In three short months, Jaelyn Young and Muhammad Dakhlalla found themselves at the center of America’s debate over radicalization.
Outrage over the vice president's approach to marriage reveals how deeply gender divides American culture.
This week, the Census Bureau appeared to move toward adding questions about gender identity and sexual orientation. Then it changed its mind. What happened?
Highly educated immigrants from South Asia have often been able to live comfortably in America. With a new wave of hate crimes, that’s changing.
Supporters of Trump’s budget are eager to restore the central role of faith-based organizations in serving the poor—but it’s not clear they can be an adequate substitute for government.
Officials have taken a suspect into custody in connection with threatening calls made to Jewish institutions in the U.S. and abroad.
Rare survey data suggests the community’s emerging political identity is being shaped by Millennials.
A new report confirms the skepticism of civil libertarians. But if the initiative is discontinued, will its replacement be any better?
The backlash against the conservative evangelical leader reveals deep tensions in his denomination.
Facing increasing hostility from the administration, the religious community also has to cope with its own internal tensions.
The pontiff said he’s open to studying the question—but that doesn’t mean he’ll do away with celibacy.
A new study suggests different groups of Americans see their country in radically divergent ways.
The president has ordered agencies to report “acts of gender-based violence against women … by foreign nationals." Advocates and mental-health practitioners are skeptical.
The Supreme Court has sent the transgender student’s case back to the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals following a new federal guidance letter on schools and bathrooms.
What does a decreasing attachment to religious and civic institutions in white, working-class America mean for the country's political future?
The alleged perpetrator is a former reporter who was fired for fabricating stories. He is accused of being responsible for only a small fraction of the threats made in recent weeks.
Each new incident assumes added significance for Muslims and Jews who see them as part of a broader pattern.
The Bureau has long defended “Judeo-Christianity.” Minority groups have not fared as well.
The Departments of Education and Justice released revised guidelines on how schools should handle gender-identity issues.
Rod Dreher makes a powerful argument for communal religious life in his book, The Benedict Option. But he has not wrestled with how to live side by side with people unlike him.
Jewish Community Centers around the country have been bombarded by menacing phone calls. For the most part, people are sad, not scared.