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A federal court has ordered Southwest Airlines to reinstate a flight attendant the company terminated after she objected to the use of union dues to fund political causes that go against her deeply held beliefs.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Tennessee (ACLU-TN) threatened to file a formal complaint to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services against a Memphis-based hospital after it temporarily stopped performing gender-affirming surgeries.
A Catholic church in Michigan is suing the state over a civil rights law that the religious institution argues will force it to violate its beliefs on marriage and gender — there only being only two sexes and not a plethora of genders.
Abortion activists have allegedly warned a Catholic ministry center in Nebraska that they will carry out a mass shooting at the facility if an abortion ban passes.
More than 50 public libraries have not accepted an offer for a Kirk Cameron story hour featuring his new children’s book, even though they allow drag queen story hours, according to his publisher.
The head of a Christian pro-family group in Virginia says a local restaurant refused service to the organization last week over its views on marriage and abortion.
Minister and Democrat incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock defeated Republican challenger and former football player Herschel Walker in Georgia's runoff election on Tuesday, further solidifying Democrat control of the upper chamber of Congress.
At a red carpet event, the cast, directors and producers of the new film "Why the Nativity?" produced by televangelist David Jeremiah's Turning Point Studios have shared how creating the project inspired them in their own walks with Christ.
Worship leader David Crowder known synonymously by Crowder released a new Christmas album titled Milk & Cookies, where he combines deep spiritual topics with playful Christmas themes.
A pro-life think tank has voiced its support for a proposed U.S. Food and Drug Administration rule seeking to increase regulatory safeguards for research on "human subjects," claiming that the current system fails to address issues with informed consent, patient privacy and commercialization of donated fetal tissue.
With their threat to strike, railroad unions are holding a gun to the heads of American consumers
A new survey reveals that most Americans support religious liberty protections for medical professionals and institutions opposed to participating in procedures that violate their religious beliefs and commitment to "do no harm."