The United States Navy has rejected a leading secularist group's demands that it remove a Bible on display at a "Missing Man" table honoring prisoners of war and those missing in action at a Naval hospital in Japan.
The Trump administration plans to eliminate an Obama-era regulation that opponents say requires faith-based hospitals, insurance providers and doctors to perform, provide and cover gender-reassignment surgeries and procedures that violate their religious convictions.
The United States Department of Homeland Security has admitted that it has separated children from illegal immigrant families caught trying to cross the southern border but asserted that it is not doing so as a "deterrence" measure.
Texas' 12th Court of Appeals, ruled Wednesday that a 2015 state law that criminalized the practice of posting intimate photos and videos from a previous or current relationship popularly known "revenge porn," is unconstitutional.
Jeb Bush, the former governor of Florida, revealed that his mother, former first lady Barbara Bush, talked to him about Jesus Christ in their last meeting before she died last week.
The U.S. State Department has released its 2017 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices document, shedding light on various governments around the world, and eight in particular, which it says are committing horrific human rights abuse against their own people.
Two senators, one Republican and the other a Democrat, have called for targeted sanctions against Turkey for the imprisonment of American Pastor Andrew Brunson, who was arrested in December 2016 on false charges of espionage and terrorism.
The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the use of taxpayer dollars to fund church repair projects that support religious activities is unconstitutional, even for historic preservation.
A three-judge panel of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled against an Ohio law passed in 2016 that defunded Planned Parenthood.
New York Mayor Bill De Blasio has announced that prisoners in the city will be housed according to the gender with which they identify instead of biological sex.
While reports indicated that this week's invite-only meeting of about 50 prominent evangelical leaders was held to discuss the future of evangelicalism under the Donald Trump presidency, one of the event's organizers said that it was not designed to be "anti-anything."
Former first lady of the United States Barbara Bush, one of only two women in history to be both the spouse and the mother of an American president, has passed away. She was 92.
Democrats don't need to worry about reaching out to the white working class or non-college educated white voters if they hope to beat President Donald Trump in the 2020 election, a Democratic strategist said Monday citing newly released election simulations.
A judge has temporarily blocked a Kentucky law from taking effect that would ban an abortion procedure that involves ripping apart a human fetus and then removing the pieces one at a time from a womb.
The Washington, DC-based conservative advocacy group the Family Research Council has been subpoenaed by LGBT groups suing the Trump administration over its transgender military service ban.
After a 13-hour court hearing on Monday in Turkey, the United States State Department is convinced that the Turkish government does not have any "credible evidence" to convict American Pastor Andrew Brunson of terrorism charges.
President Donald Trump "understands the power of prayer," Rev. Franklin Graham said on "Fox & Friends" after airstrikes on chemical-weapon targets in Syria.
Christian humanitarian groups and human rights advocates are speaking out against the massive reduction in the number of Syrian refugees the United States has taken in this year — only 11 compared to 790 over the same period in 2016.
More than 23,000 people have signed a petition in support of a Michigan church that has come under fire for hosting a counseling event for LGBT youth.
The leader of a weekly Bible study that includes prominent members of the White House like Vice President Mike Pence and Attorney General Jeff Sessions is garnering controversy for his views on social and religious issues.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo, who is President Donald Trump's pick to be the next Secretary of State, was grilled on Thursday about his religious beliefs on homosexuality and his views on Islam at a U.S. Senate hearing.
Dozens of leaders from prominant evangelical seminaries, churches and organizations will meet next Monday and Tuesday at Wheaton College in Illinois to discuss the future of evangelicalism in light of the Donald Trump presidency.
Dozens of Southern Baptist megachurch pastors and their wives met with Vice President Mike Pence and senior White House officials on Wednesday to cap off the annual Southern Baptist Convention MegaMetro retreat.
The American Civil Liberties Union is suing Kentucky over a recently passed law that bans an abortion procedure which involves ripping apart a human fetus and then removing the pieces one at a time from a womb.
President Donald Trump has signed into law a bill with strong bipartisan support that expands the fight against human sex trafficking.
Jimmy Carter Praying Trump Avoids Military Action; Peace Possible Through 'Principles of Christianity'
Former President Jimmy Carter said he is praying President Donald Trump will refrain from escalating tensions in North Korea, Russia or Syria and expressed confidence world leaders can live at peace with one another if they adhere to biblical principles.
Senator Ted Cruz of Texas grilled Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over claims that the world's largest social media website has a bias against conservatives.
Leading evangelist Franklin Graham and 49 other religious freedom advocates are urging the U.S. Senate to quickly confirm President Donald Trump's nominee for secretary of state, Mike Pompeo.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation raided the office and hotel room of Trump lawyer Michael Cohen. Here are five perspectives on the situation.
The U.S. Navy has launched a probe at its largest overseas hospital, the Naval Hospital Okinawa in Japan, after sailors there allegedly attempted to unlawfully convert Japanese citizens to Christianity with a public "Missing Man" display.