On the year anniversary of a U.S. pastor's imprisonment in Iran, his wife has hand-delivered a letter he wrote to the country's president appealing for justice.
Chile's legislature has passed a law establishing March 25 as a national “Day of the Unborn Child and of Adoption.”
A federal appeals court ruled that the city of Minneapolis may not impede on the efforts of a Wisconsin man to distribute Bibles at the city's annual gay pride fest.
A Pennsylvania county is appealing a court ruling blocking it from unlawfully issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
The U.S. Catholic Church's military archbishop has issued a statement confirming that Catholic chaplains may not be forced by the government to validate same-sex partnerships.
A federal judge has dismissed a legal challenge to North Dakota's legislation banning abortions on pre-born babies after the sixth week of pregnancy.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a group of atheists demanding that “In God We Trust” be removed from the America's currency.
Canada's Quebec province is considering a law that would ban public employees from wearing religious headwear like Muslim burqas or symbols like crucifixes.
A Florida food pantry has decided to drop help from the USDA rather than bow to orders that it must remove Christian symbols from its facility.
The Southern Baptist Convention has announced guidelines confirming that its military chaplains are banned from performing same-sex “marriages.”
Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie has called on the state legislature to pass a bill legalizing homosexual "marriage."