A church in the Northeastern African nation of Algeria has been closed down after authorities claimed that the church building was being used to print Bibles and other Christian materials.
Massachusetts became the first state in the nation to mandate birth control coverage in the wake of the Trump administration's move last month to provide religious employers a broader exemption to an Obamacare mandate requiring contraception coverage for employees.
The nation's largest secular legal organization is now pressuring a Georgia public school district to force a high school band director to change the theme of the band's performances because they have a biblical theme.
Thirteen Christians were detained and taken to a police station in China's Guangdong province earlier this month after authorities raided their Sunday morning worship service.
An Iraqi Christian man who fled his hometown due to the rise of the Islamic State in 2014 says circumstances have gotten "even worse" for him and his Christian brothers and sisters following the liberation of Mosul and the surrounding Nineveh Plains.
A high-ranking U.S. State Department official has demanded that the Sudanese government put an end to the systematic confiscation and demolition of churches and mosques.
Administrators in a Tennessee town are thinking about altering a city ordinance that critics say infringes upon individuals' First Amendment rights after a Christian street preacher claims he was prevented from evangelizing on a public sidewalk.
The man responsible for the blasphemy accusation against the jailed former Christian governor of Indonesia's capital has been sentenced to 18 months in prison after he was found guilty of doctoring video of the politician speaking in September 2016.
A school district in Oklahoma is investigating a high school football coach after the nation's largest secular legal organization voiced concern that the coach was seen praying with his student athletes before a Nov. 3 game.
The conservative news website Newsmax.com has released a list of 100 most influential evangelicals in America, which consists of many of the biggest names in evangelical Christianity and a few surprises.
Congressional Democrats are speaking out after sexual misconduct allegations were lodged against Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., with many condemning the liberal lawmaker but stopping short of saying he should resign.
A history professor at a university in California instructed her students to use gender-neutral language when writing their research reports and warned them not to use certain gender-specific language and pronouns.
A pastor who headed the Department of Homeland Security's Center for Faith-Based & Neighborhood Partnerships in the Trump administration has resigned after it emerged that he made questionable remarks about African-Americans and Islam while speaking on the radio in years prior to his appointment.
Alabama's Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore has been the center of national attention this past week as several sexual misconduct allegations have been lodged against him and have caused a number of prominent conservatives to question his candidacy.
The athletic association that governs most of New Jersey's high school sports has updated its policy to allow biological male students to play on girls sports teams and vice versa without having to provide proof or some sort of documentation of their gender dysphoria.
Hillsong Church Senior Pastor Brian Houston has assured that his beliefs in support of the traditional Christian definition of marriage "will not change" even though voters in Australia have voted to legalize same-sex marriage.
About 250 children from the Caribbean island of Barbuda, whose homes were destroyed by Hurricane Irma in September, have received early Christmas presents, delivered to them by a Texas pastor and his wife whose own home was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey in August.
Sixth graders at a school in Virginia were given an assignment that a concerned parent says contains inappropriate questions about extramarital and adulterous relationships.
The Department of Defense has announced that it will pay for an active-duty service member's gender reassignment surgery, marking the first time since the Obama administration opened the door for transgender individuals to openly serve in the United States military that the Pentagon will pay for such a procedure.
The congressionally-mandated United States Commission on International Religious Freedom voiced its displeasure after the U.S. State Department missed a key deadline on Tuesday.
As the new Museum of the Bible is set to open on Saturday in the nation's capital, journalists and donors were invited to take a sneak peak of the new $500 million institution on Tuesday.
A Christian math teacher in the United Kingdom has been removed from the classroom for referring to a biologically female transgender student as a girl.
Lawyers from the American Civil Liberties Union and the Alliance Defending Freedom squared off in a debate Monday night, offering the American public a sample of what to expect next month as the United States Supreme Court hears a Colorado Christian baker's appeal seeking the right to refuse to bake gay wedding cakes.
A high school football coach in Georgia who recently found himself at the center of a prayer controversy has assured that he and his coaching staff have not been banned from being with their players during team prayers.
Five Christian families who lived in a village about 120 miles outside of Lahore were forced to flee their homes after a teenage son of one of the families was falsely accused of blaspheming against Islam, a crime that can be punishable by death in the majority-Muslim country.