An appeals court issued a preliminary injunction against the federal government's contraceptive mandate, saying a Catholic-owned company does not have to comply with that part of the act.
Legal advice trumped church teaching when a Catholic hospital tried to defend itself in a lawsuit by claiming that twin fetuses who died at the hospital should not be considered persons.
A bipartisan political committee in Arizona hopes to gather more than 330,000 signatures by May to recall their controversial sheriff.
Update: Under the new proposed regulations, any employers who are exempt from filing taxes because of their religious status would be exempt from the mandate.
According to the Minneapolis Star Tribune:
Next week will be gun week in the Minnesota House.
In "amicus" briefs in two Supreme Court cases that weigh the constitutionality of same-sex marriage, the USCCB argues that redefining marriage is not required under the Constitution.
The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on Friday dismissed a lawsuit filed against the federal contraceptive mandate by the Washington archdiocese and its co-plaintiffs, saying the case is premature in light of the government's "promises to amend the mandate."
"Importantly, this ruling was not based on the merits of our case," said a statement issued by the archdiocese.
A New Mexico lawmaker has drawn fire for proposing legislation to classify an abortion after a sexual assault as "tampering with evidence."
Participants at the annual March for Life on Friday demonstrated just how determined they are by continuing a 40-year tradition of protesting the U.S. Supreme Court's decision legalizing abortion.
Editorial: The public needs to watch one of President Obama's executive orders on gun control carefully to ensure it is implemented fully.