A top congressional Republican is asking for answers after the National Institutes of Health appears to have admitted that contrary to multiple previous assertions, United States taxpayer dollars did fund gain-of-function research that could have caused the coronavirus.
Newly publicized emails reveal that the National School Boards Association consulted with the Biden administration when crafting a letter that critics believe likened activism of concerned parents to “domestic terrorism.”
A newly released survey reveals that the ideologies of postmodernism and secular humanism have a noticeable influence on how Americans make decisions.
An Amazon driver has been arrested for wearing a wig and going into a girls’ bathroom while wearing shoes equipped with cameras.
A proposed constitutional amendment that would restrict the government’s ability to place restrictions on worship services will appear on the ballot before Texas voters this Election Day.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has approved a regulation change that allows physicians’ assistants, nurses and midwives to perform abortions.
A megachurch in Missouri has been awarded a settlement of nearly $150,000 following a dispute with its local government over coronavirus restrictions.
The Biden administration is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a lower court decision allowing a Texas law banning abortions as early as six weeks of gestation to remain in effect as litigation continues.
Parents groups in Loudoun County, Virginia, aren’t holding back their condemnation of the school board after one member resigned and the superintendent apologized for the district’s handling of two sexual assault allegations against a trans-identified male student.
Arizona’s attorney general is calling on the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate Facebook’s role in providing a platform to human traffickers and drug cartels as the surge of migration at the southwest border continues.