An ad campaign in Colorado resorts to caricatures about casual sex and drinking in an effort to promote ObamaCare to young people.
Another bus driver has apparently paid the price for praying with one of his passengers.
Another Federal court has taken a whack at another 200-year-old tradition in this country. This time, it’s opening public meetings with a prayer. An appeals court has ruled that the practice somehow violates the U.S. Constitution.
One of South Korea's largest newspapers has reported that North Korea executed around 80 people in early November, some for such prohibited activities as viewing South Korean television shows and possessing Bibles.
The Supreme Court struck down an Oklahoma official's request for appeal that sought to restore Oklahoma’s ultrasound law, which would have allowed women a chance to see an ultrasound of their unborn child prior to an abortion.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie has signed a bill making Hawaii the 16th state (including the District of Columbia) to legalize same-sex marriage, in opposition to a majority of Hawaii residents.
Two military chaplains are suing the federal Veterans Affairs department after they said they were mocked for their Christian beliefs and forced out of a Veterans Affairs chaplain training program.
More than 130 prominent Catholic scholars and professors have joined the growing opposition to the Obama-pushed Common Core nationalized education standards.
The American Psychiatric Association (APA) has backtracked on its designation of pedophilia as a “sexual orientation,” following backlash from conservative family organizations.
A Minneapolis school bus driver was fired from his job after someone complained about his practice of praying with students on his route.