Liberal audacity was on display in the Vatican March 20 as pro-abortion Vice President Joe Biden and Representative Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) both took Communion during Pope Francis I's installation.
A Massachusetts school principal has cancelled his school’s Honors Night in the belief that it would cause students who are not receiving an award to feel self-conscious and disappointed in themselves. According to Principal David Fabrizio, Honors Night could be “devastating” to the students who worked hard, but did not earn good enough grades to receive an award.
Alliance Defending Freedom has made public a lawsuit alleging that abortion giant Planned Parenthood defrauded Washington State taxpayers out of hundreds of millions of dollars.
The wife of Iranian-American pastor Saeed Abedini testified before a congressional commission March 15 in an effort to secure the release of her husband, who is imprisoned in Iran.
The North Dakota legislature has passed bills that will ban abortion beyond six weeks of pregnancy, as well as for fetal abnormalities and sex selection.
Republican Senator Rob Portman has made a stunning flip on same-sex marriage, saying his son's homosexuality has forced him to rethink his position.
Pope Francis' track record of defending life and traditional marriage has conservative, Christian, and pro-family leaders optimistic that he will provide crucial leadership to all Christians on moral issues facing the Church.
The 115 cardinal-electors of the 1.2 billion-member Roman Catholic Church, meeting in conclave for the second day on March 13, elected Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, archbishop of Buenos Aires, Argentina, to become the church’s 266th pope.
A new policy approved by the Chicago Public Schools will require students to participate in sex education instruction, beginning in kindergarten.
An Egyptian human rights organization said that an Egyptian Coptic Christian who died while being detained by Libyan Islamists was tortured to death.
Following widespread national media attention, outrage continues to grow surrounding the controversial suspension of a 16-year-old Florida student who reportedly helped disarm a gunman on a school bus, potentially saving at least one life. School officials dispute those reports. Now, however, a national youth-rights organization has officially become involved in the case to advocate on behalf of the suspended teen and have his permanent record cleared. Members of the local community have also rallied to the cause.