New report features nearly 350 pages of reported attacks on religious liberty in the U.S.
What the Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans Say They Will Do With President's Supreme Court Nominee
The Republicans made their intentions known to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Tuesday afternoon.
For many Americans, Muslim terrorists may be relocated a little too close to home.
Chief Justice John Roberts paid tribute to Antonin Scalia before the remaining justices engaged in a testy argument over the rights of criminal defendants.
The FAMiLY LEADER has issued a national call to prayer for the Iowa senator.
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The vice president said it wouldn't be in the president's instinct to "pick the most liberal jurist in the nation and put them on the court."
The White House announced the president and first lady would not be attending earlier this week, but has not said what they will be doing instead.
In Massachusetts, an effort is underway to advance state legislation to require co-ed and transgender bathrooms. Here's how it's being pushed on the public.
What happens next could have huge ramifications for Christians that go well beyond the next two or four years.
While a few on the Right questioned the details of the Supreme Court justice's death, others on the Left publicly celebrated his sudden passing.
U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) said Tuesday he will wait until President Obama names his pick to fill the vacancy before deciding whether to hold confirmation hearings.
In his final message, delivered in March of 2012, Colson said American culture had to be changed through a grass-roots effort.
The president's "short list" of seven names reads like a who's who of people Christians and conservatives alike would not want anywhere near the high court.
There is much for evangelical and charismatic Christians to be concerned about over the loss of the Supreme Court's most conservative voice, and the battle over his replacement.
President Obama said he would be reflecting upon the persecution of Christians all around the world.
Ken Paxton has always proudly displayed his Christian faith, and by acting on it, he's now facing the immediate end of his political career.
President Barack Obama paid a nostalgic visit on Wednesday to the place that launched his political career.
"If pro-Muslim candidates win in this fall's election, America will be a 'very different country'."
Congress can advance elements of the budget without endorsing the entire proposal, which is likely to call for roughly $4 trillion in total spending.