Efforts to define marriage in the Iowa state constitution failed Thursday after one of the bill's sponsors challenged the authority of the Senate Majority Leader.
Republicans are considering an attempt to overturn the District of Columbia's gay marriage law with a federal ban, a GOP congressman revealed.
A newly proposed Georgia state legislation has a church group fearful that it will be similar to or even go beyond Arizona's current immigration law by affecting babies born to undocumented mothers.
Barack Obama's State of the Union address, focused largely on government budgets and jobs, elicited strong negative reactions from conservatives and liberals alike.
Randall Terry, founder of the pro-life group Operation Rescue, says he is running a very serious race for the democratic nomination in the 2012 presidential election.
A group that seeks to reverse the bad image of Christianity in America launched a new campaign Tuesday that encourages Christians to publicly confess their shortcomings by leaving notes in public places and reporting them on a website.
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, Jr. is electing not to attend tonight's State of Union address after mouthing "not true" to presidential assertions in the 2010 address.
Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann (R) shared her testimony Monday night and urged attendees at a special dinner to "waste" their resources on the fight for preborn life.
The massive March for Life crowd by the U.S. Capitol on Monday demanded, with renewed strength and energy, that Congress pass legislation ending federal funding of abortion.
Marriott International plans to remove X-rated adult entertainment from its in-room pay-per-view entertainment, the hotel giant announced.
The Walk for Life West Coast event on Saturday exceeded organizers' expectations by drawing a crowd of 40,000 people, a record-breaking figure. The Walk was held on the 38th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion.
On Monday, HUD will publish in the Federal Register a newly proposed rule to allow equal access to HUD-based programs regardless of sexual orientation or gender identification.
In anticipation of next Tuesday's State of the Union address, conservatives want the president to address budget cutting and spending freezes for abortion providers, among other things.
A former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice has submitted a brief reinforcing the importance of traditional marriage one week after the U.S. Department of Justice filed its defense for the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
Former Planned Parenthood director Abby Johnson is leaving the Episcopal Church to switch to the Catholic Church to distance herself from the pro-choice agenda.
Alabama Governor Robert Bentley apologized for misconstrued statements about Christians being his brothers and sisters and pledged to fight for the rights of all people.
Pennsylvania police have arrested and jailed abortionist Dr. Kermit Gosnell and others involved in the death of a 41-year-old woman and seven babies who were born alive.
The Republican-controlled House voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday to pass the legislation to repeal the health care law, one of President Obama's most prized achievements during his presidency thus far.
Initial reports seem to show that an overwhelming majority of Sudanese voters chose to break up the African nation into two separate countries.
President Barack Obama made a brief mention of human rights as he welcomed China's president, Hu Jintao, Wednesday morning.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused on Tuesday to hear the appeal of Washington D.C.'s gay marriage law, ending a local pastor's efforts to uphold the institution's traditional definition.
The co-founder of Facebook and his boyfriend are seeking a same-sex marriage in New York. The announcement comes as New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo plans to propose state legislation to redefine marriage.
Chicago pastors, ministers and political figures gathered at Freedom Baptist Church in Hillside, Ill., to establish Martin Luther King, Jr. as a man of God and a leader who fought for the civil rights of African-Americans.
A new poll shows that support for repealing the contentious healthcare reform bill has dropped and only a minority of Americans oppose it.
Iowa medical regulators disappointed pro-life advocates by ruling not to sanction a doctor for remotely prescribing abortion pills to patients in rural areas.