A federal judge who frequently sides with conservatives just handed anti-LGBTQ Christian employers a big win.
Pamela Ricard, a former math teacher at Fort Riley Middle School, argued that the district’s policies on preferred pronouns violated her religious beliefs.
Don’t look now, but the Supreme Court seems poised to strike another blow at the wall between church and state.
Khan, whose son died in the Iraq War, gained national recognition in 2016 when he slammed Donald Trump for his hateful rhetoric toward Muslims.
A Christian school in Kentucky claimed coronavirus safety rules violated its religious freedom.
Religious liberty wasn't on the table during justices' deliberations in Bostock v. Clayton County. That could make all the difference for LGBTQ workers.
Gov. Laura Kelly claims a Republican council doesn't have the authority to revoke her executive order prohibiting faith gatherings of over 10 people.
A federal court previously granted his "IM GOD" license plate request as a matter of free speech.
If signed into law, adoption agencies in the state could be protected from suits if they refuse to place a child based on "religious or moral" beliefs.
Utah's Rep. Chris Stewart claims his bill will “bridge that gap” between preventing discrimination and allowing religion to inform individual decisions.