Following a major campaign by a grassroots morality group, the Department of Defense (DoD) has made an about-face, announcing that it will no longer sell such pornographic magazines as Penthouse and Playboy on Army and Air Force bases.
A teacher at a Catholic high school in California was fired after photos of his same-sex marriage ceremony were published in a local newspaper.
A commission in Britain's Parliament has targeted a law that allows for abortions at up to 40 weeks when a pre-born baby is "severely disabled."
The Presbyterian Church USA has dropped a song from its new hymnal over lyrics that refer to the wrath of God.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation has persuaded a New Hampshire school district to ban a mother from praying on school grounds for her children and other students.
Three ex-employees of a Delaware Planned Parenthood clinic told legislators it was unsanitary and performed after-hours abortions without additional staff.
The Palm Center has received a $1.35 million grant to study issues related to the integrating of transgender persons into the armed forces.
The Department of Justice has forced a California school district to allow a female student who identifies as male to use the boys' restrooms and locker facilities.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has ruled that a Mennonite-owned company must comply with the Health and Human Services "contraception mandate."
League City, Texas, is the latest community to stand up to the intimidation of the Freedom From Religion Foundation as the Foundation continues its campaign to sanitize faith from the public square.