The American Center for Law and Justice has filed a legal response to a lawsuit that opposes religious engravings in the Capitol Visitor Center in Washington.
More than 75,000 Americans have joined an online movement seeking the revocation of tax-exempt status from churches that were involved in the repeal of Maine's gay marriage law.
South Carolina's "I Believe" license plate that features an image of a cross in front of a stained glass window has been ruled unconstitutional.
Americans across the country are honoring military veterans on Wednesday with local events and church services. The observance, however, comes with a somber note this year
The majority of voters in Maine rejected a law on Tuesday that allowed gay and lesbian couples to wed.
Organizers of a national pro-life campaign that concluded this past weekend say "the abortion industry is starting to squirm."
In the days leading up to the highly publicized vote on a Maine gay marriage law, citizens are being called to respect one another's First Amendment rights.
Trevor Keezer, who wore a "One nation under God ... indivisible" button for over a year, was let go last week for violating the company's dress code.
The D.C. Council heard testimonies on Monday from residents hoping to either legalize same-sex marriage in the nation's capital or ban it. One witness accused the council of making a mockery of democracy.
An abortion law in Oklahoma that would require women seeking abortions to disclose such information as their relationship with the baby's father and the reason for the abortion has been put on hold.
"A million New Yorkers are good without God," according to one atheist group. Those words will be plastered in a dozen subway stations in the most populous city in the country
Religious groups are urging Americans to take a stand against violence in media, particularly hate speech against immigrants, by taking part in a weeklong media fast.
The ban on Bible verse banners at a Georgia high school's football games was upheld by the Catoosa County Board of Education Tuesday night.
A federal judge rejected on Wednesday a request to throw out a lawsuit challenging Proposition 8, California's amendment banning same-sex marriage.
President Obama's speech this past weekend made it "abundantly clear" that America is looking at "a new era for civil rights for LGBT people," said one gay rights advocate.
Support for same-sex civil unions is on the rise with nearly three in five Americans currently favoring it. Last year 54 percent favored it, and six years ago only 45 percent supported it.
The House voted Thursday in favor of expanding hate crimes protection to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people. The bill was attached to the 2010 Defense Authorization bill.
A Christian legal firm filed suit Wednesday on behalf of two Christian men who were arrested for witnessing on the streets. Mark Frost and Jayson Gardner were charged last year under a N.H. law against "unreasonable or loud" noise.
Churches are buying hundreds of tickets to get their flocks and unchurched friends to see the newly released "Lord, Save Us From Your Followers." The documentary explores the question "Why is the gospel of love dividing America?"
A married gay couple's divorce case has made Texas another battleground for marriage. Though the couple, who married in Massachusetts, is simply seeking a divorce, their case became politicized with same-sex marriage advocates and opponents entering the debate.
Traditional marriage supporters who led California's campaign to ban same-sex marriage have been ordered by a federal judge to turn over their private e-mails, memos and other internal documents to lawyers seeking to overturn the ban.
The Lodi City Council voted unanimously on Wednesday to allow prayers to be said in Jesus' name before council meetings.
Hundreds of people joined a rally Tuesday night to support Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School cheerleaders and their right to paint Bible verses on banners.
More than 350 schools in 43 states have implemented courses on the Bible for the 2009-2010 academic year, a new report reveals.
The church has fallen into a therapeutic model, says one prominent evangelical. In an interview with Time magazine, Chuck Colson denounced the "feel-good kind of Christianity" he sees being promoted in churches.