A federal judge said the Itawamba County, Miss., school board violated the rights of Constance McMillen by canceling the high school prom rather than allowing her to attend with her girlfriend. At the same time, the judge did not order the school to reinstate the dance. At the same time, the judge denied an injunction filed by the student asking the court to order Itawamba Agricultural High School to put the prom back on the calendar.
Hundreds of suspects arrested over the recent slaughter of Christians in Nigeria are scheduled to be prosecuted as early as this week.
The Gilbert, Ariz., town council agreed on Monday to amend an ordinance that banned one small church from meeting in homes.
The House on Sunday voted to pass a health care reform bill that pro-life groups say is the biggest expansion of abortion funding since Roe v. Wade.
Persecution watchdogs are setting the record straight regarding the recent slaughter of Christians in Nigeria.
After drawing fire earlier this month for equating social justice with communism, Fox News host Glenn Beck doesn't plan to back away from the polarizing debate.
With the start of March Madness, church leaders are calling out the NCAA and college presidents for promoting alcohol consumption with sports viewing.
Officials at West Shore School District in Pennsylvania have agreed to lift a ban that prevented at least one middle school student from wearing an "Abortion is not Healthcare" T-shirt.
The Tony Blair Faith Foundation launched a global film competition on Thursday in an effort to increase understanding between people of different faiths.
Village of Hope workers on Tuesday launched a public appeal to be reunited with the foster children they were forced to abandon.
Conservative and pro-life groups are mobilizing Americans to make a final stand against a contentious health care bill that is now on the fast track toward a final vote.
After six weeks of being detained in a Haitian jail, Charisa Coulter finally arrived home in Idaho Saturday night.
A Christian legal group filed an appeal this week to fight a ban against a church meeting in homes. The Gilbert, Ariz., church was ordered to stop all activities, including Bible studies, leadership meetings and fellowship.
The Texas State Board of Education voted on Friday to approve new standards for social studies classes. The 11-4 vote was a preliminary approval
By the invitation of a Virginia lawmaker, a controversial Muslim cleric delivered the opening prayer on Thursday at the start of the House of Delegates' session.
A federal appeals court on Thursday upheld the constitutionality of references to God in the Pledge of Allegiance and on national currency.
Atheists and humanists are preparing for what they say will be the biggest gathering of freethinkers in Australia's history. Some Christians are countering the event with creationist seminars and book giveaways.
A World Vision office in Pakistan was attacked by gunmen on Wednesday, leaving at least five staff members dead. The Christian organization said the attack was unprovoked.
Christian volunteers and foster parents at a Moroccan orphanage were forced to abandon dozens of children on Monday after they were accused of proselytizing.
The Oklahoma Senate on Thursday passed a bill that will allow public schools in the state to offer elective courses on the Bible beginning with the 2011-12 school year.
Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman (I-Conn.) introduced legislation in the Senate on Wednesday to repeal the "don't ask, don't tell" policy.
A Christian conservative lost his seat on the Texas State Board of Education in a closely-watched race.
Chief Justice John Roberts on Tuesday denied a last-minute request by traditional marriage supporters to stop Washington, D.C.'s same-sex marriage law from taking effect.
Traditional marriage supporters are making a last minute effort to stop Washington, D.C.'s new same-sex marriage law from taking effect on Wednesday.
A bill in Utah that would criminalize illegal abortions currently awaits the signature or veto of Gov. Gary R. Herbert.