A Florida church has recreated the famous Leonardo da Vinci painting "The Last Supper" out of more than 78,000 Legos.
A key organizer of the Women's March on Washington has been accused of misdirecting donations to help people affected by Hurricane Harvey to a political activist group.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has called for the prosecution of violent members of the left-wing activist group Antifa amid repeated calls for Democratic members of Congress to speak against them.
Pastors Network Pres: Jim Bakker Is Wrong, Christians Won't Start 'Civil War' Over Trump Impeachment
The head of a conservative Christian pastors organization has taken issue with controversial televangelist Jim Bakker's remarks that an impeachment of President Donald Trump would lead to civil war.
Students at a university in New Zealand have voted in an online referendum to disaffiliate a pro-life student group, stripping the organization of its official recognition.
A movie centered on the life of a woman who left the controversial Kansas-based hate group Westboro Baptist Church is in production.
The Catholic League announced its opposition to a California anti-discrimination bill that if enacted would prevent employers from firing or disciplining an employee who has an abortion.
Evangelical scholar and former member of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom Michael Cromartie has died of cancer. He was 67.
A trio of Pennsylvania churches have distributed approximately 1,500 signs with the Ten Commandments in response to the removal of a Decalogue display from a regional high school.
President Donald Trump signed an official guidance last Friday that prohibits transgender individuals from serving in the United States military. Here are five things to know about the new guidance.
The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit against the Trump Administration over the recent guidance banning transgender individuals from military service.
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A California judge has refused to dismiss 14 counts against two pro-life activists involved in a series of undercover videos meant to show Planned Parenthood engaging in illegal activities.
A private Christian school in Florida has kicked out a student who was seen in a Confederate uniform supporting the Robert E. Lee statue in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The University of Missouri has experienced a severe drop in enrollment over the past two years, with some attributing it to the school's 2015 radical protests.
While many people responded to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, by denouncing the views of white supremacists and rejecting their racist chants by holding peaceful vigils and counter-demonstrations, others reacted by destroying property, and calling for President Trump's assassination.
A three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled against a Washington state public high school coach who was suspended from his job for praying with players after football games.
Calif. Bill Seeks to Punish Nursing Home Workers Who Use Wrong Gender Pronouns for Transgender Patients
California's legislature is considering a bill that would punish nursing home workers who fail to use the chosen gender pronouns of a transgender resident.
D. James Kennedy Ministries has filed a lawsuit against Amazon, Guidestar, and the Southern Poverty Law Center, citing defamation and religious discrimination.
Australia's Catholic Church recently released a statement seeking to clarify an earlier claim that they will fire any staff who has a same-sex wedding if the nation legalizes gay marriage.
Conservative Groups File Brief for Christian Grandmother Florist Sued for Refusing to Serve Gay Wedding
A pair of socially conservative organizations have filed an amicus brief to the United States Supreme Court on behalf of a Christian grandmother and florist sued for refusing to service a gay wedding.
Former Southern Baptist Convention head Pastor Ronnie Floyd has been chosen to be the new president of the Colorado Springs, Colorado-based National Day of Prayer.
Some alumni of the Virginia-based evangelical Liberty University are planning to return their diplomas due to school president Jerry Falwell, Jr.'s support for President Donald Trump.
A diverse group of 62 pastors from the Lincoln, Nebraska, area have signed a statement calling white supremacy and Neo-Nazism "blatantly sinful."
More than 160,000 people have signed a petition on the White House petition website calling for the federal government to officially designate the activist group Antifa as a terrorist organization.