Bethany Mandel’s ‘woke’ stumble exposes the right’s gaslighting
By Andre Henry
(RNS) — Why the conservative commentator stumbled in trying to define the term.
Never make predictions about the Jews
By Jeffrey Salkin
(RNS) — An American Jewish sage tried to predict Judaism, 2025. You’ll be surprised at what he got right — and wrong.
From Christchurch to Emanuel AME, we must recognize the patterns of white supremacy
By Danielle N. Boaz
(RNS) — Recent reports suggest the attacks on houses of worship are not rare and the perpetrators are seldom acting alone.
Texas judge in abortion pill case is a conservative favorite
By Lindsay Whitehurst and Alanna Durkin Richer
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk is a former attorney for a Christian legal group and was appointed by President Donald Trump.
US tribes get bison as they seek to restore bond with animal
By Thomas Peipert and Matthew Brown
GOLDEN, Colo. (AP) — About a half-dozen of the animals from Colorado will form the nucleus of a new herd for the Yuchi people south of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Catholic system pulls out of Connecticut hospital merger
By Associated Press
PUTNAM, Conn. (AP) — The proposed merger had raised concerns about the fate of reproductive health in the mostly rural region.
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