A 21-year-old North Carolina man who was sentenced to life in prison for plotting a terrorist attack was planning to unveil the "Islamic State of North America" by carrying out an attack that could have killed hundreds of innocent people, court records indicate.
The conservative Christian legal nonprofit Liberty Counsel has filed a lawsuit against GuideStar USA for applying the Southern Poverty Law Center's "hate group" label to the organization's profile on GuideStar.org, a leading charity information website.
President Donald Trump's attorney and prominent Christian conservative lawyer Jay Sekulow is now being investigated by top lawyers in two states after a report surfaced this week claiming that millions of dollars were steered from his Christian nonprofit to himself, family members and related entities.
Human rights groups have reported that the number of Christians arrested in the Eastern African nation of Eritrea since the government began its most recent crackdown against Christians in May has reached at least 160.
The prestigious Yale University has sued the state of Connecticut in hopes that it will be granted relief from a state policy preventing it from categorizing all single occupancy restrooms on its campus as gender neutral.
Islamic militants in the Philippines who are affiliated with ISIS have desecrated a Catholic church last week when 300 radicals attacked the village of Malagakit on the island of Mindanao.
The issue of India's discriminatory Hindu caste system in which hundreds of millions of people are oppressed second-class citizens is now "occupying center space" in India's national politics as two politicians from India's lowest caste have been nominated to be the nation's president.
The Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation pressured a North Carolina Sheriff's office to make changes to a prayer event scheduled to be held on its premises that featured Billy Graham's daughter and evangelist Anne Graham Lotz.
The United States Supreme Court on Monday decided to let a limited version of President Donald Trump's travel ban go into effect and Christian leaders within the refugee resettlement community have expressed concern.
A public school district in Kansas has assured an atheist group that an inspiring moment when its boys basketball team came together at mid-court to pray with the opposing team will "never happen again" after receiving a warning letter threatening a potential lawsuit.
Former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord George Carey resigned from his role in the church in light of an independent report showing that he and the Church of England colluded to cover up the sex offenses of Bishop Peter Ball.
Military chiefs have reportedly requested a six-month delay for implementing an Obama-era policy that would allow openly transgender Americans to enlist in the armed services.
The United States Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled against a Kansas Catholic woman who claims that she was ordered by police to stop praying in her own home.
Pakistan officials say a South Korean national who it accuses of using a business visa to preach the Gospel inside of the Islamic republic has been has expelled from the country.
New York Attorney Gen. Eric Schneiderman has filed a federal lawsuit against a coalition of Christian pro-life protesters who've been accused of threatening patients, staff and family members outside of an abortion clinic in New York City for years.
One of the nation's leading sources of information about nonprofit organizations is receiving backlash after it labeled dozens of conservative advocacy groups, many of which advocate for traditional marriage, as "hate groups."
The New York City Police Department has laid out guidelines for how police officers with gender dysphoria can come out to their superiors as transgender and request that they be referred to by their preferred names and pronouns.
Trump Admin. Transgender Student Pronoun Policy Is 'Compelled Speech Violation,' Liberty Counsel Says
A leading conservative Christian legal group committed to defending religious liberty has spoken out against a memo issued by the Trump administration this month that lays out certain reasons why schools could be investigated for discrimination against transgender students.
Sixty Christian leaders from across the the theological spectrum have signed onto a statement condemning President Donald Trump's budget proposal and have expressed concern over proposed cuts to federal welfare programs that they say help the United States' "most vulnerable" people.
Google executives were asked at a shareholders meeting earlier this month for its parent company, Alphabet, whether or not they consider the feelings of their conservative and more libertarian-minded employees when the company decides to voice left-leaning policy positions.
Authorities in Egypt raided a church-owned building that was being used by a local Coptic Christian community for worship and chained down the doors so that Christians could no longer enter the building.
A new report written by three well-respected medical experts and scholars questions the safety and effectiveness of pressuring young gender-confused children to undergo "radical" and "experimental" puberty-blocking hormone therapy.
Leading Southern Baptist ethicist Russell Moore, apologist Ravi Zacharias and nearly 100 other Christian leaders have signed onto a declaration that calls for restorative criminal justice reform in the United States and urges Christians to unite in opposition to the nation's "misguided response to crime."
Otto Warmbier, the University of Virginia student who was imprisoned by North Korea for over 17 months and was released last week while in a coma, has died, his family announced Monday.
Attorney Gen. Jeff Sessions has defended his controversial sentencing memorandum in an op-ed published Sunday that accuses Obama-era leniency on drug crimes of fostering an increase in drug abuse and violent crimes in the United States.