Conservative voters and family groups were able to secure a victory Tuesday with the removal of three State Supreme Court justices who legalized gay marriage.
Colorado voters on Tuesday rejected what was said to be the nation's only pro-life amendment. Personhood Amendment 62, which would have given human rights to the unborn, was defeated by a nearly 3-to-1 margin.
The King City Council in North Carolina on Monday voted unanimously to develop a limited public forum policy in the wake of the Christian flag controversy at a veterans memorial.
A Christian couple in England has made several attempts to provide foster care to children but has been blocked because of their views on homosexuality.
President Obama laid out his stance on same-sex marriage and the hotly debated "don't ask, don't tell" policy on Wednesday during a meeting with five popular progressive bloggers at the White House.
The student, identified as J.S., and his mother, Katharine Smith, filed suit in 2009 against Holly Area Schools after he tried to distribute invitations to a youth summer camp held at Cornerstone Church in Highland, Mich.
A group dedicated to promoting ethics in government and public life has asked the Internal Revenue Service to investigate whether voter guides distributed by a Christian nonprofit violate federal tax code.
A Texas district court judge on Monday granted a temporary restraining order in favor of a 16-year-old girl whose parents tried to force her to have an abortion.
A 31-year-old woman who placed an ad for a Christian roommate on her church bulletin board has been charged with housing discrimination. Her attorney called the civil rights complaint absurd and asked for immediate dismissal.
An Illinois law mandating a period of silence in public schools does not advance or inhibit religion and is therefore constitutional, a federal appeals court ruled Friday.
Texas' state pledge, which includes the words "under God," does not violate the constitution, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday.
The last of the 33 miners who were trapped underground for over two months was pulled out to safety Wednesday evening.
Conservatives are calling on the Obama administration to appeal a federal judge's decision that the military must halt the enforcement of the "don't ask, don't tell" policy.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department has issued a new legal bulletin, advising officers not to prohibit street preaching or the distribution of leaflets.
"This is a victory for the men and women who serve our nation in uniform," said Family Research Council President Tony Perkins. "At least for now they will not be used to advance a radical social agenda."
Christians across the globe have called for bold new plans and real progress on the Millennium Development Goals as world leaders meet this week in New York.
Wheaton College inaugurated Dr. Philip Graham Ryken as its newest president on Friday.
With millions more added to the ranks of the poor last year, political leaders have been urged to recognize that their greatest responsibility is to the poor and not the middle class.
The "don't ask, don't tell" policy infringes the fundamental rights of United States servicemembers and is unconstitutional, a federal judge ruled Thursday.
The head of a global church body sent a message Thursday to negotiators of the Middle East peace talks in Washington to stress the concerns of Palestinian Christians.
In the days following the highly publicized Glenn Beck rally, conservative Christians have come out expressing their concern not over Beck himself, but over the apparent confusion among Christ followers.
A Texas appeals court ruled Tuesday that a same-sex couple cannot get a divorce since the state does not recognize gay marriage.
Rather than move the mosque further away from the site of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York City, the chairwoman of the city's community board has suggested adding an interfaith component to help heal the divide.
Former President Jimmy Carter has helped free a U.S. Christian who was detained for the past seven months in North Korea. The two are expected to return to Boston, Mass., Friday afternoon.
A group of religious and civil rights groups and family members of 9/11 victims announced on Wednesday the formation of a new coalition in support of an Islamic community center and mosque near ground zero.