A Christian law firm is suing the city of Dallas, Texas, for attempting to silence the free speech of a group critical of President Barack Obama.
Home schooling parents may think twice before getting a second opinion about their children's health, since the Funkhousers of Virginia lost custody of their children and were charged with child abuse for making sure they got to the bottom of what was wrong when their children got sick.
For the first time since June 2013, and stemming the tide of dozens of federal, state and appeals court decisions striking down biblical marriage protection amendments that banned same-sex unions, a judge in Tennessee has ruled that his state's marriage protection amendment promoting "family continuity and stability is certainly a legitimate state interest."
The ObamaCare scorecard has not improved in the two latest federal court cases.
A conservative legal group is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a case involving "Choose Life" license plates to resolve disputes among lower courts.
There has been another victory in the fight against the Obama Administration's attempt to force religious institutions to provide abortion-inducing drugs to their employees.
A financial expert says even those who may not live near the Motor City – or anywhere in Michigan, for that matter – should pay attention to Detroit and its upcoming bankruptcy trial.
An organization for military veterans has filed suit on behalf of U.S. Army Master Sgt. Nathan Sommers, who became famous last fall for serving Chick-Fil-A sandwiches at his promotion ceremony.
A federal court has banned a Ten Commandments monument on city property in Bloomfield, New Mexico, after two people sued the city.
As the homosexual "marriage" issue goes to the Supreme Court, a judicial analyst recognizes that a biblical outcome is not guaranteed.
Detroit's bankruptcy trial is set to begin later this month, leaving a judge to decide the final plan of adjustment he will approve.
A U.S. district court judge has told officials with the Iowa State Fair they can force a street preacher to move away from fair attendees. But the preacher's attorney says the ruling may violate the U.S. Constitution.
The first phase of a court challenge to Texas' abortion clinic law is ending, likely setting the stage for an appeal.
A city in Kansas has discovered that violating free speech rights can hurt the city treasury.
A Christian medical worker in the United Kingdom is appealing a disciplinary action against her for praying with a Muslim employee.
Marriage amendments in several states are hanging in the balance with arguments held today. The final decision may boil down to a determination on states' rights.