The University of Notre Dame has denied official recognition to a student club that supports traditional marriage.
A homosexual judge appointed by President Obama has overturned Oregon's 10-year-old constitutional amendment defining marriage as only between a man and a woman, in effect legalizing same-sex "marriage" in the state by judicial fiat.
A Sudanese Christian woman has been sentenced to death for refusing to renounce her faith and “return” to Islam, reports Morning Star News, which monitors the persecution of Christians around the world.
Critics say the controversial “Next Generation Science Standards” being rolled out in multiple states represent an attempt to indoctrinate future generations.
While Houston's mayor dropped a bizarre "bathroom" provision from her proposed "non-discrimination" ordinance, the measure would still place traditional values and religious liberty in jeopardy.
Those who are whipping up the lynch mob mentality have shown far less interest in stopping rape than in politicizing it.
Massachusetts' high court has issued a ruling affirming "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance.
A large Arab festival in Dearborn, Michigan, has been cancelled for the second straight year because of high insurance costs resulting from attacks on Christians during the event.
Twin brothers David and Jason Benham have had their upcoming home renovation show cancelled by the HGTV network over their Christian views on marriage and abortion.
Women who have abortions usually want to put the experience behind them, tucking the memory away in the recesses of their minds. But not Emily Letts. The 25-year-old former actress filmed her own surgical abortion — and then posted the video on the Internet. She said that she wanted to present “a positive abortion story.”