Conservatives, Christians, and supporters of traditional values have stormed to the defense of suspended Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson.
A federal judge in Utah has struck down a key portion of that state's marriage law that makes polygamy illegal, raising concerns among pro-family leaders that the nation may be entering a new phase in an all-out attack on marriage.
Australia's High Court has struck down a law legalizing same-sex marriage in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), meaning that more than two dozen homosexual couples will likely have their same-sex marriages annulled.
Even as atheist groups and school districts wage war against Christmas, those who cherish religious freedoms are fighting back.
India's Supreme Court has re-criminalized homosexual behavior in the nation, overturning a lower court decision to drop a 150-year-old colonial-era morality law.
While the world lauded the memory of South Africa's late president Nelson Mandela, at least one Catholic bishop was pointing out the controversial African leader's embrace and promotion of abortion in his country and among his people.
Members of Congress and their staffers have abortion coverage available to them in health plans under Obama's socialized health plan, despite the president's promise that no federal funds would be used for the murderous procedure under the plan.
Priests for Life is challenging the Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) contraception mandate in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., and is joined by other individual plaintiffs.
A baker in Colorado has been ordered by a judge to make wedding cakes for same-sex couples against his Christian convictions — or face a stiff penalty.
A group promoting traditional marriage in Taiwan said that it marshaled some 200,000 people in front of Taiwan's presidential office November 30 to protest a proposed amendment that would legalize same-sex "marriage" in the country.