The federal Office of Personnel Management has ruled that under ObamaCare, members of Congress and their staffs may receive tax-funded abortion coverage.
The gay mafia has targeted Italian food giant Barilla over comments its CEO made about same-sex couples.
Fox Sports faces a possible religious discrimination lawsuit after it fired a football commentator Craig James over his views on same-sex "marriage."
On the year anniversary of a U.S. pastor's imprisonment in Iran, his wife has hand-delivered a letter he wrote to the country's president appealing for justice.
Chile's legislature has passed a law establishing March 25 as a national “Day of the Unborn Child and of Adoption.”
A federal appeals court ruled that the city of Minneapolis may not impede on the efforts of a Wisconsin man to distribute Bibles at the city's annual gay pride fest.
A Pennsylvania county is appealing a court ruling blocking it from unlawfully issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
The U.S. Catholic Church's military archbishop has issued a statement confirming that Catholic chaplains may not be forced by the government to validate same-sex partnerships.
A federal judge has dismissed a legal challenge to North Dakota's legislation banning abortions on pre-born babies after the sixth week of pregnancy.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a group of atheists demanding that “In God We Trust” be removed from the America's currency.
Canada's Quebec province is considering a law that would ban public employees from wearing religious headwear like Muslim burqas or symbols like crucifixes.