A month after his prayer was rejected by the state House, the Rev. Gerry Stoltzfoos was allowed to pray in Jesus' name before the Pennsylvania Senate on Wednesday.
The Internal Revenue Service closed its investigation of a Minnesota pastor who advised congregants in a sermon last year not to vote for Barack Obama. The examination was closed due to a procedural problem.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted Tuesday to support the nomination of Sonia Sotomayor for the nation's highest court. The committee voted largely along party lines
Same-sex marriage advocates are debating whether to try and overturn California's constitutional amendment defining marriage as between a man and a woman next year or wait until at least 2012.
A former high school wrestling coach filed a federal lawsuit Monday against a Dearborn, Mich., high school and its Muslim principal a year after being fired.
The U.S. House on Friday rejected an amendment that sought to strip Planned Parenthood of taxpayer funding. The Pence Amendment was voted down 247 to 183.
Opposition against the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor has been spelled out on paper by 156 conservative and constitutional cause leaders and citizens.
In conjunction with the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission to the moon, a pro-life group released a new ad with the support of retired astronauts.
As House Democrats speed toward unveiling their health care reform package, conservatives are actively campaigning against letting it slip by with abortion coverage.
In their first meeting Friday, President Barack Obama and Pope Benedict XVI touched on the ethics of abortion and stem cells. The pontiff offered Obama a copy of a document titled "An Instruction on Certain Bioethical Questions."
Public school officials in Spencer, Iowa, have proposed a policy that would offer students elective classes on the Bible and on arguments against the theory of evolution.
Same-sex marriages performed in other states and countries are now recognized in the nation's capital. The bill became law after a failed attempt by conservatives, including ministers, to receive approval for a referendum.
Pro-lifers in Colorado and Montana recently launched ballot initiatives to protect the unborn in their state and lay a stepping stone to someday overturn Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court ruling that legalized abortion.
The anti-abortion activist charged with killing late-term abortion doctor George Tiller has been communicating from his jail cell that such killings are justifiable.
Creation proponents are distributing thousands of creationist materials and Darwin Bibles to attendees at the National Education Association's annual meeting in San Diego this week.
Conservative groups suffered another blow Tuesday when a D.C. Superior Court judge ruled against allowing the issue of same-sex marriage recognition to go to voters in the District.
President Barack Obama reiterated his pro-gay pledges to the homosexual community during a White House reception Monday. Obama vowed again to overturn the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy and to repeal the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
A pro-life group's national headquarters in Wichita, Kansas, was attacked on Friday by an unidentified suspect who remains at large.
Attorney General Eric Holder urged Congress on Thursday to expand federal protections to gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transsexuals, a move conservatives say would criminalize those who simply speak against homosexuality.
A federal appeals court upheld Virginia's ban on partial-birth abortion, reversing an earlier ruling that had declared it unconstitutional. "A partially born child is among the weakest, most helpless beings in our midst"
The Senate recently blocked a resolution that condemns violence against abortion providers. Pro-life groups contend that the language does not stop at only decrying violence but goes further to pay tribute to abortion providers and their services.
A Christian ministry is no longer banned from gathering in Antioch Branch Library's public meeting rooms.
Former Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee and late night host Jon Stewart faced off for the second time over another heated topic – abortion, or the pro-life issue, as Huckabee preferred to call it.
The D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics rejected a proposal to allow voters to decide on whether the District should recognize same-sex marriages performed elsewhere.
Pastors and other traditional marriage advocates made arguments on Wednesday in support of allowing voters in Washington, D.C., to decide on whether to recognize same-sex marriages performed elsewhere.