A federal judge has upheld the Trump administration's expansion of religious liberty exemptions to the Department of Health and Human Services' birth control coverage mandate.
An evangelical judge who refused to marry same-sex couples was handed down a three-year suspension without pay Thursday by the Oregon Supreme Court, the longest suspension in the court's history.
The Trump administration is championing the fight against human trafficking by vowing to dedicate "our government's full resources toward fighting this repulsive crime."
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai has vowed to continue fighting for free speech, the "foundation of our great nation," amid continued censorship of Christian and conservative thought by online media giants such as Facebook, Twitter, Google and Apple.
A federal judge has blocked the implementation of an Ohio law that would ban the abortion of babies diagnosed with Down syndrome.
Evangelical leader Tony Perkins said Monday that the mainstream media is trying to use President Donald Trump's alleged affair with porn star Stormy Daniels to "shame evangelicals for their political participation" in hopes it will back them into a corner of silence.
A nationwide pro-life student organization has expressed support for a newly signed law in Florida prohibiting public colleges from creating "free speech zones" to limit on-campus speech.
A federal judge stated Monday that federal discrimination law should allow a Maryland transgender student to choose a locker room based upon gender identity rather than biological sex.
Free Speech Endangered If Twitter, Facebook and Google Continue Censorship, Conservative Leaders Warn
Leading tech companies like Facebook, Google and Twitter are censoring the online posts of Christians and conservatives — and if this trend continues, it won't be long before free speech in America is gone, conservative leaders have warned.
Leading congressional pro-lifers are voicing their alarm and dismay at Washington Post column that argued in favor of women aborting their babies if the only reason was a positive pre-natal test for Down Syndrome.
The Massachusetts Supreme Court has ruled that one of the nation's leading secularist legal groups is entitled to an injunction barring the town government in Acton from granting public funds to preserve stained glass windows in a church that has been a staple of the town since 1846.
Even if the alleged affair between President Donald Trump and pornographic film star Stephanie Clifford, known professionally as Stormy Daniels is true, evangelicals will still support him says Robert Jeffress, pastor of the 12,000-member First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas.
Tony Perkins: Religious Freedom Restoration Under Trump Will End If Evangelicals Don't Vote Republican
If conservative evangelicals fail to participate in the midterm elections this November, the "restoration of religious freedom and the freedom of speech" established under President Donald Trump will end, Family Research Council President Tony Perkins has warned.
Mississippi's legislators have passed a bill that bans abortions after 15 weeks' gestation with some exceptions and will send it to the governor to sign next week.
A bill that increases the regulations of abortion clinics in Indiana and would increase the number of baby boxes at fire stations has been sent to the governor's desk.
The state of Idaho can no longer automatically reject the requests of transgender individuals seeking to change the sex or gender marker on their birth certificates so that they reflect their gender identity or gender transition, a federal judge has ruled.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is urging Catholics to lobby Congress to protect the freedom of conscience for those opposed to abortion.
An appeals court has ruled that a Michigan-based Christian-owned funeral home must allow a male employee who identifies as female to dress in women's clothes despite their moral objections.
The Department of Justice announced Tuesday that it has filed a lawsuit against Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, for allegedly violating the civil rights of a Christian nursing assistant in a county-owned nursing home by forcing her to get a flu shot despite her sincerely held religious objections to the vaccine.
Megan Barry, a professed Catholic and the first woman to become mayor of Nashville, Tennessee, in September 2015, resigned from her post on Tuesday as part of a plea agreement for felony theft charges.
Many Liberal Senators Actually Deeply Religious but Embarrassed to Share Faith, Democrat Senator Says
A Democratic member of Congress has urged progressives in politics to "bring their faith to work" and be more open about their religious beliefs.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu likened President Donald Trump to Cyrus the Great, the Persian king who rescued the Jewish people from Babylonian captivity, a comparison some evangelicals have been making since Trump's election campaign.
Despite repeated assertions that physician-assisted suicide will only apply to terminally ill adults, some say a gradual push is happening toward allowing children to be euthanized.
The Evangelical Immigration Table is calling on Christians to pray for those affected by the expiration of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Roy Moore, a former judge and defeated 2017 Republican nominee for the Alabama Senate seat, has begged his supporters for $250,000 in donations to help him fight an unspecified lawsuit, which he described as "unholy evil" and stemming from an "anti-Christian kingdom."
The Donald Trump administration on Sunday strongly criticized Russia's involvement in the ongoing military operation in Syria's Eastern Ghouta region, which has led to the killing of more than 600 civilians but Syrian President Bashar Assad has vowed to carry on with the attacks in the rebel-held region.
Aaron and Melissa Klein, a Christian couple from Oregon who lost their bakery and were ordered to pay $135,000 in damages for refusing to make a cake for a same-sex wedding in 2013, have filed an appeal at the Oregon Supreme Court against a ruling by an Oregon appeals court upholding a decision to fine them.
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected an appeal to save a 40-foot cross placed at an intersection in Maryland from being removed or destroyed.
Washington state is set to legalize commercial surrogacy, a move children's rights advocates say amounts to the selling of babies, bases the definition of a parent on "intent," and opens avenues for child abuse and other horrors.
The White House is calling on Congress for legislation that would promote measures to ensure prisoners are prepared to re-enter society after release but is not calling for a reform of the nation's mandatory minimum sentencing rules.