In rare public remarks, Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker spoke at an event celebrating religious freedom Wednesday.
A county judge in Wisconsin ruled last month that the city of De Pere’s nondiscrimination ordinance infringed on the right of religious freedom, granting a victory to five churches and a religious broadcaster which brought a legal challenge against the statute.
A recently released report found Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D., Hawaii) is closely tied to Hindu Americans who favor Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and are connected to Hindu nationalist organizations in India.
Egypt’s Christians continue to struggle to get government approval for church building and repair projects despite the reforms implemented by a church construction law approved in 2016. A new report by the Project on Middle East Democracy (POMED) concluded that “the positive impact” of the law “has been minimal.”
Over the past year, the United States has taken steps to aid Christians driven from their homes in Iraq after ISIS swept through the region. Nevertheless, much remains to be done to rebuild the communities of Christians, Yazidis, and other religious minorities.
After a seven-year legal battle America’s largest religious media company no longer faces the prospect of violating its faith to comply with Obamacare’s contraception mandate.
Mihrigul Tursun, a Uyghur Muslim who survived a re-education camp in China, testified before a congressional committee Wednesday and called for Uyghurs to have independence from China.
Buildings around the world will turn scarlet on Nov. 28 as part of Red Wednesday, an initiative launched to show solidarity with persecuted Christians.
Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Wednesday acquitted a Christian woman who has been on death row for nearly eight years on blasphemy charges.