Alliance Defending Freedom is hoping a federal appeals court will protect the rights of a reporter and activist who says he simply told the truth about the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
The waiting game is under way as the Supreme Court weighs whether a Confederate group in Texas will obtain its own specialty license plate.
Court rulings may stop a satanic temple from exercising a heckler's veto over Clark County Washington.
The argument that voter ID laws suppress minority voting is a flawed one, says one expert, who cites a recent ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Illinois' highest court has ruled that non-parents cannot pretend to be parents.
In today's issue of a major U.S. newspaper, the American Family Association is reminding the Supreme Court that God – not man, not the law, and certainly not the U.S. Constitution – is the author and creator of marriage.
An immigration watchdog is not surprised at the Obama administration's actions during a federal lawsuit aimed at halting President Obama's executive amnesty.
A veteran educator at UCLA, who was fired for blowing the whistle on the junk science behind the passage of new emissions regulations in California, has finally won his lawsuit.
Texas is suing the federal government over what it considers another abuse of power.
Christian schools in Canada now have the freedom to teach ethics based on their faith.
A Christian law firm is urging a federal appeals court to reject the Obama administration's request for an executive order on amnesty to move forward.
The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that a practical joke was not a hate crime.
Answers in Genesis is seeking an injunction against Kentucky in its lawsuit over the Ark Encounter.
While no Alabama probate judges are under a federal court order to issue same-gender marriage licenses, a constitutional expert says the secular media is reporting the decision incorrectly.
An ethics ruling by the Arizona Supreme Court could have a negative impact on Christian judges.
The owner of a printing company in Kentucky is scheduled to stand before a judge today and demand the right to live out his religious beliefs in the workplace.