would prevent the use of religious or foreign laws in American courts.
The head of the global Anglican Communion released a statement expressing sadness over the death of Great Britain's first female prime minister.
While most will remember Roger Ebert as an influential and witty film critic, one Washington, D.C.- based national church-state watchdog has hailed him as an ally.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has decided to send $3.1 million to several projects connected to the Church in Latin America.