A Pennsylvania county is fighting back after a federal judge ordered the cross that adorns its official seal removed on grounds its placement is unconstitutional, National Review reported Tuesday.
The town of Brookville, Indiana is the latest to become entangled in a dispute with the Freedom From Religion Foundation. The atheist group is demanding that a 50-year-old nativity scene be removed from outside a local courthouse.
A Delaware high school football team has been forced to change a longstanding post-game ritual of praying together after an atheist advocacy group obtained a photo of the head coach and players bowing their heads in prayer.
An Arkansas pizzeria is under fire for offering a 10-percent discount for customers who come in with a church bulletin on Sundays.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said the Freedom From Religion Foundation basically wants churches to not only refrain from endorsing politicians but also from discussing public policy.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation has struck a deal with the IRS. The agency has decided to keep an eye on nonprofit religious groups that are accused of preaching politics.
The Internal Revenue Service has reached a so-called “secret agreement” with atheists to probe churches and religious groups’ political activity.
An atheist group has sparked outrage with a sign at the Wisconsin Capitol that reads, “Nobody died for our ‘sins,’ Jesus Christ is a myth.”
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker believes he can do all things through Christ, but an atheist group charges that he cannot do all things through Christ on his official social media platforms.
Iowa State University will remove bibles from its hotel rooms, effective March 1, after the Freedom From Religion Foundation claimed that the bibles were “unwelcome religious propaganda.”
A North Carolina football coach is under fire for leading his team in prayer. Coach Hal Capps has been ordered to stop praying with students after a Mooresville High School parent complained.