A failed bill that would have reversed the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby ruling shows that religious freedoms are in deep jeopardy from federal government.
The highly touted romantic comedy "Obvious Child" failed at the box office for good reason: its laughs revolve around the tragedy of abortion.
A Kentucky branch of U.S. Bank fired one of its employees over her practice of telling customers to "have a blessed day."
A 125-year-old Christian college in Massachusetts may lose its accreditation over its efforts to remain biblically relevant.
Governor Jerry Brown has signed legislation deleting the terms "husband" and "wife" from state marriage law.
A soon-to-retire Wisconsin abortionist has had no success in finding a younger practitioner willing to follow in his murderous "calling."
Pro-homosexual mega-bank JPMorgan Chase has taken to surveying its employees about their support for homosexuality and the "LGBT community."
The New York Times has published another in a series of virulent anti-Catholic ads produced by the atheist Freedom From Religion Foundation.
On the heels of its Hobby Lobby ruling, the Supreme Court has given emergency relief to a prestigious Christian college in its efforts to stop the HHS contraception mandate.
Two fast-food chains — Burger King and Chick-fil-A — are at the center of the culture war, but for vastly different reasons.
New research is challenging the long-quoted statistic that 50 percent of marriages — including those of Christians — end in divorce.