As justices inside the Supreme Court prepared to hear oral arguments to determine whether or not same-sex marriage bans in certain states are constitutional on Tuesday morning, crowds of demonstrators gathered to support both sides of the argument.
As former presidential candidate Rick Santorum closed his remarks Monday evening at George Washington University, controversy thats been brewing for nearly a month at the school was visible: half of the students in the auditorium stood in applause while the other half of the room sat stone-faced.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg joined Katie Couric yesterday to discuss everything from her retirement plans (or lack thereof) to her fashionable collar collection.
Pastors and faith leaders from across the country will have the opportunity to meet with several members of the House Republican Conference tonight at the U.S. Capitol.
How long will American leaders ignore the end of religious liberty in Christianity's birthplace?
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius refuses to remark on whether Americans will be forced to pay for abortions under Obamacare.
If Obamacare’s computer glitches, increased premiums and war on small business weren’t enough, concerned Americans can add a hidden abortion surcharge to their list of grievances against the overbearing health care law. Pro-life congressmen are fighting back.
On September 24, 2013, the Little Sisters of the Poor became the first group to file a class-action lawsuit against the HHS Mandate, saying that they would be unable to comply with the requirement to provide employees with free access to birth control, sterilization, and abortifacients.