An issue involving ObamaCare goes before the U.S. Supreme Court this week.
A law firm is calling for an independent prosecutor after the latest revelation from the Internal Revenue Service.
North Carolina is moving on a bill to protect the consciences and religious beliefs of government officials who deal with marriage.
A ruling by New York's highest court raises a question about safety: how much freedom should child sex offenders enjoy?
The U.S. Supreme Court hears a case today, February 25, that many employers around the country are giving serious attention.
The U.S. Supreme Court is being asked to decide whether specialty plates for nonprofit groups equate to government endorsement of their messages.
The City of Atlanta and its mayor will defend the firing of its Christian fire chief in court.
Attorneys are deciding whether they should appeal a Third Circuit Court decision that is forcing Pennsylvania Christian College to provide access to abortion pills under the HHS mandate.
A court in Washington is telling a florist it's okay to believe in what she wants to believe, but not to practice her religion in her business.
A Christian law firm calls the decision by a federal judge to put a hold on President Obama's Executive Order for amnesty a "significant victory" against the president's constitutional overreach.
Alliance Defending Freedom is suing the City of Atlanta and its mayor on behalf of the city's former fire chief, Kelvin Cochran.
Probate judges and others in Alabama are waiting to see if they must bow to a ruling issued by one federal judge over homosexual "marriage."
A charter school in California that was being sued for religious discrimination conceded last week by agreeing to change an unconstitutional policy.
Liberty Counsel is prepared to become involved in the battle between Alabama's state court system and a federal judge in Mobile who overturned that state's marriage amendment.
A New Jersey court has issued a partial decision in a case involving a group that helps people with same-sex attractions. But the facts of the case aren't being reported correctly.
A federal court hearing today on Alabama's marriage confusion won't be the last of court action on the matter.