An elderly woman, punished for sharing her faith with others at a Rhode Island public park, will be allowed to continue witnessing after attorneys met and discussed the First Amendment and religious rights.
A political pundit believes President Donald Trump's visit to Arizona earlier this week will help the incumbent Republican senator there who's in a tight race that could determine the balance of the Senate.
An organization whose mission is to preserve and advance a culture of family values in the state of Texas is concerned that the state health council ignored the governor's guidance away from LGBT policy.
A religious liberty law firm is awaiting a federal appeals court ruling that affects its client, a licensed professional counselor who demands the First Amendment right to free speech for his clients, and for himself, in the privacy of a counseling session.
A nationwide survey released last week reveals that roughly eight months after government lockdowns began targeting churches, only about one in ten Protestant pastors in the U.S. reports that their church attendance is close to pre-pandemic level.
Democratic Party presidential nominee Joe Biden says he wants to form a commission to reform the Supreme Court system – a statement that some see as just more evidence that the former vice president will indeed "pack" the high court if elected.