A Christian school in Maine must adhere to the state's LGBT antidiscrimination policy to qualify for a state tuition assistance program while the lawsuit against the state continues, a federal judge has ruled.
Stories in Supreme Court
Former President Donald Trump’s response to the Alabama Supreme Court decision concerning in vitro fertilization has prompted discussions among pro-lifers about the ethics of the practice, even if it does involve the creation of new life.
Critics of the decision have also pounced on Chief Justice Parker’s 131-page decision because it contained 41 references to God.
The U.S. Supreme Court will soon weigh in on whether states can pass laws prohibiting major social media companies from censoring views they find disagreeable.
The U.S. Supreme Court won't delve into whether jurors can be dismissed due to their religious beliefs about homosexuality in a case tied to a lesbian woman's employment dispute in Missouri.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court had agreed to hear oral arguments in the state attorney general’s attempt to block the creation of what is reportedly the first religious charter school in the United States.
Idaho is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to allow the state's law banning hormonal and surgical gender interventions for minors to take effect after a lower court blocked the measure.