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.
The Obama administration’s Department of Defense was caught training U.S. troops that Catholics, orthodox Jews, and evangelical Christians are to be considered “religious extremists,” even equating the major religions representing more than half of Americans with truly violent groups such as al-Qaeda, the Ku Klux Klan, and Hamas. After the explosive revelations hit the headlines, outrage promptly ensued. Now, critics are calling for an immediate public apology to the soldiers exposed to the hateful propaganda, as well as to the Christian and Jewish communities targeted in the presentation.
A federal judge has ordered that Plan B, known as the "abortion pill," must be made available over the counter to girls under the age of 17.
A proposed resolution by North Carolina lawmakers was meant to target the ACLU's attack on local government, not establish an official state religion, the resolution's authors explain.
Is it possible that Planned Parenthood condones the killing of babies outside the womb in what is sometimes termed “post-birth” abortion?
Scientists say new research on the Shroud of Turin confirms that the fabric many Christians believe is the burial cloth of Jesus Christ does date roughly to the time of Christ.