An Arizona college student passing out American flags with friends Friday for the 10-year anniversary of 9/11 was forced to move after campus officials accused her of hindering foot traffic and lacking the proper permit. Despite the university's denials, the event organizer said officials violated her right to free speech.
Legal testimony from a former Herman Cain campaign staffer suggests the Republican presidential candidate may have tried to cover up the employment of a gay staffer.
Tuesday's New York special election for former Rep. Anthony Weiner’s seat may be an opportunity for Republicans and Democrats alike to express their disenchantment with President Obama’s economic politics, which could result in a landmark victory for GOP candidate Robert Turner.
Nearly a year after a surge of teen suicides resulting from bullying grabbed the nation's attention, there is a wave of parents filing bullying lawsuits in order to force schools to protect their children and other students from verbal and physical abuse at the hands of their peers.
Rick Perry, whose comments comparing Social Security to a “Ponzi” scheme, has taken hits from both sides of the aisle. The Republican governor of Texas is now backing away from his Ponzi scheme comparison in a letter urging for Social Security reform as Republican presidential candidates continue to criticize the Texas governor.
September 11 and the Park 51 Mosque have become battleground issues in the finals days of the New York special election to replace disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner.
Americans have been urged to proceed as normal despite word of "credible" terror threats circulated the news since late Thursday afternoon. The question remains will Americans continue with their plans to honor 9/11 victims amid the threat of a possible terrorist attack.
The Tennessee pastor who welcomed an Islamic center to his block a year ago is now urging Christians everywhere to let go of fear and ignorance this Sept. 11 and love their Muslim neighbors.
Family Research Council, the conservative family values group, joined forces with Democratic New York City Councilman Fernando Cabrera (D-Bronx) to present New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg with more than 62,000 signatures asking the mayor to allow clergy, prayer and first responders at the city's 9/11 memorial ceremony Sunday. The service will mark the 10th anniversary of the attack on the nation.
While religious leaders are urging Christians to love their Muslim neighbors as the 10-year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks draw near, Florida Congressman Allen West (R) and the Christian Action Network reminded the public that there is still continued opposition to the New York City Islamic center being built near ground zero.
While GOP candidate Mitt Romney's evangelical support seems stronger than in 2008 when it was his downfall, the strong surge by frontrunner and strong evangelical Rick Perry means Romney still has an uphill battle to capture the GOP primary in 2012.
Sojourners magazine appears to be walking a fine line with an ad about homosexual homelessness in its September/October issue. The organization hopes to encourage Christians to champion the plight of battered homosexual youths while maintaining a conservative stance on sexuality, but other evangelicals find the ad tasteless and immoral. The campaign features a child holding a teddy bear.
Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) pledged to heed the 9/11 Commission's report and improve communications among the nation’s first responders as the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center nears.
The Department of Justice's civil rights division has filed more civil cases against pro-life sidewalk counselors during Barack Obama's administration than the previous administration.
Over 55,000 conservatives, upset with the decision to exclude clergy and prayer at the New York City 9/11 commemoration, sign petition urging Mayor Bloomberg