The Obama administration is trumpeting yet another contraceptive for teens, one that puts them in danger.
A Messianic Jewish leader says Minnesota's Twin Cities are a "ticking time bomb" where many citizens live in fear of radical Muslims who have an increasing presence in the area.
A financial analyst is applauding Millennials for skipping the plastic.
After a new rule was put in place affecting able-bodied recipients of Maine's food stamp program who have no children, the number of citizens dropped by nearly 10,000 adults.
A pro-family leader says political correctness allowed a male TSA screener to continually sexually assault male passengers at Denver International Airport.
A conservative activist calls it troubling that the ACLU wants to force Roman Catholic organizations to provide contraception and abortions to young illegals coming to the U.S.
There's a push under way for New York lawmakers to put warning labels on sugary beverages.
An unlikely donor contributed $20 of the $850,000 raised to put the O’Connor family’s pizzeria back in business after the owners closed shop and hid in a bunker due to death and arson threats for saying they would not cater a “gay” wedding.
More than 50 cities across the U.S. are preparing to host a March of Remembrance, an annual event remembering the Holocaust, and the city of Memphis, Tennessee, will be participating for the first time.
Compliments of American tax dollars, the White House has added the option for President Barack Obama’s administration and its visitors to use gender-neutral restrooms to forward the most aggressive LGBT agenda ever to take place in the nation’s capital.
Homosexual activists disappointed in the outcome of a Missouri municipal election vow they are gearing up for a new campaign.
President Obama has announced he supports a national law that bans so-called "conversion therapy" for minors.
With Bible-themed movies and programs hitting the big screen and flat screen in unprecedented numbers over the past few years, one Christian research company set to find out what Americans really believe about Jesus Christ.
A pro-family leader is asking whether the Boy Scouts will enforce a policy against homosexual leaders.
A pizza shop owner in Indiana, who became the center of controversy in recent days, is going back to work today.
A health policy analyst feels vindicated by news that more scientists doubt salt is as bad for you as the government says, but he still has concerns.