Patti Garibay, founder and executive director of American Heritage Girls (AHG) announced that the Girl Scouts USA “have lost their
Some 20,000 technology experts and investors attended Israel’s largest technology meeting in its history.
A federal judge Thursday lifted an injunction against the Trump administration’s ban on most transgender troops, moving the policy one
The Democratic-controlled House easily passed a resolution Thursday condemning anti-Semitism, but only after it was broadened to include Islamophobia.
Twenty-five percent of professing, practicing Christians live in households that regularly pray and practice Bible reading together and conduct outreach
The American Center for Law and Justice filed Freedom of Information Act demands with the state of Virginia, requesting all
A Minnesota Christian college canceled a scheduled speaking engagement with a pro-life speaker noting that her views were “sensationalized.”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released statistics showing that death from suicide, alcohol, and drugs hit their highest
A case concerning whether the government can lawfully bar religious buildings from receiving historic preservation funds was declined for review
A third-year student at Yale Law School said he thought he could survive as a Christian and a person committed
The conversation surrounding the topic of transgender athletes competing in women’s sports events continue. Former Olympic swimmer Sharron Davies spoke
The United States closed the doors on its consulate in East Jerusalem Monday. The consulate acted as the “de facto