Influential leaders from the Family Research Council and Focus on the Family publicly endorsed Rick Santorum for the GOP presidential nomination ahead of the South Carolina primary.
Barack Obama's Wednesday decision to appease his liberal base and reject the Keystone XL oil sands pipeline may hurt his chances with independents and some Democrats who favor jobs and energy independence over the environment.
Mitt Romney's attempts to woo conservatives with tough immigration rhetoric is drawing the party away from its compassionate conservative values, said a Hispanic Republican group.
Rick Santorum beat out Mitt Romney and won the Republican Iowa caucus by 34 votes, newly discovered precinct results reveal.
Rick Perry said he is putting conservatives ahead of himself in his Thursday decision to drop out of the GOP race and endorse fellow candidate Newt Gingrich as the party’s anti-Romney.
GOP candidate Ron Paul is using delegates to embarking on a new campaign strategy to establish either himself or his libertarian values during the 2012 Florida Republican National Convention (RNC).
Fox News Host Mick Huckabee distanced himself from an ad produced by Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign bearing his name and featuring his voice. The move shows social conservatives remain uncomfortable with supporting the former Massachusetts governor.
Just in time for Martin Luther King Day, GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich met with African-American churchgoers Saturday to confront his past racially-tinged comments and become the bridge-building candidate in the Republican race.
A Maryland County Councilman plans to introduce a bill Tuesday pushing local businesses to change public bathroom restrictions to accommodate transgendered men and women.
GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s plans to hammer fellow contender Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry on their seemingly lenient immigration positions may conflict with the very same evangelical voters he is trying to court.
Barack Obama’s administration, in defending the recent recess appointments, is attempting to have “pro forma” sessions for Democrats and block it, too.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to uphold ministerial exception in the case of Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church and School renews the church’s power to maintain the integrity of its religious message in Christian institutions and houses of worship, a conservative attorney said.
Pro-life advocates in Arkansas submitted to the state attorney general’s office a revised state constitution amendment to give rights to the unborn in the hopes that the measure will make it to the 2012 ballot, and eventually force a U.S. Supreme Court challenge to Roe vs. Wade.
The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously agreed Wednesday that the government should not interfere with religious groups’ internal affairs in the case of a disgruntled former employee of a Lutheran school.
Unless a fellow contender drops out of the race or is involved in a major scandal, one political expert believes Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry’s chances at a South Carolina win may already be over.
A key leader for The Response, a massive and growing gathering of Christians in nine key political venues this year, admits that the movement intends to spur Christians to political action this election year but denies the movement has a specific and secret political agenda as a growing number of secular liberal critics charge.
The nine midnight primary voters in Dixville Notch, N.H. handed the rest of the state a small surprise – a tie between Mitt Romney and former U.S. China Ambassador Jon Huntsman.
Evangelicals differ over the best approach to explain the traditional marriage position to homosexuals, as Republican candidates were asked to do over the weekend. However, they agree that officials must not shy away from the truth.
African-American talk show host and Barack Obama critic Tavis Smiley expressed disappointment with an Illinois employee group’s decision to drop him as the guest speaker of its Jan. 16 Martin Luther King luncheon after another local group threatened to boycott the function.
Critics accused Barack Obama on Thursday of abusing his position as president by circumventing the Senate to appoint new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau head Richard Cordray and three others.
Pundits have stepped up the media scrutiny of Rick Santorum, criticizing everything from his policies to his sweater vests since the Republican longshot finished a close second to front-runner Mitt Romney in the Iowa caucuses.
The results of the Iowa caucuses show that evangelical voters are paying close attention to "values issues" and not being swayed by “Christian talk” as they select a 2012 Republican nominee, Christian conservative leaders observed.
Sen. John McCain’s expected endorsement of Mitt Romney may prove to be the kiss of death for conservatives who believe the former GOP nominee is a middle-of-the-road Republican and who fault his campaign leadership for Barack Obama’s 2008 win.
As Iowa caucuses begin today, the Occupy movement in the state is acting on their own caucus last week – they met together to decide whom they disliked most and would protest against.
A pro-life advocate who witnessed the death of her daughter is urging the international headquarters of the Salvation Army to update their abortion belief statement and remove exceptions for rape and sick fetuses.