Need to know: 06/06/2016
Remembering 'The Greatest'
Cassius Clay's conversion in 1964 was a public sensation and the start of a personal pilgrimage. More from RNS
Return the relic
A visitor had noticed that the relic was missing on Sunday morning. More from RNS
'Come to Jesus' moment
Russell Moore has not been afraid to mix it up with Trump. More from RNS
(((Echoes of anti-Semitism)))
As a sign of solidarity, Twitter users have reclaimed the meme that had been used to harass Jews. More from ThinkProgress
'Voter bloc party'
Many returned to the National Mall four years after the first Reason Rally to show nonbelievers are a voting bloc worth courting. More from RNS
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Some governments ban the Ramadan fast, while others impose it, says Mustafa Akyol. More from New York Times
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The decades-old critique of Norman Vincent Peale has never gotten it quite right, according to Mitch Horowitz. More from RNS
Maybe that's why so many businesses have biblical names. More from Quartz
Marketing or misogyny?
Some major fashion companies are celebrating business opportunities and profits during Ramadan, according to Farnaz Calafi. More from RNS
'A man with the people'
He was unabashedly Muslim when no one in the U.S. really knew who Muslims were, says Hussein Rashid. More from RNS