The U.S. Supreme Court has left young people with same-sex attractions few choices in seeking help to change.
The opponents of religious freedom aren't stopping at trying to redefine marriage. In the words of one attorney, recent events indicate they also want to "ruin every aspect" of the lives of those who stand for natural marriage.
An upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case could have big implications for people and the Internet.
In the wake of yesterday's hearings in the Supreme Court, one constitutional law expert is convinced a decision favoring same-sex "marriage" won't sit well with the American people. Another says it dangerous that the high court is even trying to interpret the Constitution on marriage.
The Supreme Court will consider whether websites and firms that collect personal data can be sued for posting inaccurate information.
A bill currently in Congress is designed to give Supreme Court justices reason to think carefully about their actions outside the courtroom.
A Kentucky judge has ruled that a T-shirt company in Lexington can operate his business according to his faith and the government can't force him to do otherwise.
Attorneys on both sides of the marriage issue are before the Supreme Court today to determine whether the Constitution provides a right to same-sex "marriage."
Tuesday is the big day for arguments before the Supreme Court that will determine if there is a constitutional right to homosexual "marriage" or if the states define marriage. If the high court rules in favor of homosexual marriage, one constitutional law expert believes the public in general will lose confidence in the court.
A man convicted on drug charges has been absolved of guilt by the nation's highest court, and the case sends a lesson to others.
Houston voters are looking to a higher court to claim their right to petition the local government in a protracted battle over a pro-LGBT ordinance championed by their mayor, who is an open lesbian.
A former Justice Department attorney hopes the Supreme Court will intervene in a case that could go a long way toward preventing confessed non-citizens from being able to register to vote, thereby making a mockery of the election process.
Former North Carolina magistrates who were forced to resign after the courts legalized same-sex "marriage" in the state are now taking action.
A raisin case before the Supreme Court today could mean big things for the USDA and the Fifth Amendment.
Chipping away at ObamaCare one case at a time, pro-life advocates scored another victory for religious rights and preborn children on Thursday at the United States Supreme Court, where the controversial federal healthcare policy’s abortion mandate was struck down.
The chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court is being honored today with an award inspired by a letter written by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., when he was in jail.