"House of Horrors" abortionist Kermit Gosnell relinquished all appeal options in order to receive a life sentence rather than a possible death penalty in his murder convictions for the deaths of babies born alive at his abortion clinic.
The IRS has issued an apology of sorts after admitting that it targeted tea party, patriot, and other conservative groups for possible tax-exempt violations.
Tyndale House Bible publishers has won a major victory in its battle to stop the Obama administration's enforcement of the notorious contraception mandate.
Pro-life leaders say that the “post abortion” killings of babies born alive may not be all that unusual in the abortion industry.
Religious and conservative leaders are pressing the Defense Department to clarify its commitment to safeguard the religious liberties of military personnel.
The Publix grocery store chain insisted it had no pro-life motive in a Mother's Day TV ad featuring a pregnant mom talking to her young daughter about the baby growing inside her.
Was a Texas high school track squad disqualified from the state track meet because one of its members made a gesture of thanks to God?
An American has been convicted by North Korea of trying to topple the government and sentenced to 15 years of hard labor.
A Catholic high school in Ohio is being targeted for legal action because school officials fired a veteran teacher when it was revealed that she is a lesbian.
Following an uproar over a Defense Department statement saying that military personnel could be court-martialed for sharing their faith, the Pentagon has backed down on that position and now says soldiers are free to proselytize, as long as they don't harass others.