With two self-proclaimed Supreme Court victories under their belt, same-sex marriage proponents are preparing to make a push to force the effective legalization of gay marriage in all 50 states.
A Catholic priest is the latest victim of the violence in Syria, beheaded by a group of al-Qaeda-linked Islamic terrorists.
U.S. officials issued a green card to a Bulgarian immigrant who lives with his U.S. partner in Florida, where their New York "marriage" is not recognized.
JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for July 1 - 7, 2013.
In the days immediately preceding the U.S. Civil War, strongly held personal beliefs drove families apart as members took sides. When war began, suffering visited all.
The owners of Hobby Lobby have gotten a fresh reprieve in their battle to stop the Obama administration's contraception mandate.
Following the Supreme Court's ruling on DOMA, Defense Secretary Chuck Nagel vowed to quickly initiate a policy allowing homosexual military personnel to access federal benefits for their same-sex “spouses.”
In its annual report on global human trafficking, the State Department has downgraded two nations — China and Russia — for continued dismal records on the issue.
The Supreme Court used a pair of anticipated rulings June 26 to strike a blow to traditional marriage in the United States.
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.