A federal appeals court ruled against a group of Christian evangelists who were forced to leave an Arab-American street festival in Dearborn, Michigan, in 2012.
The two year anniversary of Pastor Saeed Abedini's imprisonment in Iran is next month and with it a new focus by the U.S. Government to see him and other Americans released.
U.S. airstrikes in Iraq are helping to weaken ISIS. But lawmakers are calling on the White House to do more as concerns grow about the threat the jihadist army poses to the West.
A federal judge has temporarily blocked a new abortion law in Louisiana. The law would require abortion clinics to have hospital admitting privileges within 30 miles of their facilities.
Senator Ted Cruz, R-Texas, was among the keynote speakers at a Texas-Americans for Prosperity Summit over the holiday weekend.
ISIS is on the march in the Mideast, Iran is developing nukes, and Russia is sizing up Ukraine. In this increasingly chaotic world, can America outmaneuver its enemies by talking to them?
Experts note that America's culture of spending and instant gratification often keep people from real retirement planning. But it doesn't have to be that way.
London raised the terror level in the UK from "substantial" to "severe." Meanwhile, President Obama is drawing criticism for admitting he has no strategy for fighting ISIS.
An estimated 100,000 American children are trafficked every year in the commercial sex industry. Experts believe one of the best ways to reduce these numbers is to shut down demand.
The FBI and Secret Service are working together to investigate cyberattacks against several U.S. banks.
The European Union is giving Russia a one-week ultimatum to scale back its intervention in Ukraine or face additional economic sanctions.
A West Virginia mayor's video plea for religious leaders to pray for his city is going viral.
New Hampshire's Supreme Court upheld a state business education tax credit that funds scholarships to private schools.