A federal appeals court has ruled that a 92-year-old cross-shaped memorial to soldiers who perished in World War I is unconstitutional and must be removed.
A respected Air Force officer has been punished for refusing to affirm the same-sex “marriage” of a retiring subordinate.
Perhaps those conjuring up the idea just can’t wait to raise the next generation of Harvey Weinsteins and Hollywood pedophiles. And the idea is Hollywood-worthy: a “Drag Queen Story Hour” in which a man dressed as a woman (and in the most recent case appearing as a demon) reads to young children — all approved by the Church of Satan.
Many commentators draw a direct equivalence between a group of Christians recently kicked out of a coffee shop and other Christians' refusal to bake cakes for "same-sex weddings." But they miss an important distinction.
Indiana's attorney general announced that he will appeal a federal judge's ruling that overturned the state's ban on aborting pre-born babies diagnosed with Down syndrome.
A federal judge has ruled against the city of East Lansing, Michigan, after it banned a local farmer from the city's farmer's market over his Christian beliefs about marriage.
The Trumps administration's Department of Justice has come out in support of a Christian baker whose religious freedom case is headed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Under cover of darkness, sometime between midnight and 6 a.m. on September 11, vandals decapitated and splashed red paint on a statue of St. Junipero Serra at the Old Santa Barbara Mission in California.
Online “Activist Mommy” Elizabeth Johnston was suspended from Twitter over her condemnation of a pornographic article published by Teen Vogue.