For the second time this year, a New York City high school is denying students of faith their right to form a Christian club on campus.
Pro-life legal organizations are waiting for a response to the thrashing a federal official is giving California over forced coverage for abortion in insurance plans.
An injunction has been filed on behalf of a California grade-schooler who wasn't allowed to hand out candy canes with a faith message at last year's school Christmas party.
A Chicago law firm is asking a court in Elgin, Illinois, to get off the backs of former gang members who are now born-again Christians.
Following public pressure, a federal judge with past ties to Planned Parenthood has recused himself from an Ohio case involving the federally funded, nationwide abortion-provider.
Starting out with overwhelming support months ago, California’s “Yes on Proposition 46” campaign — designed to make doctors more financially accountable for malpractice — was struck down by a wider-than-anticipated margin last week, with 67 percent voting “no” and only 32 percent voting “yes.” This is compared to polling taken back in June and July showing that 58 percent supported raising the cap from $250,000 to $1.1 million, with only 30 percent opposing it.
Christians have won round one of a court challenge against pastor housing allowances but they can expect further attempts to negate it.
A highly decorated, active duty Army officer's 24-year career is in jeopardy because he tried to discipline two lesbian subordinates he believed were acting "inappropriately." A Christian law firm has now filed suit on his behalf.
A pro-life organization wants a Cincinnati federal judge out of the picture in a Planned Parenthood lawsuit.
Another federal judge has stopped another ObamaCare mandate case – at least temporarily – that involves a Christian organization.
A Colorado public school is telling students they can no longer pray together at school, even during free times.
Supporters of Texas abortion laws are lining up to help convince the Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold restrictions on abortion.
A pro-marriage organization believes a federal court decision handed down today against traditional marriage gives momentum to the effort to convince the Supreme Court to rule on the issue.
It's still unclear if a California University will have to answer in court for a professor who violated the free-speech rights of pro-life students on campus.
A nonprofit legal organization has taken the University of Georgia to court because of its very restrictive free-speech zones.
Another legal challenge to ObamaCare that raises crucial questions related to other pro-life cases awaits a federal court decision within the next few months.