An attorney for former North Carolina Senator and two-time Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards is denying his involvement with a prostitution ring in New York City.
Tens of thousands of people are estimated to gather Friday in 131 cities across the nation to rally around the mantra of religious liberty brought on by President Obama's mandate on birth control.
Sandra Fluke, the Georgetown law student who gained recognition in the debate over free contraceptives and religious liberty, now says that individuals running for office should pass a litmus test on women's issues as a condition of serving.
The Rev. Franklin Graham, who last month was criticized by the NAACP over his remarks about President Obama's Christian faith, met with the group in North Carolina on Tuesday to discuss the issue and how they could best work together to fight domestic and foreign injustice.
Conservative women are continuing to rise up against what they consider to be hypocrisy by the left over the issue of misogyny.
The Rev. Dennis Terry of Greenwell Springs Baptist Church never thought his Sunday evening sermon about America being a Christian nation would ignite a media firestorm. But then again, it's not every day a presidential candidate is speaking at your church. In a phone interview with The Christian Post, Terry defended his remarks, saying they don't reflect the intent of his sermon.
President Obama appears to be moving away from his 2009 stance of opposing gay marriage. He is opposing a proposed constitutional amendment in North Carolina that would define marriage as between one man and one woman.
Former Pennsylvania Senator and GOP hopeful Rick Santorum on Monday said the chance of the Republican nomination being decided at the party's convention in Tampa is "increasing." But besides Santorum, who else would benefit from a brokered convention? One thing is for sure – it would not be Mitt Romney.
It may not surprise many political pundits that the latest Washington Post-ABC News poll finds a majority of Rick Santorum supporters think elected officials should rely on their personal religious beliefs in making policy decisions. Supporters of Mitt Romney differ not only on the use of religious beliefs, but also on the legalization of abortion and gay marriage.
After losing the Mississippi and Alabama primaries earlier this week, Republicans close to the Santorum organization are calling on former Speaker Newt Gingrich to step aside so conservatives can rally behind one candidate. But Gingrich is countering, saying there are a few hundred thousand reasons why he should stay in the race.
Christian leaders are beginning to quietly press Newt Gingrich to step out of the GOP presidential race, with some saying that there are a substantial number of large campaign donors sitting on the sidelines waiting for more clarity on who is the GOP's faith-based candidate.
A veteran who saw what resembled a U.S. flag with President Obama's image where the stars were supposed to be demanded that the Lake County, Fla., Democratic Party remove the flag which flew outside their headquarters.
A New York Times/CBS poll on Tuesday confirmed what some faith-based organizations are saying – that the issue of the contraceptive mandates is a religious liberty issue. The poll showed that 57 percent of Americans agree that faith-based employers should be allowed to bypass President Obama's mandate to cover birth control for women.
If you thought a dollar doesn't buy much anymore than you may not have heard the latest news from Washington. The health care law will reportedly require a $1 dollar surcharge for members of insurance policies that include elective abortion coverage.
Rick Santorum responded on Monday to Bill Maher's criticism against homeschooling by arguing that his 12-year-old son would "out-reason" the self-claimed "rationalist."
Few stories about life in the Deep South are without some reference to the region's conservative politics or Protestant religions. And now Mitt Romney finds himself smack-dab in the middle of back-slapping, good ole' boy politics that have defined these two southern states for decades. The question is, can a Mormon from the northeast connect with Protestants from Dixieland?
Incoming and transfer students who apply to the University of California system could not only be asked to check boxes that indicate if they are male or female, a veteran or if they have a felony convictions, but also be given the option to declare their sexual orientation.
David Barton, an influential conservative activist promoting America's Judeo-Christian heritage, has joined a long list of critics of President Obama's contraceptive mandate and its impact on religious liberties. But Barton has taken his criticism one step further in a recent blog post by claiming that the Obama administration is the most Biblically hostile in U.S. history.
Former Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain said the controversy surrounding conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh's comments about a Georgetown law student is nothing more than an attempt to deflect attention from the issues that are important in the 2012 elections.
When Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy unveiled his fried, boneless breast of chicken sandwich in 1946, he had no idea that 66 years later college students like Taylor Cotter would protest his restaurant's inclusion on their campuses.
Obama campaign manager Jim Messina is treading lightly on the issue of whether President Obama will throw his support behind the Democratic Party endorsing gay marriage at this summer's nation convention. However, the convention's chairman fully supports the issue.
Bill Maher is well known for his staunch liberal views and has in the past made his own derogatory statements about females, including former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin. Now Maher is calling on everyone, especially liberals, to accept Rush Limbaugh's apology for using the words "slut" and "prostitute" in reference to a Georgetown college student.
Pat Robertson, the controversial and outspoken evangelist and television talk show host said he would weaken marijuana laws and that "liberals" are the reason so many young Americans are incarcerated for possessing small amounts of the drug.
Mitt Romney had the biggest night of his political career yet. The former Massachusetts governor won six of 10 Super Tuesday contests, including a close election in Ohio.
Three of the four GOP hopefuls have laid claim to at least one victory in the campaigns' biggest single day yet. So far, Mitt Romney has won Virginia, Vermont and his home state of Massachusetts. Rick Santorum has won Tennessee and Oklahoma while Newt Gingrich has won his home state of Georgia.