In a landmark ruling, the Christian owners of a U.K. bed and breakfast have lost their Supreme Court appeal of a conviction for discriminating against a homosexual couple.
Voters in Albuquerque, New Mexico, have rejected a local referendum that would have banned abortions in the city after the 20th week of pregnancy.
A Minneapolis school bus driver was fired from his job after someone complained about his practice of praying with students on his route.
Homosexual activists are peeved at Hallmark over a Christmas ornament it is marketing that is conspicuous for its non-“gay” appearance.
Two male graduates of West Point have become the first men to "marry" at the military academy's sacred Cadet Chapel.
A federal appeals court has reinstated an important Texas pro-life law, meaning that a dozen clinics in the state may be unable to perform abortions.
An elementary school in Tennessee has reversed its decision to refuse a ten-year-old girl's essay on God, instead giving her a perfect score on the assignment.
The Texas attorney general has vowed to fight a federal judge's ruling that strikes key provisions of the state's recently passed pro-life law.
In a brief video on the Obama administration-pushed nationalization of education through Common Core standards, part of an ongoing series about the scheme produced by The New American, veteran educator Mary Black highlights yet another troubling element of the national educational agenda. Considering the teaching styles and the standards themselves, she explained, Common Core could lead to potentially disastrous effects for future generations of Americans and the nation itself.
Alliance Defending Freedom has filed a lawsuit contending that Colorado illegally funded $14 million to Planned Parenthood's state abortion provider.