Pro-life activists are warning that pregnant college student-athletes are not being fully informed about their rights under Title IX law and, in some cases, even being encouraged to get abortions by advisers within their institutions.
In a 50-minute phone interview on Friday, Carson avoided criticizing Farrakhan directly, declined to characterize Farrakhan's remarks as "hate speech," and would not rule out meeting with Farrakhan in the future to discuss policy concerns.
Police in Florida say a 17-year-old suspect accused of stabbing to death a 13-year-old boy and injuring a woman and her teenage son during a sleepover had converted to Islam and said the deadly attack was inspired by his Muslim faith.
A student at Indiana University of Pennsylvania claims that he has been barred from a religious studies class he needs to graduate this May and asked to apologize after voicing his belief that there are only two biological genders.
A federal judge has dismissed a Massachusetts lawsuit that aimed to obstruct the Trump administration’s decision to grant exemptions to Obamacare’s contraception mandate for employers with religious or moral issues with the directive.
A decision by federal judges at the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals earlier this month to order the removal of a memorial cross in Maryland has caused numerous religious and veteran advocates to cry foul.
Women’s March leader Linda Sarsour, along with several top officials from the Hamas-tied Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), were arrested Tuesday for rabble-rousing outside the office of speaker of the House Rep. Paul Ryan.
Minnesota's Saint Louis County has removed a long-standing "God's laws" plaque that was prominently displayed in the county courthouse in Hibbing after receiving a complaint from one of the nation's largest secular legal groups.
Something smells rotten at Harvard. A student group, Harvard Christian Faith & Action, has for several weeks now been subject to vitriol and slandering on the prestigious university’s campus. The group invited an ex-gay speaker, a Christian who advocates for homosexual celibacy, to one of its campus meetings; that led to the predictable charges of “homophobia” and “hatred,” with students claiming that the speaker “threatened” LGBT students with her beliefs.
The sign was not very hard to miss: “ANY AND ALL CHRISTIAN MUSIC IS BANNED.” That message was posted on an organ located in a commons area of Cambridge House, a condo building in Port Charlotte, Florida.