Pope Francis asks for prayers for peace in Syria and across the entire Middle East.
San Antonio has become the latest U.S. city to pass an ordinance giving special protections to gays and lesbians while discriminating against Christians and others who resist the sanctioning of homosexual behavior.
As the state tramples freedom of association further, Christians are increasingly forced to choose between obeying their consciences and making a living. But there is a way to fight back.
The nation's largest private employer has announced that it will extend healthcare and other benefits to the domestic partners of its non-married employees, including to homosexual partners.
A Gresham, Oregon, bakery has closed its doors following months of relentless attacks by homosexual activists angered that the owners had refused to bake a wedding cake for a pair of lesbians.
Abortion clinics are closing at a rapid pace and Planned Parenthood is struggling, sparking celebration from pro-life activists.
Though the mainstream media cast Trayvon Martin as the latest martyr in America's supposedly endless racial oppression, there is no sympathetic Trayvon treatment for black-on-white crime victims.
Secretary of State John Kerry has called on Iran to aid in the return of three U.S. citizens being held there, including Iranian-American pastor Saeed Abedini.
Only months after helping to strike down key elements of the federal Defense of Marriage Act, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has officiated at a homosexual "wedding."
An atheist group has challenged the plans of Princeton, New Jersey, to place a piece of the World Trade Center destroyed in the 9/11 attack on city property because the memorial has a cross cut into it.