California State University, Northridge will have a chance to answer in court how it has treated a Christian researcher whose findings contradict the theory of evolution.
New Hampshire has been told to stop violating free speech rights of pro-life prayer counselors through a new law that had been passed.
An atheist group has settled its lawsuit against the Internal Revenue Service for not challenging pastors that speak from the pulpit on political issues and candidates.
People are going to see "the full price of ObamaCare" if a ruling against subsidies on federally-run exchanges is upheld, says an expert on the issue.
A church in Texas has been forced to teach local officials about state and federal law that prohibits the exact actions they are taking against the church.
An Iowa newspaper is being called to task for firing an employee who expressed his Christian beliefs in a personal blog.
ObamaCare has suffered a major setback for a second time in recent weeks, this time with a decision by the D.C. Court of Appeals.
A Georgia County has learned not to step on the toes of churches with its zoning ordinances.
An author and legal expert says for "one big reason" the issue of ObamaCare subsidies is guaranteed to go to the Supreme Court.
Common Core critics are applauding the Oklahoma Supreme Court decision that upholds the state legislature's authority to repeal the education standards.
After a two-year court ordeal, a Missouri pro-life sidewalk counselor has finally received an answer to charges leveled by a Planned Parenthood clinic staff.
A Colorado baker is appealing to a federal court to protect his constitutional rights.
Constitutional law expert Mat Staver believes homosexual activists and liberal legal experts want homosexuality to trump religion.
Legal fights over what can – and can't – appear on an automobile's license plate are under way in two states.
A California school is refusing to apologize to its recently graduated salutatorian for attempting to infringe on his First Amendment rights.
Because county and state officials aren't stepping up to the plate to vigorously defend Florida's Marriage Protection Amendment, an Orlando-based pro-family legal group that is currently shouldering the burden is urging Governor Rick Scott to come to the rescue.