- Can a Christian Flag Fly Outside Boston’s City Hall?The free speech question considered by the Supreme Court this week may hinge on whether the pole counts as a public forum.
- Supreme Court: Peace Cross Gets to Stay, But Not Because It’s ‘Secular’Update: The memorial is a Christian symbol—but also more than that.
- Play On: Supreme Court Gives Christian Schools a Big VictoryTrinity Lutheran ruling defends religious institutions from discrimination in certain public benefits.
- Should States Honor the Bible as a Historic But Not Sacred Book?Tennessee lawmakers fail to override governor's veto of Scripture as official state symbol.
- Houston Mayor Drops Pastor SubpoenasNational debate over religious freedom prompts withdrawal.
- Bless This Tackle? Not a PrayerChristians’ misguided fight for football devotions isn’t working.
- Are Pastors’ Homes That Different?Church and state rally to defend $700 million tax break.
- Judge Strikes Down Housing Tax Break for Pastors(UPDATED) Longstanding IRS exemption—last revised after Rick Warren dispute in 2002—currently saves pastors and other clergy $700 million per year.
- U.S. Appeals Court: Schools Can Ban WorshipRuling says New York ban on church services doesn't discriminate against expression. But legal scholars say the decision is unlikely to stand.
- Standing on Shaky Ground: Pastor Tax Break Threat LessensRuling means threat to pastor tax break may have lost its legs.