Planned Parenthood of Indiana announced it has downsized its operations, shutting down several facilities and shortening its hours of operation, in the absence of federal court intervention to halt Indiana law cutting Medicaid funds to abortion clinics.
A Redford, Mich., Lutheran church school successfully petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to hear its case to decide whether churches and ministries have a right to hire or fire employees who take issue with its policies despite federal laws.
Less two weeks after several senior advisors walked away from Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign, two more aides quit.
Rumblings from his administration have some conservatives concerned that President Barack Obama may be planning to endorse same-sex marriage this week or next as a gesture honoring Gay Pride month.
A Christian Miss Tennessee told Miss USA judges she strongly disapproves of the burning of sacred texts, including her own, during a challenging final question round that led to the crowning of Miss California, a self-professed "science geek" and believer in evolution.
Can the theories of science and story of creation be united in way that affirms the veracity of the Bible? Oxford Math Professor John Lennox says it can happen.
In a letter to the presidential candidates, a progressive Baptist minister warns that religion is being manipulated and misused in the 2012 race as a political tool.
Pre-recorded questions about evolution in schools and nude pictures coupled with a new online voting system have some worried that this year’s Miss USA pageant queens may feel pressured to compromise their beliefs in order to win the crown.
A national marriage survey commissioned by a conservative legal group found that 62 percent of Americans believe that marriage should be defined as a union between a man and a woman. The numbers, the survey director said, mirrors the millions of Americans in 31 states who voted in favor of constitutional marriage amendments.
Experts on a panel discussion discussed how religious minorities worldwide as well as the societies they live in are unstable because national governments fail to punish perpetrators of violent sectarian attacks.
Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman says he will formally join the 2012 race with a June 21 announcement near New York's Statue of Liberty.
GOP presidential candidates focused their political assault on the White House rather their Republican opponents during the New Hampshire debates. Conservatives say their focus is on winning back America. Critics say it is about keeping fiscal and social conservatives united against the president.
The second generation author of the bestselling children's series The Berenstain Bears, says the new "Living Lights" mini-series gives him the opportunity to express his newfound faith.
Social conservative Rick Santorum told NBC’s “Meet the Press” that he hopes Christian voters can overlook Jon Huntsman's and Mitt Romney's Mormon faith.
New Life Church Pastor Brady Boyd is in the hospital after undergoing open heart surgery Friday. Boyd, the pastor who took over Ted Haggard's Colorado Springs church, had surgery to replace a pulmonary valve.
House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Peter King is preparing for a second Muslim "radicalization" hearing focused on the threat in American prisons this upcoming week.
Conservatives say a recent survey revealing the younger generations' differing values is the result of media influences and negative experiences. Those values may change, they say, as young adults learn, age and form families of their own.
Minneapolis-based retailer Target announced it will not take sides on the marriage amendment slated to appear on Minnesota’s 2012 ballot.
Newt Gingrich's presidential campaign may be imploding after a number of slip-ups, an ill-timed trip and the mass evacuation of his campaign staff.
Amid pressure from its surrounding community, a Mennonite liberal arts college denied banning the performance of the national anthem at sporting events, saying it is simply finding an alternative that better resonates with its core values.
Presidential candidate Herman Cain says he is not threatened by additional candidates entering the 2012 race for the GOP nomination pool because he expects to rise to the top.
A group of pastors launched a new evangelical network Tuesday in the hopes of reaching American churches that have fallen into liberal ideology and encouraging a full return back to conservative values and principles.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit heard oral arguments Tuesday on whether or not to uphold a 2010 decision to prohibit Idaho public schools from using religious texts and documents despite their historical value.
A New Mexico man is fighting a court order to remove a billboard where he explicitly opposes his ex-girlfriend’s decision to get an abortion. “This Would Have Been A Picture Of My 2-Month Old Baby If The Mother Had Decided To Not KILL Our Child!" the ad reads
At the Faith and Freedom Coalition conference, presidential candidate Ron Paul used the Bible to show evangelicals why big government is bad and how their fight to protect faith and family are all rooted in liberty.