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In the middle of Chance the Rapper’s new album, Coloring Book—right after a dance tune about “drinking all night”…
In a new ruling Friday, the Department of Health and Human Services said Obamacare outlaws discrimination on the basis of gender identity.
A new wave of state legislation prohibits the termination of a pregnancy based on sex, race, and genetic abnormality.
A new Indiana law is part of a wave of legislation that requires burial or cremation following abortions. What’s behind it?
Merriam-Webster has a new stat: Searches for the word “transgender” spiked intensely on Friday morning: Lookups for…
Pope Francis has said he’ll create a commission to study the possibility of females serving as deacons the Church. What does this mean for Catholics?
A philosopher dissects the outrage that has fueled Trump and more in U.S. politics.
A new study suggests certain coping techniques are associated with longer life spans in sick patients.
“I still don’t like that coiffed Trump man. But I guess he’s our Republican.”
A pastor and a rabbi talk about kids, poop, and tearing down the patriarchy in institutional religion.
Two scholars discuss the ups and downs of life as a right-leaning professor.
The two sides haven’t found a way to work together—and the fight is getting a lot nastier.
A conversation about Merriam-Webster’s newest words with a professional lexicographer
A new law in Mississippi makes it legal for physicians and therapists to opt out of care on religious grounds. What does this mean for medicine?
The senator and the pope met on Saturday, the next chapter in a long-standing, unlikely alliance.
An Indian and Pakistani neighborhood of Houston shows what it’s like for a new generation to take over an immigrant community.
Why are Americans are often reluctant to discuss faith outside of their families?
The senator from Vermont will speak about creating a “moral economy.”
In a new document, the pontiff argues that Church has often alienated people in non-traditional families.
The women of Kountze, Texas, have been fighting for four years to put Bible verses on their banners. Their case is a look at what's ahead for religious-liberty conflicts in America.