Some 10,000 people joined a first-of-its-kind Web event over the weekend that was focused on educating the public on how to end abortion.
Attorneys are challenging a proposed policy revision by the North Carolina Bar Association that would prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
Prominent conservative and family groups filed an amicus brief Wednesday against an earlier court ruling that deemed the National Day of Prayer unconstitutional.
The Justice Department filed a lawsuit Tuesday challenging Arizona's new immigration law. The state law unconstitutionally interferes with the federal government's authority to set and enforce immigration policy, the suit states.
International relief organization Samaritan's Purse has committed to construct 7,500 shelters for victims still without homes, six months after the massive earthquake in Haiti.
Spain's more liberal abortion law went into effect Monday amid protests by pro-life groups.
A federal appeals court ruled against two school principals in Plano, Texas, who prohibited students from handing out candy cane pens and other materials that contained short Christian messages.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a state constitutional amendment that affirms traditional marriage and bans same-sex civil unions.
School officials in Provincetown, Mass., recently adopted a policy to make condoms available to elementary and high school students beginning this fall.
A coalition of humanist and nontheist groups has brought what they call a "patriotic message" to North Carolinians: "One Nation Indivisible."
Closing arguments in the lawsuit against California's same-sex marriage ban are being heard Wednesday. Proponents of Proposition 8 say the decision made by California voters in 2008 to uphold traditional marriage should be respected.
With America seeing huge attacks against the Christian faith, one congressman is not sitting idly by and allowing Christianity to be pushed out of the public square.
Florida Gov. Charlie Crist on Friday vetoed what some called one of the strongest pro-life measures in the state's history.
Just days after voting not to appeal a federal judge's ruling barring two high schools from holding graduations at a church, the Enfield board reconvened for a re-vote and chose to rescind its previous action.
An amended complaint was filed Monday in a lawsuit against a NASA laboratory in California on behalf of an employee who was demoted for discussing his beliefs about intelligent design.
The board of education in Enfield, Conn., voted Thursday against appealing a federal judge's ruling barring two high schools from holding graduations at a church.
Around two in five never-married female and male teenagers have had sex, a newly released study shows.
Two Enfield, Conn., schools have been prohibited by a federal judge from holding their 2010 graduations inside a church.
A cross similar to the one that was stolen nearly two weeks ago was mysteriously erected in the Mojave National Preserve but quickly removed after authorities said it was illegal.
Charges were dropped against a U.K. street preacher who was arrested for saying homosexuality is a sin.
A delegation of evangelical church leaders visiting Morocco urged Rep. Frank Wolf on Friday to postpone hearings on the recent expulsion of Christians.
A Knoxville, Tenn., parent who recently lost a six-month battle to remove a "biased" biology textbook from schools has no plans of raising the white flag.
A majority of U.S. voters expect Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan to be confirmed by the Senate, a new poll shows. But only a third said she should become the next justice.
A Reformed Christian college in Holland, Mich., on Friday rejected petitions by gay rights advocates and alumni to drop its policy on homosexuality.
A federal appeals court on Friday upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit that challenged prayers and religious elements in presidential inaugurations, including President Obama's in 2009.