Introducing our special project on the changing nature of beliefs and practices among teens, 20-, and 30-somethings
Evangelicals at the school are tired of politics—and the party that gave them Trump.
A new study suggests women are the primary models for religious faith in many households.
Nearly three dozen book recommendations to help make sense of the state of U.S. democracy, from academics, comedians, activists, and more
The conservative thinker’s work is a reminder of how intellectually self-satisfied politicians and cable-news have become.
A new report finds that anti-Semitic death threats have increased significantly during this election cycle.
The misogyny of the 2016 campaign has stifled critiques of Clinton from progressive feminists and people of color.
A lawsuit in California and violent protests in Brooklyn have focused on the practice of ritual chicken slaughter. Is this anti-Semitism?
“Oh, save us from the giggling crowds!” A conversation about the history of coeducation at elite universities.
Many states don’t consider it “abuse” to rely on faith healings when kids get sick. Why isn’t this a bigger issue?
The issue finally came up at the vice-presidential debate on Tuesday night, showing why religion and conscience are important in this election.
Pro-choice groups are rallying to end the ban on federal funding for abortion. Will their newly found momentum be enough?
A new book explores the flexibility of race and gender.
A new survey suggests gender identity, along with sexuality, continues to divide Americans.
A new book highlights the need for prophetic voices in a time of racial violence.
Decisions in dueling lawsuits suggest the religious exemption law will be hard to overturn in the courts.
What Tim Kaine and Mike Pence say about the diluted identity of the American Church
Civic organizations were built on the voluntary labor of women. As the demands on women's time increase, communities are suffering.
Americans have long been suspicious of nonbelievers. Misogyny, nativism, and racism have often been tied up in their fear.
The two countries just signed a new military-aid deal—the biggest pledge of its kind in American history. It have may seemed inevitable, but the record-setting moment is also rife with irony.
Despite their best efforts, the political provocateurs of the 2016 election have failed at the art of making people angry.