Introducing our special project on the changing nature of beliefs and practices among teens, 20-, and 30-somethings
In response to my article, “Are Jews White?,” some people, primarily on Twitter, have voiced concerns about the headline…
Trump's election has reopened questions that have long seemed settled in America—including the acceptability of open discrimination against minority groups.
A conversation with the Purdue University professor Su’ad Abdul Khabeer, whose new book documents the connection between Islam and hip-hop culture in the United States
They’re worried about poverty, hunger, drug addiction, and the “softness” of the country. And they’ve got high expectations for their president.
A new documentary series, co-produced by the quarterback, Michael Strahan, and Gotham Chopra, is a surprisingly meditative look at the way sports give people a sense of meaning in life.
A conversation with a historian about the slow creep of discrimination, from the U.S. government to church groups
Blase Cupich, who has been called America’s Pope Francis, has just been given a powerful new position in Rome. Can he keep his own city from being destroyed by gun violence?
If progressives want to win back political influence in America, they may need the support of the people they see as racists.
Synagogues hosted prayer and healing services on Wednesday for congregants grappling with the outcome of the U.S. presidential election.
White, conservative Christians voted for the Republican candidate by a huge margin, but this election revealed deep fractures among leaders and churches—especially along racial lines.
The Philadelphia GOP was supposed to be a minority party in a Democratic-leaning swing state. On election night, something else entirely happened.
The Democratic nominee spoke to a celebratory crowd in Philadelphia—but elsewhere, Americans remain divided.
The residents of one county evenly divided between Democrats and Republicans look forward to the day when they are not being bombarded with political appeals.
Politicians are descending on the Keystone State, which will help determine which party wins the Senate—and the White House.
Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Greenville, Mississippi, was reportedly set on fire and spray painted with the words “Vote Trump” on Tuesday night.
Democrats have filed nearly half a dozen lawsuits against the Republican presidential nominee and his party about “ballot security” efforts. It seems the old days of poll watching never ended.
The Archdiocese of Boston gave $850,000 to oppose an upcoming ballot measure—the second largest donation given to the campaign.
This November, voters will weigh a statewide proposition about condoms and worker rights.
The agency is investigating more emails related to Hillary Clinton. Whether or not it finds something in the next 11 days, its announcement could affect the outcome on November 8.
Evangelicals at the school are tired of politics—and the party that gave them Trump.