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ACLU files lawsuit against Montana over law requiring proof of full sex change to alter birth certificates
A lawsuit has been filed against the state of Montana over its law that requires residents to show proof of a cosmetic sex change before the gender designation on their birth certificate can be changed.
Designers of emojis have rolled out new images for consideration, designs that include a “Pregnant Male” and “Pregnant Person” in an attempt to be more inclusive and represent so-called trans pregnancies.
Henry “Enrique” Tarrio, the Afro-Cuban international chairman of the far-right Proud Boys group arrested in January for the burning of a Black Lives Matter banner at a historic Washington, D.C., church, pleaded guilty Monday to two misdemeanors.
For close to nine decades, a statue stood tall in front of Our Lady of Mercy parish in Forest Hills, New York. But this past weekend, police released shocking surveillance footage of a woman deliberately toppling, smashing and destroying the 84-year-old religious statue and another statue outside the Queens church.
A recent New York Times editorial fundamentally misunderstands and misrepresents how conservative-leaning Christians think about the state of affairs in U.S. politics, according to Richard Land, outgoing president of Southern Evangelical Seminary.
World Relief urges Congress to act on immigration reform after judge blocks DACA, declaring it illegal
A Christian humanitarian organization has denounced a recent ruling by a Texas federal judge that prohibits new applications from being filed for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, that protects some people who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children from being deported.
A California pastor's wife has been released from jail with no charges filed after fatally shooting her husband as he entered their home.
An appeals court has ruled that the University of Iowa wrongly discriminated against a Christian student group that wanted to choose its leaders and members on the basis of religious belief and is not protected by qualified immunity.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., pledged he would to “go to war” for Chick-fil-A in the wake of Notre Dame students' backlash to the Christian-owned fast-food restaurant being on campus.
Parents, activists pushing back against critical race theory's 'destructive message' in America's school
As the debate about critical race theory continues to engulf the political discourse in the United States, grassroots organizations and activists are relying on a variety of methods to combat the ideology’s influence on American education and counter what they characterize as a “destructive message.”
Whenever the founder of New York’s Gateway Christian Center, Rev. Sunny Philip, recalls memories from his childhood in Kerala, India, in the 1960s, he remembers that the first book he ever laid eyes on was the Holy Bible at 6 years old.
After a surge of protests erupted across the country in response to Cuba’s economic unrest, multiple religious leaders and protesters have been targeted, arrested and beaten.
The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association has been awarded a financial settlement and received a public apology from a British council that censored the Christan group's ads.
‘First Amendment is on our side’: Va. teacher punished for criticizing trans pronoun policy speaks out
A school teacher in Virginia fighting a punishment from a school district for criticizing a proposed transgender pronoun policy has stated that the “First Amendment is on our side.”
In a presidential radio address on Oct. 4, 1997, then-President Bill Clinton praised Christian men’s ministry Promise Keepers for helping men lead their families responsibly. Not so well-known, according to one of the organization’s board members and leader of New York City's 40,000-member Christian Cultural Center, the Rev. A.R. Bernard, is that the group also tried pushing Clinton to do something that has yet to be done by any president or Congress in history — apologize for slavery.
Pastor Bruce Wesley of the multi-campus Clear Creek Community Church in Texas, which recently made headlines as some 125 youth and adults got infected with what officials suspect is the COVID-19 Delta variant after attending a church-sponsored student ministry camp, publicly prayed for God’s “mercy” as his church was forced to shutter for a second week.
Boris Johnson: ‘Christianity is a superb ethical system ... I would count myself a very bad Christian’
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who recently got married in Westminster Cathedral and quoted from the Psalms in a media interview weeks later, hailed Christianity as “a superb ethical system” but added that he would count himself “as a kind of very, very bad Christian.”
A political activist art group hung a 45-foot banner reading “God Bless Abortions” on the 65-foot Christ of the Ozarks statue that “stands as a symbol of hope” in northwest Arkansas on Thursday night.
Moviegoers in need of faith-based content after going through the height of the COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing lockdowns will be pleased to know that new, uplifting movies will be coming to theaters this summer and fall.
Monty Williams, the head coach of Phoenix Suns, which will play against Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA Finals Game 3 Sunday night, is known for speaking publicly about his faith in Jesus, and recently shared how it enables him to help his players reach their potential and got him through a personal tragedy.