In 2019, Democrats accused the Trump administration of trying to rig the 2020 Census. But a Census Bureau study released last week shows Republican-led states may have been more negatively affected in terms of both congressional representation and federal funding after the once-a-decade headcount.
Pro-lifers have been fighting for nearly fifty years, and now a key victory may be in sight, with the expected overturning of Roe v. Wade. On the other side, abortion supporters claim the science hasn't changed since 1973. But state-of-the-art ultrasound technology is proving they're dead wrong.
State Farm, a leading company within the insurance industry that has served the public for 100 years, appears to be focused on more than just selling insurance.
The Justice Department has announced new guidelines, including grants and other steps to raise awareness about hate crimes across the country.
A community is shocked after a Georgia pastor was allegedly murdered last week by a man she was helping mentor.
Valedictorian Elizabeth Bonker, who has a non-speaking form of autism, delivered an inspiring message recently to the class of 2022 during the commencement speech at Rollins College in Florida.
More than a year later, one California county continues to defy a U.S. Supreme Court ruling, targeting a San Jose church and its pastor with massive fines for holding church services in 2020 during the pandemic.
An independent investigation found that leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) failed to properly look into allegations of sexual abuse over a 20-year period.
Churches in the New Mexico community of Ruidoso have come together to help wildfire victims with basic needs and to share the Gospel.
An abortion clinic that serves women from all over the U.S. South had its license suspended this weekend under an emergency order from Florida health officials after two women who had undergone procedures at the clinic were hospitalized this year.