In three short months, Jaelyn Young and Muhammad Dakhlalla found themselves at the center of America’s debate over radicalization.
The famous preacher’s son embodies all the contradictions of Trump’s America.
The American president’s first international trip has been explicitly framed in terms of religious identity.
After a week of chaos in Washington, the president finally found a friendly crowd at Liberty University.
How—and when—will the White House carry out its verbal commitment to protect persecuted minorities overseas?
A new study finds that fear of societal change, not economic pressure, motivated votes for the president among non-salaried workers without college degrees.
Marine Le Pen has invoked the heritage of the Church to explain the core of her nation’s identity. What role does religion really play in this high-stakes election?
The president has won support from some high-profile evangelicals, but the move fell well short of expectations for many activists.
New data suggests religious Americans with college experience tend to participate in services more often than their peers.
The organization has a flair for attracting media attention, but lacks a mass membership or scholarly expertise—and its connection to its famed namesake isn’t what it claims.
Trinity Lutheran Church v. Comer has the potential to shape everything from state constitutions to school-voucher policies—if it doesn’t get thrown out.
A new book argues that conversations about Muslims in America and Europe are about more than rights and freedoms.
With Trump in office, some people are experimenting with a new form of civic engagement: running for local office.
People don’t agree on who is facing the most persecution in the country.
The American public is always ready to pay attention to military strikes. But what does the president’s decision mean for the humanitarian crisis?
A new book argues that the country needs to reclaim the “vital center” of politics.
The vice president broke a tie on a Senate vote to overturn a regulation that protects the clinics.
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.