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.
The Supreme Court is throwing out an Oregon court ruling against bakers who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.
In a hotly anticipated decision, the Washington Supreme Court ruled against a florist who was fined for not providing services for a gay couple's wedding.
The owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop -- which won a case before the U.S. Supreme Court recently -- was sued for a third time this week.
YouTube censored ‘Borderless,’ a new documentary about mass immigration from independent filmmaker Lauren Southern, on the day of its release.