In three short months, Jaelyn Young and Muhammad Dakhlalla found themselves at the center of America’s debate over radicalization.
A historian looks at the legacy of racism in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The former Arkansas governor has a new television show on Trinity Broadcasting Network, and a powerful first guest.
The allegations come during a turbulent period for the Roman Catholic Church on sex-abuse issues.
The president weighs in on a long-standing debate over using public money to support religious organizations.
During a recent hearing, Democratic senators pushed an appellate-court nominee to explain how her religious beliefs would affect her legal decisions.
New survey data indicates that religiously unaffiliated people in the U.S. are diverse—and in many places, they make up a greater share of the population than any faith group.
Members of the president’s faith board did not step down after Charlottesville. They say they’re fulfilling their duty to advise America’s leader.
Jen Hatmaker says the “days of silence are over” in polite evangelical culture.
Anti-Semitic logic fueled the violence over the weekend, no matter what the president says.
Religious communities are grappling with the racism that enabled violent attacks against protesters—including the racism within their ranks.
More than one-third of Americans identify with a religion different than the one they grew up with.
Newly unsealed FBI documents suggest the Israeli arrested for sending the threats was selling his services for a fee.
Religion is playing a big role in Clinton’s post-election tour. What does she have to gain from sharing her faith now?
The Trump administration steps into an on-going legal battle over civil rights—and steps on another agency’s turf.
The president’s announcement reverses the Obama-era plan to phase in the open participation of these Americans.
Many are suspicious of those who practice Islam. Many more are trying to reach out.
A small, vocal group of Conservative rabbis is pushing the movement to accept marriages between Jews and non-Jews. The fight is really about the future of the religion.
The craft-supply giant, which will open its Museum of the Bible in D.C. this fall, will pay a $3 million settlement.
Some communities agree that women shouldn’t be pastors. But their members fiercely debate every other kind of women’s empowerment.
The president of the United States stepped in to defend a British infant whose life support will be removed after European courts sided with doctors against his parents.