Deadly storms have moved through the northeastern part of the United States, killing at least five people, including a child.
Former Maryland official Robin Bartlett Frazier says there's a war on religious liberty. She shares why she was willing to go to jail over the name "Jesus."
The NYT ran an ad criticizing the Catholic church and its members on the Supreme Court for the Hobby Lobby ruling, which has social media buzzing on both sides.
Chicago is reeling after a sudden escalation in deadly violence. Over the July 4th weekend, the biggest fireworks were the guns of gangbangers going off.
Segments of the country are recovering from violent storms that hit Monday.
Although churches have worked with the Obama administration for weeks, they've not received guidance on how they can help the kids flooding the U.S. border.
Little Sisters of the Poor is on "The Dirty 100" list of groups that sued the Obama administration over its mandate to provide contraceptive coverage.
Hurricane Arthur has been downgraded to a tropical storm as it churns north toward Canada.
Hurricane Arthur is a holiday headache for many this Fourth of July as the Category 2 storm forced power outages and flooding in parts of Virginia and North Carolina.
The Supreme Court has given a break to an evangelical college that objects to the birth control mandate in Obamacare.