Eric Lidji is on a one-man mission to keep the Tree of Life massacre from becoming just another entry on a long list of mass shootings and anti-Semitic attacks.
Carmen Perez, one of the march’s original co-chairs, describes the organization’s efforts to find its identity after three years of battling controversy.
Elizabeth Warren made the case during Tuesday’s Democratic debate that gender is not a liability in 2020. It’s a strength.
The Monsey stabbing is the latest in an escalating drumbeat of anti-Semitic violence in the hub of American Jewish life.
The small but robust conservative ecosystem at Princeton finds its way through a bloodthirsty era of politics.
Leith Anderson, who heads one of the largest evangelical groups in the country, has stayed quiet about politics in the Trump era. Has he helped create a lopsided image of his faith?
The editor in chief of Christianity Today explains his scathing editorial about the president’s behavior—and the damage he argues his fellow Christians are doing to the Gospel.
Feeling out of step with the mores of contemporary life, members of a conservative-Catholic group have built a thriving community in rural Kansas. Could their flight from mainstream society be a harbinger for the nation?
A deadly shooting at a kosher grocery store in New Jersey is the latest manifestation of anti-Semitic violence that doesn’t fit in a neat, ideological box.
As the impeachment inquiry lays out central allegations that President Trump abused his power, Ukrainians living in America recognize a familiar playbook.
The theologian N. T. Wright is unfazed by the faith’s politicization in the U.S.
The freshman senator from Missouri wants to build on Trump’s tenure and end the GOP’s free-market worship for good.
In 2016, 81 percent of voters in Sioux County chose Donald Trump, though some would feel relief if he were impeached.
Why the ongoing fight may leave Democrats and Republicans even more suspicious of the other side
One year after the attack in Pittsburgh, survivors are grappling with a new reality: The rest of the country has moved on.
New polling suggests that Trump’s base is totally unified behind the president, no matter what investigations might reveal.
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidates have gone further in embracing abortion rights than ever before. But they still hide behind euphemism.
Tonight, candidates spoke passionately about protecting America’s troops and defending the Constitution. Are voters actually looking for a message of statesmanship?
The Court will hear one of the most notable “Church and state” cases in years.
The Supreme Court that will hear LGBTQ discrimination cases this week is radically different from the Court that legalized same-sex marriage four years ago.
In a new case, the justices will reconsider past decisions that have protected women’s ability to terminate their pregnancies.