In the wake of college students recently claiming that they were too traumatized to finish their final exams because of the Michael Brown and Eric Garner grand jury rulings, students at Harvard Law School are pushing their professors to stop teaching about law dealing with sexual violence so that they won't have to suffer from any emotional distress.
After nine years, a South Carolina town will finally have to pay a price for violating the constitutional rights of pro-life counselors.
A Christian law firm is representing 27 members of Congress who support the lawsuit brought by 24 states against President Obama's executive order amnesty.
Although Congress has tried to settle the controversy over the Mt. Soledad cross, the future of the veterans memorial remains uncertain.
An attorney says a public school incident over t-shirts in California is also a test case for free-speech rights.
An organization dedicated to exposing people who pose as American service members is hoping that authorities will prosecute a Pennsylvania man it says recently posed as a decorated, active-duty U.S. Army Ranger.
A federal appeals court has told a prison inmate he can't have gender-reassignment surgery at taxpayer expense.
The Canadian Supreme Court is deciding whether a person can become a lawyer without endorsing sinful lifestyles.
A trial court is being asked to dismiss the alleged baseless charges filed by two atheists against two Oahu churches, which have been renting public schools for their services.
After more than three years of litigation, the school voucher case of Douglas County, Colorado, has finally reached the state's highest court.
With annual lawsuits contesting the constitutionality of Christian Christmas displays around government buildings becoming as much of a winter staple as Black Friday and photos booths at the local mall with Santa, many are finding the decision of officials from Florida’s state capitol confounding, which allows the Satanic Temple to erect a “holiday display” in Tallahassee’s rotunda.
Four Christian universities are waiting to see if a federal appeals court will force them to violate their religious beliefs and bow to the government instead of God.
Parents in Northern California are irate that sex education instructors are asking their junior high students if they're ready to have sex.
The U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments Monday on behalf of four Oklahoma Christian universities on why they should be exempt from the HHS abortion-pill mandate.
Kansas' pro-life laws remain intact after repeated legal challenges but there are more legal battles ahead.
Not long after a student from Loomis Basin Charter School (LBCS) invited her two friends to a Creation seminar held off campus, school officials became livid, summonsing her to the principal's office four times in the same day in order to force her into writing a "confession" of what she had done.