The U.S. Army is once again ordering that references to Bible verses that were etched into rifle scopes sold to the military be removed.
The Defense Department has reportedly blocked access of military personnel to the Southern Baptist Convention's website because of "hostile content" on the site.
A judge in the trial of "House of Horrors" abortionist Kermit Gosnell has dropped three murder charges in the deaths of babies who were allegedly killed after being born at the clinic.
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.
In contrast to Obama's insistence that 90 percent of Americans back his aggressive gun control plan, a recent AP poll indicates that over 50 percent of Americans disapprove.
A decorated Iraq veteran is the latest citizen to have his firearms confiscated in Bell County, Texas, after police illegally disarmed him while he and his son were on a hike.
Second Amendment advocates charge that the efforts by law enforcement to confiscate guns from New York citizens is part of a larger federal gun control plot.
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.