The Senate on Saturday approved repealing the "don't ask, don't tell" policy that bans homosexuals from serving openly in the military.
Federal Reserve officials reversed on Friday a ban on religious symbols, allowing a bank in Perkins, Okla., to restore Christian displays.
The Fort Worth Transportation Authority, or The T, adopted a policy Wednesday night that bans buses from carrying religious ads.
The House passed on Wednesday a bill to end the ban against gays and lesbians serving openly in the military. Conservatives have denounced the attempt to ram through a repeal of the 1993 policy in the lame-duck session.
A Protestant pastor and human rights activist in Vietnam was beaten unconscious Tuesday morning by Ho Chi Minh City officials. His Bible school was also bulldozed
Iraqi Christians gathered in Our Lady of Salvation church Friday morning to remember the dozens of worshippers who died there 40 days ago. The morning mass followed an evening of prayers
After a six-year battle, pro-lifers are celebrating the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission's decision to approve "Choose Life" license plates.
A human rights group has called on the Supreme Court of Iran to immediately reverse the death sentence of a Christian pastor. His lawyer also filed an objection to the sentence with the high court on Sunday.
A week after atheists rolled out their "Good without God" bus ads in Fort Worth, a blue mobile billboard truck appeared in the city declaring an entirely different message.
Attorneys on both sides of the Proposition 8 debate are heading back to court on Monday to make arguments before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Iraq's Christian minority took another hit Sunday evening when gunmen shot and killed an elderly Christian couple in their home.
An Oklahoma amendment that bans state judges from consulting Islamic law has been blocked from going into effect.
Protestants are more likely to support than oppose gays serving openly in the military, the latest survey on "don't ask, don't tell" reveals.
The Pakistani government was barred on Monday by the country's high court from pardoning a Christian woman sentenced to death for alleged blasphemy.
The United States and South Korea began naval exercises off the west coast of the peninsula Sunday to send a clear message to North Korea that its aggressive actions must stop.
Atheist campaigner Christopher Hitchens and former British prime minister Tony Blair went head to head Friday in an anticipated debate about whether religion is a force for good in the world.
Nearly one month after one of the deadliest attacks against Iraqi Christians, Iraq made its first arrests, an interior ministry official said Saturday.
President Barack Obama issued on Tuesday the annual Thanksgiving Day proclamation, asking Americans to rejoice in the gifts of a gracious God.
Church leaders in South Korea have asked for prayers after North Korea fired dozens of artillery shells on Tuesday, killing two South Korean marines and injuring more than a dozen people.
The Montana Supreme Court on Friday ruled 6-1 in favor of a valedictorian who was barred from mentioning God or Christ in her graduation speech.
The decision on Friday by a three-judge panel dealt another blow to atheists who have made several attempts to strike down the pledge and the inclusion of the words "under God" as unconstitutional.
Cholera has claimed nearly 1,000 deaths in Haiti, the government reported Sunday. The outbreak continues to devastate the Caribbean nation that is still recovering from the 7.0-magnitude earthquake from early this year.
Burma's pro-democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, was released from house arrest on Saturday. Her release comes a week after the country's general election, which the international community considers a sham.
A federal judge on Monday placed a temporary block on an Oklahoma amendment that bans state judges from consulting Sharia law.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development recently dismissed a civil rights complaint that charged a woman seeking a Christian roommate of housing discrimination.