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.
A traditional values group in Indiana says federal judges are usurping states' rights in recent rulings that likely could affect the definition of marriage.
A police captain in Oklahoma is appealing punishment administered by the Tulsa Police Department for refusing what he considered to be Muslim indoctrination.
A faith-based institution of higher learning in California is looking to the federal government to halt a mandate for abortion coverage in insurance.
The bizarre case of an Arizona man molested as a child by an adult woman who became pregnant - and now he is forced to pay her child support - is possible in other areas of the country unless laws are changed.
Attorneys for former U.S. Senate candidate Chris McDaniel will go before the Mississippi Supreme Court on October 2 in an attempt to undo the June GOP primary.
Radiance Foundation is appealing a court decision in a case involving an article written by the group’s co-founder.
A pro-life organization is welcoming a federal judge's decision striking down Ohio's so-called "false statement" law.
Yet another court is telling licensed counselors they can't counsel people with unwanted same-sex attractions, and it appears the issue could eventually fall before the U.S. Supreme Court over the issue of free-speech rights.
After directing a first-grade teacher to trash a student’s Christian-themed Christmas gifts and tell him “Jesus is not allowed in school,” West Covina Unified School District was sued Monday for violating the student’s freedom of religious speech.
A city in Indiana is standing strong, so far, despite an atheist group's objection to a monument in state park.
Citizens of three states are waiting for the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to decide the marriage issue, athough they have a good idea what the outcome will be.