New research from LifeWay about what Americans value reveals they prize "personal freedom" most, a finding one leading pastor and radio host believes reflects a "me-centered" culture.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday handed a victory to President Donald Trump by narrowing the scope of lower court rulings that blocked his travel ban on people from six Muslim-majority countries and agreeing to hear his appeals in the cases.
A college prep event in Michigan asked high school students to tally how many privileges they have, and upon completing the exercise the white students were singled out as having the most.
Evangelist Franklin Graham says actor Johnny Depp is a "dark soul" and should be ashamed of himself for saying "maybe it's time" for President Trump to be assassinated.
GuideStar USA, which is one of the nation's leading sources of information about nonprofit organizations, has announced it will remove from its list of "hate groups" dozens of conservative advocacy organizations, many of which advocate for traditional marriage.
California has banned state-funded travel to four states that have recently enacted laws that Attorney General Xavier Becerra claims are discriminatory against people on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.
About half of all Americans say a prayer over their food at least a few times a week which is an unusual commonality in a politically divided nation, according to a new poll by The Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation.
A federal judge in Michigan has ruled that more than 100 Iraqi Christian migrants facing deportation can stay in the U.S. for at least two more weeks to give the court more time to determine its jurisdiction.
Academy Award-winning actor Johnny Depp apologized Friday after telling revelers at the Glastonbury Festival in England that "maybe it's time" to assassinate President Trump.
How do Americans from each region interact with the Bible? A study by Barna Group explores the faith profile of 131 cities to identify the top 10 most Bible-minded cities as well as the least Bible-minded cities in 2017.
A three-judge panel of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of a Mississippi law that protects people who oppose gay marriage on religious grounds from being sued.
The United States on Thursday rejected a United Nations resolution on violence against women over its call for access to abortion.
The United States Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled against a Kansas Catholic woman who claims that she was ordered by police to stop praying in her own home.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a report Thursday regarding issues surrounding American teenagers and sexual activity.
New York Attorney Gen. Eric Schneiderman has filed a federal lawsuit against a coalition of Christian pro-life protesters who've been accused of threatening patients, staff and family members outside of an abortion clinic in New York City for years.
Three years after parting ways with the United Pentecostal Church International, Michael Trosclair, a former senior pastor at Turning Point Church in Theodore, Alabama, was arrested at a bar along with his wife and their infant daughter in tow.
One of the nation's leading sources of information about nonprofit organizations is receiving backlash after it labeled dozens of conservative advocacy groups, many of which advocate for traditional marriage, as "hate groups."
Fourteen felony charges that were filed in California against undercover investigative pro-life activists who exposed Planned Parenthood's selling of fetal body parts to biotech firms and other practices have been dismissed.
Matt Chandler, lead pastor of The Village Church in Flower Mound, Texas, who also serves as president of the Acts 29 Network, said the acquittal last Friday of Minnesota police officer Jeronimo Yanez of all charges in the fatal 2016 shooting of Philando Castile "feels dirty and demonic."
The New York City Police Department has laid out guidelines for how police officers with gender dysphoria can come out to their superiors as transgender and request that they be referred to by their preferred names and pronouns.
In the harrowing moments after her boyfriend, Philando Castile, was shot during a routine traffic stop in Minnesota last summer, a distraught Diamond Reynolds begged Jesus to let him live as her frightened 4-year-old daughter encouraged her to stay calm so she wouldn't get shot too.
The majority of Christians have been wrong about Israel for most of their history, according to a leading Anglican theologian and Israel scholar.
The Department of Education has closed an investigation into Liberty University that was set in motion by a sexual assault claim last fall, citing a lack of jurisdiction.
Bishop International Airport in Flint, Michigan, was evacuated on Wednesday after a police officer was stabbed in the neck in what a U.S. government official familiar with the situation said was being investigated as a possible act of terrorism.
Google executives were asked at a shareholders meeting earlier this month for its parent company, Alphabet, whether or not they consider the feelings of their conservative and more libertarian-minded employees when the company decides to voice left-leaning policy positions.
An unidentified Christian school that allegedly offered to give a raise and provide housing for one of their preschool teachers to stop her from moonlighting as a porn star was forced to fire her this week when she refused to give up her X-rated lifestyle.
The family of Stockdale Family Band member Jacob T. Stockdale, who fatally shot his brother and mother on their family farm in Stark County, Ohio, last Thursday before shooting himself, say they have forgiven him and are praying for his recovery.
Top U.S. Catholic leaders have joined leading evangelicals in condemning the arrests of hundreds of Chaldean Christians across the U.S., as relatives in Detroit continue to protest against immigration authorities.
A new report written by three well-respected medical experts and scholars questions the safety and effectiveness of pressuring young gender-confused children to undergo "radical" and "experimental" puberty-blocking hormone therapy.
The Southern Poverty Law Center has stated that a scholar they labeled "extremist" for purportedly advancing "racist pseudoscience" had a right to speak at a public college where he was violently protested against.