New polling suggests that Trump’s base is totally unified behind the president, no matter what investigations might reveal.
The Court will hear one of the most notable “Church and state” cases in years.
In a new case, the justices will reconsider past decisions that have protected women’s ability to terminate their pregnancies.
Pittsburgh’s synagogue shooting was the deadliest attack on Jews on American soil. Over the past year, community members have struggled to do something constructive with their tragedy. But they have been divided on whether politics should guide their reaction.
HHS says the University of Vermont Medical Center required staffers to violate their conscience. The case underscores Trump’s religious-freedom agenda.
The women’s-health organization will stop taking money from Title X, a government family-planning program, in light of a new rule that bars doctors from making referrals for abortion procedures.
The president tweeted that Israel should ban Representatives Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar from entering the country. Now Israel has barred the women from visiting.
A new rule would allow federal contractors to make hiring and firing decisions based on their religious beliefs and practices.
The senator from New York tried to paint the former vice president as regressive, tapping into bigger questions about the Democratic Party’s identity heading into 2020.
The notoriously quiet Supreme Court justice has had a far-reaching influence on the personnel of the Trump administration, which may be his most lasting legacy.
The small conservative magazine First Things aims to reclaim what has become a dirty word in the Trump era.
There used to be a middle ground in the national conversation on abortion. Not anymore.
The 2020 Democratic front-runner opposes federal funding for the procedure, in stark contrast to his rivals.
Activists on both sides of the abortion wars see themselves as inheritors of the early women’s movement—a history that’s become more contested than ever under Trump.
Donald Trump’s controversial stop at a Virginia mega-church after a mass shooting showed how even normal Christian behavior has been scrutinized during this administration.
Democratic candidates are pushing their party further left than ever. Will this strategy cost them voters?
Jes Kast, a minister in the United Church of Christ, believes the procedure should be fully legal and accessible. Her path to that position has been complicated.
Just as the anti-vaccination movement feeds off a handful of fringe outsiders, long-standing stereotypes about Jews have found a new vector in the latest outbreak of the disease.
An ancient faith is disappearing from the lands in which it first took root. At stake is not just a religious community, but the fate of pluralism in the region.
To save the Church, Catholics must detach themselves from the clerical hierarchy—and take the faith back into their own hands.