A legal group is responding to a move by officials to squelch the religious freedom of a California landowner who erected a chapel on his property.
A fiscal policy expert is sympathetic towards pensioners and bond holders when it comes to getting their money in Detroit.
A legal group says a federal appellate court's decision to broadcast court hearings makes trials a legal spectacle.
A federal judge has granted an injunction for an automotive dealership that opposes the abortion mandate in ObamaCare.
A fiscal policy expert likes the decision that Detroit will be able to fix its finances in bankruptcy court.
On Monday the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit by Liberty University challenging ObamaCare. But an attorney for Liberty Counsel, which filed the suit, says future challenges may be possible.
A public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption has weighed in on a lawsuit challenging President Obama's recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board.
The American Humanist Association is suing a public school teacher in Missouri because she prayed for an injured student, allegedly violating the Establishment Clause.
"Joy to the World" and "O Come All Ye Faithful" will be heard during a Christmas performance now that a South Carolina school has lifted a ban on religious music.
Homosexuals in Texas are asking a federal judge to force officials to stop upholding the state's marriage amendment.
Christian owners of a hotel in Britain are wondering about their future now that the country's Supreme Court has ruled they can't practice their faith in their business when it comes to homosexuals.
Pastors need not be concerned in the short run about a decision declaring their housing allowance unconstitutional – that's the advice from the founder of Liberty Counsel.
The attorney general of Texas is taking the federal government to court over hiring guidelines that could negatively impact public and private employers.
The Ohio Supreme Court has handed down a mixed decision regarding science teacher John Freshwater, a Christian who was fired in 2008 after the school board accused him if improperly injecting religion into the classroom.
A Florida Catholic law school has joined the growing ranks of other religious schools and businesses filing suit against the Obama administration's contraception mandate.