The Israeli-owned food vendor that was uninvited from a Philadelphia food and culture festival after organizers of the event received threats of protest towards them, said it hopes to meet with representatives for the sake of "creating a safe space for everyone in the future."
The IRS recently rejected the tax-exemption status for a Texas-based Christian group over its alleged ties to the Republican party. The decision is being appealed by First Liberty Institute, which said the politicized IRS is wrong to see Biblical values as exclusively Republican.
Two Jewish mental health professionals of Stanford University's Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) division filed federal and state complaints alleging the hostile environment for Jewish employees that was present in the devision's diversity, equity and inclusion program.
A petition asking for the resignation of a New Hampshire school superintendent has gained momentum after an incident where students at the district's high school prom were marked with a black Sharpie to signify their vaccination status.
Both Christian leaders and academics have noted the "fewer loud voices" speaking up for Israel during the most recent Israeli-Palestinian conflict, attributing that lessening to a long-standing campaign by self-described "peace-making" groups that are swaying support away from the younger generation.
Attorneys with the Thomas More Society recently secured settlements in two major religious liberty cases: South Bay United Pentecostal Church, et al. v. Newsom, et al. and Father Trevor Burfitt v. Newsom, et al. The state of California must now pay $2,150,000 in attorneys' fees.
A video clip of a Black father and his daughter denouncing critical race theory, which eventually went viral on social media, is inspired by real-life experience according to the dad that created it.
Coronation Street actress Maureen Lipman resigned after the union put out the call encouraging participation in the a recent pro-Palestinian march in London.
A California District Court entered an order this week approving Liberty Counsel's settlement of a lawsuit on behalf of Pasadena's Harvest Rock Church and Harvest International Ministry against California Governor Gavin Newsom and his COVID-19 restrictions.
A Christian school chaplain has launched legal action after first being reported to the government's terrorist watchdog group and then losing his job for a sermon he delivered encouraging respect and debate on "identity ideologies".
Private Christian College of the Ozarks is fighting a Biden administration executive order that requires a interpretation of the word "sex" in the Fair Housing Act that would not discriminate based on gender identity or sexual orientation.
More than 200 notable thinkers, intellectuals and activists from the American Jewish community have signed the 'Jewish Harper's Letter', expressing their support for freedom of expression and their condemnation of alleged "suppression of dissent" among Jews.
Pastor John Sherwood was arrested last month in West London after complaints about allegedly homophobic comments he made during a sermon on marriage.
While conservative voices in America warn against the dangers of incorporating critical race theory and decolonization into university curriculum, one Bryn Mawr assistant professor is taking her anti-racism teaching methods to universities nationwide.
President Joe Biden's son is set to make a guest speaking appearance this fall in Tulane University's 10-week course entitled "Media Polarization and Public Policy Impacts."
Royals Harry and Meghan are showing some decline in popularity while the queen, her sons Prince Edward and Charles and other royals are receiving a marked increase according to the latest YouGov survey.
Produced by "Justified" actor Nick Searcy, "America, America" features conservatives Charlie Kirk and Ben Shapiro, among others, sharing stories about the importance of religion in American history.
While members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association agree with Philip Berk's firing, they also say the lack of black journalists in Tinseltown is not their doing.
Responding to LA Supervisor Kathryn Barger's withdrawal of his nomination to the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, Dr. Drew Pinsky said Tuesday he only wanted to lend his years of experience dealing with substance addiction and mental issues to a spot on the commission.
A new Netflix show featuring social influencers in Australia's Byron Bay has real-life residents there upset their town is being inaccurately portrayed.
White Bear Lake, Minnesota's City Manager confirmed Friday that local high school student Avery Severson was wrongly accused of sending racial threats to several students of color at White Bear Lake High School through Instagram's group chat feature.