House Republicans are preparing to introduce a legislative repeal for the health care reform as early as next week.
Pro-family groups have gotten involved in the race for the Republican National Committee leader, saying that 2011 a pivotal legislative year.
A Christian website says their top ten list of attacks on Christian beliefs creates the case for a growing Christophobia problem in the United States.
In a New Year's day address, Pope Benedict XVI called for an interfaith meeting to urge for peace and an end to religious violence.
Despite record decreases in the rate of U.S. teens who have unplanned pregnancies, America still leads in the number of teen births compared to most Western European countries, according to census data.
Islamic protests have erupted in Pakistan over possible changes to the nation's notorious blasphemy laws that are currently being used to sentence Christian Asia Bibi to death.
A Christian author, financial columnist and die-hard bargain hunter shared tips on not only how to manage finances in 2011, but also grow spiritually in the New Year
Dr. Alveda King sympathized with the star of MTV's abortion special, saying that abortionists told her the same "a little ball of cells" lie too.
Atheist organization Freedom from Religion Foundation demanded the Army halt a spiritual fitness program designed to combat stress because its diagnostic tool allegedly promotes religion.
Nebraska State Senator Tony Fulton has pledged to take on chemical abortion drugs offered remotely through video conferencing in the New Year.
D.C. secularists plan to protest city Mayor-Elect Vincent Gray's January inaugural prayer service after his transition team resisted attempts to place a humanist celebrant on the interfaith program.
Central Nigeria's lethal Christmas Eve attacks were religiously motivated despite the African nation's complicated past of economically and socially fueled infighting, says a mission organization.
As tax time begins, church legal expert Richard Hammar warns ministers, pastors and clerics to be mindful of a legal battle that has strong financial implications on their personal and church taxes in 2011.
A California-based legal defense group blasted judges and state officials for decisions that undercut religious freedom and family values in its "Hall of Shame 2010" list.
Concerns about the face of Christianity have led a former atheist to form a non-profit to address the perceived hypocrisy of the church. He wants Christians to become more like Jesus
As the New Year edges closer, conservative and religious policy experts have established anti-abortion legislation as its top agenda item for the 112th Congress set to be confirmed in January 2011.
Conservative policy experts and religious leaders have collaborated to condemn the radical environmentalism movement in a 12-part video series.
Former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is the top religion newsmaker of 2010, say USA Today readers. Readers selected the Tea Party leader out of six other choices.
Fresh off of the "don't ask, don't tell" victory, Vice President Joe Biden said in a morning show interview that legislation approving gay marriage is inevitable.
This year, Arlan W. Horman, 93, will spend a quiet Christmas with his daughter and son-in law. Horman knows that he is really blessed to have this time with them. Not because of his age, but because he has encountered many close calls in his life during World War II.
After sparking controversy with the show 16 and Pregnant, MTV further the debate with a special abortion episode debating all sides of the issue.
In a newly released Christmas guide, atheists recount stories of traditional Christmas celebrations despite secular leaders' belief that non-believers should steer clear of the Dec. 25th holiday.
Abby Johnson wrote in her soon-to-be-released book Unplanned that many Planned Parenthood clinicians genuinely think they are offering morally good services and are not the adversary in the pro-life movement.
Pro-life group Susan B. Anthony List praised the Wednesday passage of the Defense Authorization bill without the amendment approving abortions on military bases.
Two Kansas churches sued the city for imposing a tax-like fee that levies charges on the number of trips attendees make to their places of worship.