The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected Louisiana Pentecostal Pastor Tony Spell’s petition seeking emergency relief from criminal charges for violating COVID-19 orders by holding in-person worship services during the lockdown.
New research on student grades conducted in one of the United States’ largest school districts shows that the number of students getting "F" marks has increased by 83% this year due to the COVID-19-related restrictions on in-person learning, with students with disabilities bearing the brunt.
A Christian woman in New Jersey has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against Starbucks, claiming the coffee chain fired her after she refused to wear an LGBT “Pride” T-shirt because of her religious beliefs.
Fewer than half of households with kids in the U.S. are “very confident” they can afford food over the next four weeks while 5.6 million households with children reported struggling to afford food in the last seven days, according to new Census survey data.
Months after revealing he is battling terminal lung cancer, popular conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh said while his journey into the “unknown” has been scary, he is thankful he has been allowed to live “one of the greatest lives anybody could have.”