Four days after his acquittal in a Florida court, George Zimmerman emerged from hiding to help rescue a family trapped in their overturned vehicle.
Facebook briefly banned the trailer for Kirk Cameron's new Christian movie Unstoppable, calling the content "abusive" and "unsafe."
A federal judge has temporarily blocked implementation of North Dakota's "heartbeat bill," which bans abortion after the sixth week of pregnancy.
Christian-based retailer Hobby Lobby has won another important court decision in its ongoing battle against the ObamaCare contraception mandate.
Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee has vetoed the "Choose Life" license plates that would have raised needed funding for a faith-based crisis pregnancy center in his state.
At least three Texas clinics closed immediately after Gov. Rick Perry made his state the latest to implement a life-saving law cracking down on abortionists.
A recent study by the Parents Television Council shows an increasing problem of the sexual exploitation of teen girls on prime-time TV.
Fuller Theological Seminary, one of the most prominent evangelical graduate schools, has opened its doors to a homosexual campus club.
The St. Louis Cardinals have put an unceremonious halt to Christian symbols etched into the pitcher's mound that were meant to honor Cardinals great Stan Musial.
The DOJ has defunded a local Young Marines youth outreach after the sheriff who oversees the program refused to remove content that enforces faith in God.