More than 100 religious organizations are urging members of Congress to reject pending legislation that would prohibit them from considering religion when hiring.
World Vision can hire based on religious beliefs, a federal appeals court ruled Monday. Applauding the ruling, World Vision said it "will continue to vigorously defend our organization's freedom to hire employees who share our faith."
A federal judge on Monday blocked President Obama's embryonic stem cell research policy, concluding that it violates a ban on federal funds being used in the destruction of human embryos.
The Creation Museum issued a response this week refuting much of the critiques that were made in a recent LiveScience article, including the claim that non-Christians are unwelcome.
A regulator for charities in England has rejected a Catholic agency's bid to limit its adoption services to heterosexual prospective parents.
More than half of U.S. voters believe abortion is morally wrong most of the time, a new report shows. At the same time, nearly half (49 percent) say they are pro-choice
Months into an emotionally-charged debate surrounding the planned mosque and community center near the site of the 9/11 attacks, President Obama declared his support Friday night for the Muslim house of worship.
A Christian author filed a lawsuit against a public library after being denied access to a meeting room for a discussion on her evangelism book.
A group of religious and interfaith leaders issued a statement Wednesday, denouncing the "xenophobia and religious bigotry" behind arguments against the proposed mosque near the 9/11 site.
A group of conservative congressmen and women submitted on Tuesday a resolution stating that the federal judge's decision to strike down California's Proposition 8 is wrong.
Socially liberal Muslims are urging the imam behind the controversial Ground Zero mosque to abandon the project. "The idea behind the Ground Zero mosque is meant to be a deliberate provocation to thumb our noses at the infidel"
The 10 aid workers who were massacred allegedly by the Taliban in Afghanistan were part of International Assistance Mission, the group confirmed Monday.
Nearly two months after being diagnosed with cancer and undergoing chemotherapy, famed atheist Christopher Hitchens has lost much of his hair but his unbelief remains intact.
A conservative group is preparing legal action to challenge a vote on Tuesday that cleared the way for a mosque to be built near the site of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Over 200 physicians who served soldiers in the U.S. military are asking senators to resist efforts to allow abortions at military hospitals.
With New York set to become the final state in the U.S. to allow no-fault divorces, conservative groups are urging the state governor not to give the green light.
A young robber went into a South Florida cell phone store hoping to come out with some cash until he was dissuaded by a talk about Jesus.
Attorneys with a Christian legal firm have urged mayors in South Carolina and Florida not to give in to the demands of atheists by removing Christian invocations from their council meetings.
An Augusta State University student filed suit Wednesday after she was told to change her Christian beliefs or otherwise be expelled from the school's graduate counseling program.
The Wichita City Council in Kansas will continue having invocations before each meeting despite protests by a group of humanists.
A Senate panel voted Tuesday to send the Supreme Court nomination of Elena Kagan to the full Senate for confirmation.
Christians and conservative groups in Washington are determined to take the gay marriage issue to the U.S. Supreme Court after their appeal to let the people vote on the matter was rejected.
A letter was sent by the Alliance Defense Fund on Thursday on behalf of a Wickenburg, Ariz., teacher who was prohibited by a Supreme Court police officer in May from praying with her students on the steps of the court.
Conservative media watchdogs gave mixed reactions to Tuesday's federal appeals court ruling that struck down the Federal Communications Commission's indecency policy.
In response to a proposed mosque blocks from ground zero, controversial televangelist Bill Keller announced on Tuesday that he plans to open a Christian center nearby.