The Supreme Court could soon decide to take up a case involving a Washington State florist who refused to provide services for a same-sex wedding.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday listened to opening remarks in a hot-button case pitting religious and artistic conviction against discrimination targeting the LGBT community.
Tucker Carlson debated the founder of the Satanic Temple on his show Friday and called him out as "just a troll" trying to bother others.
ABC News called a religious freedom law firm an "anti-LGBT hate group" in a story about Attorney General Jeff Sessions' speech to the group.
Michigan farmer Steve Tennes and his family have been told that they can't sell their crops at a local farmers market due to their views on same-sex marriage, and now they're suing the city of East Lansing.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday that will allow churches and other religious organizations to become more active politically without risking their tax-exempt status.
A middle school football coach in Florida is being criticized for kneeling in prayer alongside his team before a game.
A Texas judge could be sued for starting every court session with a short prayer.
An Air Force veteran was forcibly removed from a retirement ceremony in a shocking scene that was caught on camera.
“It's like when a kid gets upset and says he's going to take his ball and go home,” Rep. Mark Walker (R-NC) said.
Forced to shut down shop for following their religious beliefs and refusing to make a cake for a gay wedding, two Christian bakers broke a government-ruled gag order and spoke out on "The Kelly File" tonight.
Pope Francis called for the world to take action now to address climate change, calling it "a problem that can no longer be left to future generations."