The Defense Department has reportedly blocked access of military personnel to the Southern Baptist Convention's website because of "hostile content" on the site.
While France's parliament forced same-sex marriage on the country with a final vote April 23, both secular and religious French citizens — and even homosexuals — continue to oppose the unpopular measure.
The Boy Scouts is considering a policy change that would allow youth who identify themselves as gay to participate in Scouting — a major change to the group's century-old ban on homosexuality.
More horrific testimony has come forth of babies born alive and then killed at abortionist Kermit Gosnell's "House of Horrors" clinic in Philadelphia.
Chinese pro-life activist Chen Guangcheng testified before Congress April 9, providing a subcommittee of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs with a list of “corrupt officials” in Communist China he said were responsible for no less than 130,000 forced abortions.
A Washington State florist is being sued by the state government for refusing to do business with a homosexual couple who wanted her to provide the flowers for the wedding ceremony.
The Oklahoma House of Representatives has unanimously passed a resolution in support of traditional marriage and the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
California's legislature is considering a bill that would revoke the tax-exempt status of groups — like the Boy Scouts of America — that ban homosexual members or leaders.
Much to the chagrin of pro-family and television watchdog groups, the Federal Communications Commission is considering easing up on the decency standards that have governed broadcast television for years.