An abortion rights group claims that it has persuaded Google to drop some online ads for pro-life services.
The U.S. Army will defy a secularist group's attempts to block its participation in the Washington, D.C., National Day of Prayer on May 1.
In an interview with the British Sunday Telegraph on April 27, the former archbishop of Canterbury said that Britain is no longer a country of believers but rather has entered a post-Christian era.
However, in the interview, Lord Williams of Oystermouth (aka, Rowan Douglas Williams) — who stood down as archbishop of Canterbury at the end of 2012 and became master of Magdalene College at Cambridge University in January 2013 — conceded that Britain’s “cultural memory” was “quite strongly Christian.”
An Oregon county waste incineration facility has abruptly halted the practice of using aborted babies as fuel to generate electricity for the state's residents.
A respected evangelical Christian publisher has released a book that argues in favor of homosexual relationships in the Church.
The Boy Scouts of America has booted a church in Washington state over its refusal to remove a homosexual Scout leader from his position with the church's Scout troops.
A Michigan utility has pulled a "Duck Dynasty" event over concerns of offending the homosexual community.
School districts in New York and Pennsylvania have been targeted for violating the First Amendment guarantees of their students.
A federal judge has ruled that North Dakota's historic legislative attempt to protect the lives of pre-born babies is unconstitutional.
The latest Current Population Survey, a joint venture between the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Census Bureau, showed 148 million “benefit takers” compared to the benefit providers — workers in the private sector — who number less than 90 million.
A U.S. pro-family spokesman was arrested at a Canadian university over posters in opposition to abortion and homosexuality.