In the direction of accommodation, but it's hard to say how far.
Tag - U.S. Supreme Court
(AP) — “The left is going to try very hard to say this is all about overturning Roe,” said Johnnie Moore, a Southern Baptist minister who was a co-chairman of the Trump campaign’s evangelical advisory board
(RNS) — A woman exercising her legal right to an abortion should not have to run a gauntlet of screaming opponents characterizing her choice and the difficult procedure she is about to undergo in the most horrifying terms.
(RNS) Neil Gorsuch was expected to fulfill the president’s promise to name a justice who would overturn Roe v. Wade. But after Gorsuch’s Senate testimony, some abortion foes are worried.
The Founders solved the religion problem by not solving the religious problem, which is why we still have to debate it each year.
The Alabama Court of the Judiciary suspended Moore, effective immediately, without pay for the remainder of his term, saying in a ruling that it had found "clear and convincing evidence" of ethical violations.
(RNS) A ruling expected any day now on President Obama's executive orders will show whether our nation still sees that immigrant rights are family rights.
(RNS) The court's ruling may define -- or redefine -- some of our culture’s most cherished ideas and principles, says a moral theologian.
(RNS) The First Amendment, according to Scalia, meant that government could not establish a national church; it did not mean that government should be secular.
WASHINGTON -- A 4-4 split on the court would impact rulings on abortion, immigration, voting rights, the Obamacare contraception mandate and more.
(RNS) Michael Newdow has unsuccessfully challenged the Pledge of Allegiance, the president's oath of office and "In God We Trust." He's at it again, this time taking a page from the Hobby Lobby case.
(RNS) The Religion Newswriters Association asked its members to rank the 10 top religion stories of 2015. Here's the list.
WASHINGTON — The justices will decide whether tough new restrictions placed on abortion clinics and doctors in Texas constitute an "undue burden" on women seeking legal abortions and should be struck down.
(RNS) The Supreme Court will uphold the requirement that religious nonprofits sign a waiver to avoid paying for contraceptive services.
DES MOINES, Iowa —The candidates must establish their conservative credentials by voicing opposition to legal abortion, give a “full-throated” endorsement of one-man, one-woman marriage and condemn the U.S Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex...