The New Hampshire House of Representatives on Wednesday rejected a bill that would tightly regulate homsechooling. The House voted 324-34 against changes to the current law.
The Texas State Board of Education on Wednesday begins hearing testimonies regarding proposed revisions to the social studies curriculum.
Prosecutors against the accused killer of abortion provider Dr. George Tiller filed on Monday a motion in an attempt to keep abortion out of the trial. The trial of Scott Roeder was delayed to Wednesday.
Christian leaders are urging Americans to celebrate and promote religious liberty on Religious Freedom Sunday.
The latest discovery of fossilized footprints made by four-legged vertebrates overthrows the evolutionary model for how land animals first emerged, says a biochemist.
A Southern Baptist pastor has launched a media blitz to expose what he calls the delusion of those who believe in the 2012 apocalypse.
A recent report that an ornament adorned with the face of a Chinese communist leader is hanging on a Christmas tree in the White House has troubled some Christians.
A New York school district is bringing Christmas back to its schools after reversing an earlier decision to ban Christmas programs from school events.
Spare kids the ads, says an interfaith coalition in a campaign launched Wednesday. The appeal is targeted toward food and media companies that sell and market candy, fast food and soda at a time when childhood obesity is a national epidemic.
The Washington D.C. City Council voted Tuesday to legalize same-sex marriage in the District. Mayor Adrian M. Fenty has promised to sign the bill.
New undercover video footage by a pro-life advocacy group exposes staff at a Planned Parenthood clinic providing false information to a woman seeking abortion.
A middle school teacher who was fired last year for allegedly teaching his Christian beliefs in the classroom gave his testimony on Thursday.
The 20-year court battle over the constitutionality of the Mount Soledad Veterans Memorial continued Thursday as the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments.
The Senate on Tuesday rejected an amendment that would ban federal funding of abortion under the health care bill. Pro-life groups were swift to denounce the action, saying, "The vote reflects a callous disregard for the protection of innocent human life."
ComStar Media, co-founded by Dr. Robert A. Schuller, announced on Tuesday that it has acquired two family entertainment companies.
The Discovery Institute, an intelligent design think tank, has filed a petition against the California Science Center for refusing to disclose certain public documents.
Washington, D.C.-based Family Research Council released on Wednesday a new study detailing the effects of pornography on marriages, children and individuals.
Officials at the New Jersey State Prison have agreed to allow a Christian inmate to preach to fellow prisoners regularly.
Planned Parenthood recently dropped its lawsuit against a former employee who quit after she "had a change of heart" on the issue of abortion.
To put Christmas back into the holiday season, tens of thousands of Christians will be wearing buttons that read, "It's OK, Wish Me A Merry Christmas."
One million more copies of a special pro-Intelligent Design edition of On the Origin of Species will be given away to college students, Ray Comfort announced.
The American Civil Liberties Union and Americans United for Separation of Church and State have threatened to sue Enfield Public Schools if their graduation ceremonies are not moved out of a church.
Ministry leader Ray Comfort surprised college students and atheists throughout the country on Wednesday when his planned giveaway of On the Origin of Species came one day early.
Recent polls reveal that the majority of Americans oppose federal funding for health care plans that pay for abortions.
The D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics ruled Tuesday not to take same-sex marriage to the ballot for a vote by the people.