The Supreme Court used a pair of anticipated rulings June 26 to strike a blow to traditional marriage in the United States. The ruling against the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), along with a decision to let stand a lower court ruling striking down California's Proposition 8 marriage protection amendment, had homosexual activists looking hopefully toward a full-blown legalization of same-sex marriage across the nation, and conservative, pro-family leaders vowing to continue their efforts to protect traditional marriage.
A group of over 200 Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox clergy and Christian leaders have released a signed pledge vowing to stand in solidarity to defend traditional marriage.
A Colorado civil rights body has ruled that an elementary school discriminated against a six-year-old boy who thinks he is a girl by not allowing him to use the girl's restroom.
According to a China watchdog group, Beijing has launched a renewed "family planning" campaign in some of the country's cities, requiring women to be sterilized or fitted with IUDs.
In 2011 the IRS paid out tens of millions of dollars in federal refunds to thousands of illegal immigrant workers who claimed single addresses around the nation.
Exodus International apologized for its 37 years of helping people leave homosexuality and announced it will close its doors.
In a landmark vote the House of Representatives has passed a major pro-life bill that would ban abortions nationwide after the 20th week of pregnancy.
The nation's military branches announced that they are firming up plans for phasing women into combat — including into Army Ranger and Navy SEAL units.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's radical abortion platform, part of his ten-point Women's Equality Act, has failed in the state legislature.
Chinese pro-life dissident Chen Guangcheng has charged that New York University is being pressured by China's communist regime to boot him off campus.