The Radiance Foundation has won a round in court against a lawsuit filed by the NAACP but it's not necessarily the final round.
A bakery owner in Ireland, found guilty of discriminating against a homosexual customer, is standing on his faith as he considers the next legal steps.
A lawsuit by an atheist seeking to perform legal marriages suggests the impact homosexual "marriage" could have on pastors if it's recognized nationwide.
A conservative legal organization is calling for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to recuse herself from deciding the marriage case now before the court.
An anti-tax organization is pleased with a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down a Maryland tax.
An evangelist has filed suit against a Texas city, alleging police declared that a public sidewalk was not public.
A constitutional attorney predicts a fight for religious freedom if the US. Supreme Court finds a constitutional right to same-gender "marriage" in June.
A health policy analyst says Congress faces a "tremendous opportunity" in the event the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down subsidies for the federal health insurance exchange.
Advocates of natural marriage are finding that their tax dollars are supporting same-sex “marriage” activists, with more than 5 million state-funded dollars lining the pockets of attorneys hired to tear down marriage amendments from coast to coast.
The Rutherford Institute is considering the next step in the case of an ailing man who was placed in a mental institution by police.
A case that has gone on for years regarding city officials who have adamantly denied zoning for an Ohio Christian school is now before the Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Atheists are getting a workout challenging a California school board over prayer and the church some of its members are a part of, and one attorney hopes the battle will help settle a constitutional issue.
A watchdog organization wants to know if the IRS is colluding with an atheist organization to investigate churches.
There's a little confusion over where U.S. Supreme Court justices stand when it comes to cameras in the courtroom. Their views change from pre- to post-confirmation.
Church members in Virginia, facing fines and jail for pro-life signs, won't have to go to jail after all.
The U.S. Supreme Court has left young people with same-sex attractions few choices in seeking help to change.