A police station in Wisconsin has removed a "Police Officer's Prayer" display after the nation's largest secular legal organization filed a complaint that argued that such a display makes non-Christians feel like "outsiders in their own community."
Three homes were burned and eight Christians were injured when a Muslim mob attacked a Christian community in the town of Kom el-Loufy in Upper Egypt while on their way home from a prayer gathering, a leading persecution watchdog has reported.
A Pakistani Christian mother of three who was abducted, raped, and forced into an Islamic marriage over two years ago has finally won her freedom after a court granted her a divorce from the man whom she was forced to marry.
Young Muslims across Jordan stood guard to protect churches on Easter Sunday so that Christians could celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ in peace.
Mariam Ibraheem, the Sudanese Christian mother who was sentenced to death in 2014, says she's "disappointed" by Pastor Saeed Abedini's public "attacks" against leading evangelist Franklin Graham, church leaders, his ex-wife and others.
A Muslim professor at a Florida liberal arts college has resigned following a controversy involving a Christian student who claimed he was suspended for voicing disapproval with statements she made in class and a grade he received on a paper.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has instructed the state government to allow funding associated with a secular playground aid program to be awarded to religious organizations, a move that relates to a case that will be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court on April 19.
Every member of Gordon College's faculty senate resigned from their senatorship last week in what is being labeled as a show of solidarity for a professor who claims that she was denied a promotion because of her criticisms about the school's policy on homosexuality.
Students at a public high school in Mississippi handed out Bibles to their classmates on Thursday after school officials had previously prevented the Christian student group from doing so last month.
A 7-year-old Ohio boy who was taken away from his family by child protective services after his parents refused his school's demand to get him mentally evaluated has returned home after a court hearing on Wednesday, his parents have said.
A Republican senator has told President Donald Trump that the Department of Education must remove from its website a "shame list" of faith-based colleges that have asked for an exemption to Title IX discrimination law that was first published last year by the Barack Obama administration.
Two former Los Angeles area prosecutors have said that California's attorney general was wrong to charge pro-life activist David Daleiden and his associate with 15 felony charges for their undercover work that exposed Planned Parenthood's illegal aborted baby body parts reimbursement practices.
Some evangelicals left their church due to politics after last year's heated presidential election, but in unexpected ways.
Although Christian professional athletes today are not afraid to share their faith with the world, Philadelphia Phillies great Mike Schmidt explained last week that professional baseball players back in the '60s and '70s were much more hesitant to come out as Christians because of the negative stigma associated with faith in MLB clubhouses.
A congregation in Kentucky could soon be evicted from its church building by its regional Presbyterian Church (USA) governing body after the congregation voiced disapproval with the denomination's decision to recognize and allow gay marriage.
The dead bodies of over 1,600 people have been discovered in 31 different mass graves in the predominantly Yazidi town of Sinjar in northern Iraq, the town's mayor said.
A Florida middle school teacher has been fired after she assigned her students a questionnaire that asked a number of "inappropriate" questions about race, sexuality, religion and culture.
The Islamic State terror group has executed over 140 civilians who tried to escape jihadi-held territory in western Mosul, the Kurdish Regional Security Council has said.
The nation's leading secularist legal organization is pressuring the University of Mississippi to ban its head football coach, Hugh Freeze, from using his Twitter account to write about his Christian faith and God.
Speaking at the annual Women in the World Summit in New York City last Friday, a Yazidi human rights Iraqi activist shared horrifying details about how a friend she grew up with and her unborn daughter were victimized by Islamic State militants when the terrorists took over her hometown in 2014.
A North Korean defector put her life on the line to go back home to tell her Christian family that she accepted Jesus Christ as her Savior. And although she was arrested and imprisoned, she was able to escape.
The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom has announced that it will launch a detailed list to provide the public with the names of thousands of people across the world who are imprisoned, being tortured or have disappeared because of their faith and religious freedom advocacy.
A lawsuit filed by a Muslim professor against a Christian student, who was suspended last month at a Florida college after he challenged the professor on her assertions about Jesus, has been dismissed by a Florida judge.
An Oklahoma mother is voicing her anger after her daughter's school organized a trip to a local health clinic in which her daughter was given a three-year birth control implant without her approval.
The family of a Christian doctor who's using his talents to save the lives of wounded Islamic State fighters and others injured in the conflict have opened up their home to about 50 Iraqis displaced from their homes when the brutal terror group took control in parts of Iraq.