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Elizabeth Weise

Elizabeth Weise is an author at Religion News Service.

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White House to talk terrorism with Apple, Facebook

By Elizabeth Weise — January 8, 2016
SAN FRANCISCO — Obama administration officials are scheduled to meet with major tech executives to discuss terror organizations’ growing exploitation of the Internet for recruitment and planning, and how firms can help federal law enforcement.

YouTube didn’t have to yank anti-Muslim film, court says

By Elizabeth Weise — May 20, 2015
SAN FRANCISCO — An appeals court has overturned a controversial ruling that required YouTube to take down a video that disparaged Muslims.

Pastor says released soldier has mental toughness to recover

By Elizabeth Weise — June 3, 2014
(RNS) "If there's anybody I can think of pulling through this, and doing well, it's Bowe," said Philip Proctor, who was pastor of Sovereign Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Boise, Idaho, when Bowe Bergdahl was a teenager.

As state prepares appeal, Utah same-sex couples rush to wed

By Elizabeth Weise — December 24, 2013
(RNS) For now, a state considered as one of the most conservative in the nation, has joined the likes of California and New York where same-sex couples can legally wed. Legal experts say that even if a judge halts the weddings, the licenses that have already been issued will likely still be valid.

Charitable giving up, but Sandy and tax changes expected to impact year-end donations

By Elizabeth Weise — November 27, 2012

(RNS) The recession continued to affect how much Americans gave to charity last year, and the triple whammy of Superstorm Sandy, a national election and the looming fiscal cliff may cut how much we donate in the crucial final month of 2012, experts say. By Elizabeth Weise / USA Today.

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