A federal court has started hearing the discrimination case filed by an Atlanta fire chief who was dismissed from his job after he released a book that defended the Biblical view of marriage and sexuality.
The Little Sisters of the Poor are heading back to court after several states filed a lawsuit against the religious exemption from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) mandate that requires employers to provide coverage for contraceptives in their healthcare plans.
A senior U.S. State Department official has called on the Sudanese government to "immediately suspend" its confiscation and demolition of churches and recommended that government officials hold roundtable talks with Christian leaders to settle disputes.
A school district in Oklahoma has launched an investigation into an incident involving a high school football coach who was reportedly seen praying with his student-athletes before a game earlier this month.
A media group allied with the Islamic State has released a new poster depicting a beheaded Pope Francis, just days after it disseminated an image featuring a masked man driving towards Vatican City's St. Peter's Basilica.
The National Graphic Museum in Washington, D.C. has launched a new 3-D exhibit called "Tomb of Christ: The Church of the Holy Sepulchre Experience" to allow visitors to catch a glimpse of one of Christianity's holiest sites in Jerusalem.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) has accused the newly-opened Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. of indoctrinating its visitors and said that it has taken steps to ensure that the institution has not received any taxpayer funds.
A Vietnamese Christian, who has worked with the charity Open Doors USA, has shared how he had risked his life to share the Gospel throughout his home country, where there are increasing restrictions against the practice of any faith other than Buddhism.
A new report produced by Amnesty International has found that a majority of the victims of the Islamic State-allied militants in Marawi were Christians, some of whom were used by the group as human shields or sex slaves.
Jacqueline Furnari, the daughter of imprisoned American pastor Andrew Brunson, has called on lawmakers to help secure the release of her father so that he could attend her wedding and walk her down the aisle.