A California junior college has to fork over $50,000 to settle a lawsuit for previously refusing to deal with its unconstitutional speech policies.
The State of Texas is officially inquiring about the termination of former Fox Sports on-air personality Craig James last fall.
The founder of Liberty Counsel believes a federal judge erred in ruling that the First Amendment doesn't apply when it comes to professors at public universities sharing their faith in the classroom.
A county elected official in Virginia wants to know on what grounds the Southern Poverty Law Center designates his pro-family organization a "hate group."
Planned Parenthood is unhappy with restrictions on use of RU-486 in Arizona and is expressing no concern for the safety of women. That's the view of a traditional values attorney in the same state.
Liberty Institute is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to protect the Mt. Soledad Memorial Cross in San Diego.
At least two experts on a U.S. Supreme Court case involving the EPA and greenhouse gas regulation predict the Court will rule against the agency.
In an incredible turn of events, the federal government has changed its mind and will allow a homeschooling family to remain in the United States and avoid the persecution they would likely face back in Germany.
A California legal group is disappointed that a judge has granted an atheist group's request to stop construction of a memorial honoring veterans.
The Rutherford Institute is targeting Maryland school officials who claim they should be immune from liability in a lawsuit filed by two former lacrosse players whose Fourth Amendment rights were violated.
A California legal group says a decision by a federal appeals court to allow school officials to ban the American flag is an "abridgment of free speech."
The Supreme Court is likely to decide this summer on a case involving the EPA and greenhouse gases. So what happens if the court rules in favor or against the EPA?
Atheists want to remove a cross that sits on public property in Bladensburg, Maryland, but one legal group doesn’t think that will happen.
UPDATE (Tuesday, March 4, 2014) ... Deportation proceedings against German homeschooling family have been deferred indefinitely. (Read more ...)
Now that a homeschooling family's last judicial hope for asylum in the U.S. has been dashed, an attorney fears they will face "certain persecution" if forced to return to Germany – unless his legal firm can find another avenue to help them.
A Texas-based law firm dedicated to defending religious liberty wants to know the motivation of the IRS in springing a surprise audit on a pro-Israel organization.
Liberty Counsel is pursuing all possible remedies to return an ailing daughter from court-ordered foster care to her loving parents.