A group of Republican congressmen has sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder, asking him to intervene on behalf of a German homeschool family seeking asylum in the United States.
As churches begin their mass exodus from the Boy Scouts, the California Senate has voted to drop the organization's tax-exempt status over its refusal to welcome homosexual scout leaders.
An Illinois high school teacher was reprimanded and docked a day's pay for reminding students that they did not have to answer potentially incriminating drug and alcohol questions on a school survey.
Following efforts by local atheists to stop it, this year's prayer at the Lincoln County High School graduation in Kentucky received a standing ovation.
On May 29, 1787, the delegates gathered at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia got down to the business of hammering out a government for the United States of America.
The woes of the Boy Scouts continue as a pair of atheist organizations have targeted the BSA over its policy of requiring participants and leaders to acknowledge faith in God.
The owners of Hobby Lobby have taken their case against Obama's contraception mandate to a federal appeals court, arguing that being forced to provide employees with abortion-causing drugs violates their religious freedoms.
Reaction has been strong to the Boy Scouts' vote to allow boys who identify as gay to become members.
The Department of Justice has e-mailed its employees a brochure explaining in no uncertain terms that homosexuality must be embraced throughout the agency.
A highly controversial school curriculum used in much of Texas known as “CSCOPE,” which came under relentless assault from activists and parents who said it was promoting “progressive” anti-American and anti-Christian propaganda, was dealt a major blow by policymakers this week. However, despite media reports and legislators heralding the death of the divisive educational program, major elements remain in place. Still, the news was lauded as a victory for common-sense education as the national battle over Obama-backed “Common Core” standards heats up.
A U.S. Court of Appeals has ruled against a German homeschool family seeking asylum in the U.S. to escape religious persecution at the hands of the German government.