While a bill to reverse the U.S. Supreme Court's recent Hobby Lobby ruling failed in the U.S. Senate, the effort shed light on the continuing attack on religious liberty in America.
The highly touted romantic comedy "Obvious Child" failed at the box office for good reason: its laughs revolve around the tragedy of abortion.
A Kentucky branch of U.S. Bank fired one of its employees over her practice of telling customers to "have a blessed day."
Retaliating against the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in favor of the Hobby Lobby, Democratic senators have announced plans to introduce a bill nicknamed "Not My Boss's Business Act."
A 125-year-old Christian college in Massachusetts may lose its accreditation over its efforts to remain biblically relevant.
California Governor Jerry Brown has signed into law a measure deleting the terms “husband” and “wife” from California's marriage law.
U.S. District Court Judge Joseph Laplante Wednesday ordered the New Hampshire communities of Concord and Derry not to enforce the 25-foot buffer zone around entrances to abortion clinics until he can rule on the constitutionality of the law that officially took effect July 9.
In its ongoing assault against faith, China's regime has sentenced a Christian pastor to twelve years in prison for supposedly disturbing "public order."
The National Organization for Women has put The Little Sisters of the Poor on a list of "Dirty 100" organizations waging legal battles against the federal mandate for contraceptive coverage in health insurance provided by employers.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is funding the development of a remote control contraceptive microchip.