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A music director at one charter school in Rock Hill, S.C., reportedly said students are more than welcome to sing their celebrations of Christmas at upcoming performances – just not those songs that refer to Jesus Christ, or that have overtly religious overtones.
A pastor in Simi Valley, Calif. was both shocked and disturbed when he found out that his local Costco labels Bibles as fiction.
Parents in Wichita, Kan., were shocked to learn a giant wall display inside their children's elementary school was erected to promote the Five Pillars of Islam.
Fox News correspondent Todd Starnes says Facebook blocked him after he posted a lengthy remark about his political incorrectness, citing his favorable view of everything from the National Rifle Association to Jesus.
President Obama's supporters were outraged when the actor portraying Satan during the recent TV miniseries "The Bible" had more than a passing resemblance to Mr. Obama. Now, however, those same supporters seem determined to remove all doubt about the anti-religious bigotry underlying this administration's every official pronouncement.
Parents are outraged after an anti-bullying presentation for teenage girls at Linden Avenue Middle School in Red Hook, N.Y., required students to role-play a lesbian relationship.
Parents of a New York student are outraged after finding their daughter's homework that instructed her to formulate an argument against dropping the atomic bomb during World War II.
Rollins College has shut down a Bible study that was taking place in one of the dorm rooms, Fox News' Todd Starnes reports.
he Massachusetts Department of Education has issued a new directive for schools in the handling of transgendered students, including allowing them to use whichever restroom they choose.
The Transportation Security Administration has apologized to a Missouri family after it detained a 3-year-old disabled girl at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.
Facebook has issued an apology after suspending and threatening to shut down a conservative fan page over a posting that was critical of the Obama White House.
Jimmy Fallon has apologized to Republican presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann for the introduction that was played when she appeared on his show Monday.
the woman about what Costco plans to do with the existing Bibles with fiction stickers on them, she said Costco doesn't talk to the press.