A Virginia couple embroiled in a legal battle with their apartment complex over the holding of Bible studies has reached a settlement, according to their attorney.
On March 4 the nation's highest court takes up a Louisiana abortion law that pro-life leaders believe could be used to re-examine the legal foundations of abortion in America.
Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy's letter to the American Family Association (AFA) about the company's charitable giving is being called a sign of progress, but the AFA says there's still cause for concern.
The political spotlight is focused on Iowa right now as it will hold the nation's first presidential contest less than a month from now. But one of the state's leading universities is being accused of threatening its students' freedom of speech when it comes to politics and candidates.
The Fort Worth area church that lost two of its members in a Sunday morning shooting in December says it will remodel the entire sanctuary to help its members feel safe again.
The Department of Homeland Security has been under fire for not doing enough to guarantee the safety of people of faith. Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf is now directing his agency to review an internal report with recommendations to prevent violence against religious groups, like last month's attacks at a Texas church and a Hanukkah celebration in New York.
Could Iran try a sneak attack right here in the United States? One former congressman says it could happen.While there are signs the US and Iran are stepping back from the brink of war, there are serious concerns that the world's most prolific state sponsor of terrorism could still be looking for ways to retaliate.
The Trump administration on Wednesday declared the 1972 Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution is dead and has been dead for 40 years and no action by state legislatures or Congress can resurrect it.
A second Fuller Theological Seminary student who says he was expelled because of his same-sex marriage has joined a lawsuit charging the seminary violated federal anti-discrimination laws. The lawsuit could also have wider implications for Christian colleges and universities who receive government funding. Title IX prohibits federally funded programs from discrimination based on sex even though some Christian schools have received exemptions.
A Louisiana teenager was looking for a way to make his younger brother smile, and he sure found a way to do it.