Trump promised to appoint justices who would “automatically” overturn Roe v. Wade. The chief justice just made sure that won’t happen before the 2020 election.
How an ardent defender of faith—and Donald Trump—came to think of the press as her enemy
In a church parking lot Saturday, Virginia Republicans decided the future of their party.
As protests rage across America, the president has posed in front of an Episcopal church and a Catholic shrine to signal religious unity. But many Christians reject his message.
A growing number of pastors believe the government overstepped in keeping churches closed this spring.
A candid conversation with the president of the National Women’s Law Center
At a Catholic nursing home in Delaware, one-fifth of residents have died. The nuns who run the facility are grappling with their calling.
The presumptive Democratic nominee dismissed his former staff assistant’s assault allegations in an interview this morning, but he tiptoed around answers that could paint him as a hypocrite.
Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina is keenly aware that COVID-19 is especially dangerous for African Americans. He’s also worried about small businesses.
Briahna Joy Gray is among the prominent progressives trying to divorce Joe Biden—and Democrats as a whole—from centrism, even if that means going on the attack.
Women who observe the Jewish laws of sexual purity have to immerse in a ritual pool after their period. Doing so during an outbreak is complicated—and potentially risky.
The most important holiday on the Christian calendar feels foreign and unfamiliar this year.
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.