An Ohio high school student is fighting to save his dream of serving in the Army after his school found a folding pocket knife in his car and had him jailed.
The Supreme Court in the Philippines has upheld part of the controversial Reproductive Health Act as constitutional despite clear language protecting life and family in the nation's Constitution.
The legal battleground over a 15-year-old girl and her quest for medical treatment has gone to a higher level in Massachusetts as her parents continue to fight to regain custody of her from the state.
A constitutional law firm says the decision last week by a House committee to hold a former IRS official in contempt of Congress is justified.
A Dallas homeowners association that wanted to oust a Jewish congregation has lost round one in court.
A conservative black organization is praising a U.S. Appeals Court for concluding that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is guilty of hypocrisy.
A pro-life group at a Connecticut high school held firm and won against an administration that consistently tried to shut down the group's free speech rights.
Christians in Europe have won a major religious freedom case according to a report.
A professor with conservative Christian views who recently emerged victorious from a long legal battle with his employer will be getting a long-overdue promotion.
A court hearing today could determine the fate of a California initiative to overturn what's come to be known as the state's "transgender bathroom law."
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed suit to overturn North Carolina's marriage amendment – an action that one traditional values group describes as "the newest expression of fascism" in America.
Pro-life prayer warriors in a Florida city ran into a snag with local officials, but they will have free legal assistance if necessary.
Atheists have sued federal prisons to spread their agenda, and one unanswered question is whether the federal government is willing to defend against it.
The U.S. Department of Justice is defending school boys in mini-skirts and calling it a new era of the Civil Rights movement, a former DOJ attorney says.
A court considering contempt of court charges against a Maryland county commissioner shows a disturbing trend, according to a constitutional law expert.
A five-year-old public school student in Florida will now be homeschooled after she was told by a school official she couldn't say grace before eating her lunch.