Iceland's proposed ban on hard-core Internet pornography has some Americans wondering what's holding up enforcement of a similar U.S. ban.
With the end of the pontificate of Pope Benedict XVI rapidly approaching, Vatican spokesmen on February 23 vehemently refuted reports originating in the Italian media that presented highly negative descriptions of the Holy See’s central administrative apparatus, known as the Curia. An Italian newspaper suggested that the pope had resigned soon after being presented with a dossier that revealed a network of Vatican priests, "united by sexual orientation," who were being blackmailed.
Puerto Rico's supreme court has upheld a ban on adoptions by same-sex couples, as the majority of the island's residents are showing their opposition to same-sex marriage.
A directive by the Massachusetts Education commissioner requires state schools to cater to "transgender" students, including allowing them to use opposite sex bathrooms if they wish.
A Colorado woman alleges that a doctor at a Planned Parenthood clinic forced her to endure an abortion without anesthesia, then left part of the baby's remains in her body.
Planned Parenthood is being forced to close four of its clinics in Wisconsin after the state enacted legislation to defund abortion providers.
A California woman is suing a Christian college for wrongful termination after she was fired for having a sexual relationship outside of marriage.
The latest numbers from the government's health statistics report show that use of the "morning after" abortion pill is rising among American women.
It’s the time of the year again for wholesome, family-friendly movies to be recognized for their value — in an industry that seems to favor depravity. On Friday, February 15, the 21st Annual Movieguide Faith and Value Awards were held to celebrate films that uphold the American values of patriotism and faith.
A high school wrestler in North Carolina was penalized after he paused for a brief, silent prayer before a state match.