A Minnesota court has ruled that a Christian filmmaking couple must document gay weddings despite their religious beliefs that marriage is only between a man and a woman.
U2 frontman Bono said in a recent interview with Rolling Stone that he believes President Donald Trump is a "bully" who "manipulated" the concerns of American voters.
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit against Michigan for allowing religious adoption agencies to refuse to place children in the homes of same-sex couples.
A bill that would to provide emergency aid for Christians and other victims of genocide in Iraq and Syria was advanced by a Senate committee vote earlier this week, and a congressman who sponsored the legislation says the lack of action by the U.S. so far is "incomprehensible."
A pastor and former member of the Oklahoma House of Representative who is running for governor has declared that it's "time to abolish human abortion."
President Donald Trump addressed the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday in New York City and didn't hold back from using bold language to address issues such as North Korea, terrorism and Iran. Here are five evangelical leaders' reactions to Trump's U.N. speech.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that the United States will be forced to "totally destroy" North Korea unless Pyongyang backs down from its nuclear challenge, mocking North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as a "rocket man" on a suicide mission.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein is defending her line of questioning amid significant criticism for grilling one of President Trump's judicial nominees, Amy Coney Barrett, over her Catholic beliefs earlier this month.
A new poll shows that Trump's popularity among white evangelicals has weakened, suggesting his grassroots support may not be as unconditional as religious leaders' public displays of allegiance would suggest.
Popular evangelical leader Rev. Samuel Rodriguez believes the Latino church will save American Christianity and usher in an awakening that will spread throughout all of the Christian church.
A kind of psychological road rage and a "loss of transcendence" have infected the American public square, leading to increased unrest in and a growing antagonism toward religious faith, said a prominent Southern Baptist leader.
Gay Seattle Mayor Ed Murray Resigns Following Fifth Child Abuse Claim, This Time From His Own Family
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray resigned from his position Wednesday afternoon after a fifth accusation of child abuse came to light, this time from his own family.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday said any move on illegal immigrants brought to the United States as children would have to be tied to security, disputing Democratic congressional leaders who said they had reached a deal with him on the issue.
The Trump administration is expected to reduce the number of refugees to be resettled into the United States during the next fiscal year to below 50,000, sources have indicated.
California has announced that an initiative to label abortion "first-degree murder" can gather signatures to possibly be voted on through a state referendum.
Former Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton says in her upcoming book What Happened that pro-life Democrat lawmakers must vote against pro-life legislation in favor of abortion, regardless of their personal beliefs.
Senator Ted Cruz of Texas has responded to the wave of jokes and criticism from social media regarding his Twitter account's recent liking of a pornography link.
Scholars, Univ. Presidents Criticize Feinstein for Bigoted Questions, 'Religious Test' of Judicial Nominee
Senator Dianne Feinstein is coming under criticism from prominent academics and university leaders for her "chilling" line of questioning of a Roman Catholic judicial nominee last week during a Senate hearing.
Here are five major Christian groups that are urging Congress to act to help immigrants as DACA winds down.
A congressional aide who worked for Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., as an IT specialist until he was arrested on fraud charges as he attempted to flee the country, is believed to have planted a laptop computer for police to find as part of an investigation into cybersecurity and theft.
The United States' national debt has surpassed $20 trillion, or nearly double what it was when former President Barack Obama took office in 2009.
The Justice Department on Monday filed an emergency application at the U.S. Supreme Court seeking to block an appeals court decision that curbed President Donald Trump's effort to temporarily bar most refugees from entering the United States.
U.S. President Donald Trump has reportedly ordered military forces to be ready to shoot down any missiles launched by North Korea aimed at Hawaii, Guam, or the U.S. mainland.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum has removed a new study from its website after facing scrutiny for seemingly absolving the Obama administration for its inaction in Syria despite the Bashar al-Assad regime's reported war crimes and use of chemical weapons on civilians.
Days before the official release of her new book, What Happened, Hillary Clinton revealed Thursday that the "devastating" defeat she suffered in the 2016 presidential election forced her to seek solace in prayer, yoga and Chardonnay.
A few Senate Democrats recently grilled a judicial nominee to the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals over her Roman Catholic beliefs.
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, a Roman Catholic, has strongly criticized the U.S. Catholic Church for what he described as its support for "unlimited illegal immigration" for economic reasons.
The Trump administration formally announced on Tuesday that it will put an end to an Obama-era executive order that provided immigrants brought to the United States illegally as children, a group known commonly as dreamers, with deferred action from deportation.
A coalition of 47 conservative organizations are urging news outlets, such as CNN, to stop using the Southern Poverty Law Center and its so-called "hate group" map as a source for information.
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of a Michigan county's invocation policy for monthly public meetings that allow commissioners to give prayers.