.The portion of Americans with no religious affiliation is rising significantly, in tandem with a sharp drop in the percentage that identifies as Christians, according to new data from the Pew Research Center.
If is passes, the bill would go into effect in July 2020.
In an effort to get more young people to pray for world peace, the Vatican has launched a $110 wearable digital rosary, called the “Click To Pray eRosary.”
The Phoenix Police Department being sued by one of its own police sergeants.
A linebacker with the New Orleans Saints says he has won an appeal of a fine the NFL levied on him for more than $7,000 for wearing a headband that reads: Man of God.
A high-ranking leader from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints urged members Saturday to adhere to the faith's law of chastity that forbids premarital sex despite mocking by others on social media.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation filed a complaint with the Texas State Commission on Judicial Conduct on Thursday, saying it was inappropriate for Judge Tammy Kemp to give Amber Guyger her Bible and read a passage from it.
"Bring Your Bible to School Day" is a national event sponsored by the Christian organization Focus on the Family, which reports that more than 650,000 students participated in last year’s movement
An Ohio church used its message sign to condemn the actions of a thief who stole a brand new air conditioning unit from the grounds.
The phrase “thoughts and prayers” has become so commonly used following tragic events and natural disasters that there are now countless memes mocking the gesture.
Some Valley residents are nervously eyeing plans for redevelopment in their area, as plans call for big changes to the land that churches currently sit on.
Imagine not having air conditioning in this heat. That is what one church in Phoenix is dealing with, after thieves cut out the copper pipes in their system.
The leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints reaffirmed the religion’s opposition to gay marriage Tuesday, while explaining that leaders lifted a short-lived ban on baptisms for children of gay parents because they felt the “heartache” it caused.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is calling on students to participate in Bring Your Bible to School Day as a celebration of faith and religious freedom in America.
An apartment complex near the University of Arizona campus intends to evict residents who threw glass bottles and alcohol at a neighboring mosque.
A Mississippi wedding venue that refused to host an interracial couple on their big day — reportedly citing "Christian belief" — has seemingly backtracked after the owner reread the Bible and spoke with her pastor.
The "Harry Potter" series has been banned from a Catholic school in Tennessee because the fictional magic used "actual curses and spells," according to a pastor who described the beloved books as "a possible threat" to their beliefs.
An appeals court has upheld a ruling that concluded two towns on the Arizona-Utah border had discriminated against people who weren't members of a polygamous sect, rejecting an argument that a judge made an error in finding there was a conspiracy between the church and towns.
A Utah death row inmate featured in the popular book "Under the Banner of Heaven" after killing his sister-in-law and her child for resisting his polygamist beliefs inched closer to becoming the first American to be executed by firing squad in nearly a decade after losing his latest appeal.
Imprisoned polygamist leader Warren Jeffs has allegedly suffered a mental breakdown and isn't fit to give a deposition in a sex abuse case against him, according to a recent court filing.