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.
A new study finds that fear of societal change, not economic pressure, motivated votes for the president among non-salaried workers without college degrees.
With the bill 51 votes away from law, the central philosophy of the Trump era is one step closer to becoming policy.
The president has won support from some high-profile evangelicals, but the move fell well short of expectations for many activists.
In three short months, Jaelyn Young and Muhammad Dakhlalla found themselves at the center of America’s debate over radicalization.
New data suggests religious Americans with college experience tend to participate in services more often than their peers.
The president’s address downplayed the Shoah’s universal lessons, turning the occasion into an exercise in ethnic politics.
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.
Another cell phone video of egregious police brutality illustrates the need for the very policy reforms that the grassroots movement has urged.
For much of its history, the front door of the White House was open to hundreds of daily visitors, a tradition that has almost entirely ended.
Christian conservatives who defend the rights of Muslims have come under attack by their ideological brethren.
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?
Brigitte Gabriel, who leads an organization dedicated to persecuting people because of their faith, boasted about her access to the Trump administration.
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.