The U.S. Supreme Court is being urged to protect clergy from government intrusion.
As justices on the U.S. Supreme Court will have a busy day determining whether they will hear "homosexual marriage" cases this term, one legal group is already trying to ensure that two justices will not be allowed to hear those cases.
A homeowners’ association in Kissimmee, Florida, is threatening legal action against a couple if they don't remove two Christian statues from their front yard.
A former Justice Department attorney doesn't think an appeals court panel will throw out North Carolina's tough new voter ID statute, which is considered among the stringent in the nation.
Alliance Defending Freedom is asking the nation's highest court to intervene to allow worship services in rented space in New York City's public schools.
A legal firm specializing in religious freedom has gained victory for a young California student who was told he couldn't collect articles of clothing for the homeless because of his religious motivation.
A health expert is asking the EEOC to look into why he was hired as a health agency director in Georgia and then fired before he assumed the position – an act that a legal firm says effectively "blacklisted" the expert.
Another U.S. Supreme Court justice has prompted a call to recuse herself if the court is asked to determine the constitutionality of state marriage laws and amendments.
An East Texas woman has won in a David vs. Goliath situation after she posted the Ten Commandments in her yard just outside the small town of Hemphill, Texas.
A group of humanists are challenging a nearly century-old memorial to World War I veterans because they are upset it is cross-shaped.
A constitutional law expert says one justice on the U.S. Supreme Court should not have a role in same-gender marriage cases.
Iowa pro-lifers are not hopeful the state Supreme Court will ban so-called telemed abortions. But hope for a solution remains, possibly in the state legislature.
A legal scholar and former commissioner on the Federal Election Commission is concerned that an appeals court packed with Obama-appointed activist judges could throw out North Carolina's tough new voting law.
A legal scholar and former commissioner on the Federal Election Commission says opponents of Gov. Scott Walker in Wisconsin will be less likely to defeat him in November thanks to that state's voter ID law.
A nonprofit legal organization has sent a letter to a public university demanding that it put Bibles back in guest rooms.
Alliance Defending Freedom is continuing a legal battle to gain freedom of speech for churches in Arizona.