First Liberty

An Army chaplain delivers a sermon to soldiers during an Easter service. A chaplain who was serving at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, is responding to an investigator's finding of discrimination after the chaplain said he couldn't include a same-sex couple on a marriage retreat because of his endorsing church's rules.

Army Chaplain Cleared of ‘Dereliction of Duty’ in Gay Marriage Dust Up

U.S. Army Chaplain Scott Squires was facing a recommendation he be charged with dereliction of duty after he rescheduled a soldier in a same-sex marriage, which violates the tenets of his Southern Baptist faith, from his own marriage retreat to one led by a chaplain with no such conflict.

Woman Praying

Supreme Court Keeps Woman’s ‘Right to Prayer’ Lawsuit Alive

Mary Anne Sause, a Kansas woman who claims police violated her First Amendment right to the free exercise of religion when they commanded her to stop praying, will have another day in court after the Supreme Court of the United States ordered a lower court Thursday to reconsider her lawsuit.