A Pennsylvania elementary school will no longer say “God Bless America” after reciting the Pledge of Allegiance following a legal complaint brought by a parent.
French churches are increasingly under threat from arson and desecration, but the government and press continue to provide little coverage of these attacks.
The Trump administration will safeguard the rights of doctors to decline performing procedures they find morally objectionable.
The 2019 annual report of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) highlights worsening religious freedom conditions in China over the past year.
A secular advocacy group called on Gov. Doug Ducey (R., Ariz.) to remove a religious post on the governor’s Facebook page from Easter, but the governor does not intend to take it down.
Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney praised President Donald Trump’s personal commitment to the protection of religious liberty while speaking at the 15th annual National Catholic Prayer breakfast on Tuesday.
A federal appeals court sided with the city of Philadelphia against a foster parent and the Catholic foster care agency with which she works in a Monday ruling.
A Michigan farmer is challenging city officials after he was banned from a farmer’s market following a Facebook post in which he affirmed the Catholic Church’s teachings on marriage.
The Supreme Court on Thursday granted a death row inmate a stay of execution because he had been denied access to a Buddhist chaplain, changing course from its denial of a Muslim man who requested an imam in his execution chamber in February.
Newly minted Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh issued a comment Monday signaling his commitment to the court’s pro-religious-liberty jurisprudence, a move that may signal his views on a major religion case likely to be decided later this term.