The lawyer for Barronelle Stutzman, a Christian florist who was sued by Washington state for declining to fulfill an order for a same-sex wedding, said her client could lose everything if the Supreme Court does not weigh in.
A young British actress is suing a UK theater company after it dismissed her from the lead role in a stage version of Award-winning play 'The Color Purple'.
Facebook has removed yet another LifeSiteNews post on “hate speech” grounds, this time suggesting it’s beyond the pale to argue that children should not be given puberty blockers.
A former Google employee has gone public with claims of election manipulation, intimidation, and political bias at the hands of the tech giant, including the “blacklisting” of certain websites, including The Christian Post.
In Maryland, a Christian school was told by state officials that it can’t participate in the voucher program anymore because of its biblical beliefs on marriage and sexuality.
There was no legal reason to disallow the ads. But what did Facebook do? You guessed it: "We ended up not allowing the ads."
In a landmark judgment, the UK Court of Appeal has upheld the rights of Christians to freely express their faith by handing victory to former student social worker Felix Ngole.
The California State Assembly has passed a resolution telling pastors to affirm homosexuality in violation of their biblical beliefs.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a Peace Cross war memorial on public land outside Washington, D.C., can stand, determining in a 7-2 decision that it does not violate the Constitution.