COVID-19 sent houses of worship online. Will congregations come back in person?
By Ryan Burge
(RNS) — Religious leaders can find concern and comfort in a survey about attendance at worship early in the pandemic.
Why a Trump indictment will matter so little to most of his Christian supporters
By Robert P. Jones
(RNS) — Consider just a few of the public revelations and remarks by Trump since 2016 and how little they affected white evangelicals' loyalty to him.
When making exceptions for Ramadan is no longer the exception
By Dilshad Ali
(RNS) — Ramadan is at last becoming baked into American life, and yeah, it feels good.
Ramadan finds greater recognition in America’s public schools
By Amaarah DeCuir
(The Conversation) — Federal law protects students’ rights to request some religious accommodations, including during the month of Ramadan.
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.
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