WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court's ruling could leave more than 70,000 women without free contraception.
(RNS) — The normally simple, normally unconscious act of drawing breath has come to define the United States’ most pressing problems. What the world’s faith traditions have to say about the meaning of our first act as humans.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) — Guides hope socially distanced tourism will bring an end to overcrowding at Vatican attractions.
(RNS) — The ruling allows religious schools to include lay teachers as among those subject to an exemption from civil rights laws that give workers the ability to sue for sexual harassment, overtime pay, equal pay and a myriad of other protections.
(RNS) — The vast majority of religious organizations listed in the data received between $150,000 and $300,000, but at least two dozen religious organizations received the highest amount of dollars, between $5 million and $10 million.
CHICAGO (RNS) — The flagship evangelical Christian college announced the Rev. Tim Blackmon’s dismissal Friday (July 3) in an email to the campus community from Wheaton President Philip Ryken.
LOS ANGELES (RNS) — As Californians once again reckon with their statues of Serra, Native people and Indigenous scholars say it’s time for their voices to be heard and their existence to be recognized.
(RNS) — After helping win a landmark court case for India’s transgender people, Ranjita Sinha has mobilized to counter the community’s drastic loss of jobs and health care during the coronavirus pandemic.
(RNS) — Speaker and pastor Tony Campolo had a stroke that partially paralyzed the left side of his face and body; he is now in recovery at a health center.
(RNS) — Oil must stop flowing through the Dakota Access pipeline by Aug. 5, according to a decision Monday (July 6) by Judge James E. Boasberg.
(RNS) — As the Tibetan Buddhist leader ages, a confrontation with China over the legitimacy of his successor looms.
(RNS) — The Rev. John Ortberg’s son reportedly confessed he was attracted to children. The megachurch pastor kept that admission secret while his son continued working with kids.
(RNS) — The uprising of July 5, 2009, and ensuing ethnic violence charted the way forward for China’s mass suppression of Uighurs over a decade later.
(RNS) — This week’s photo selection includes various forms of prayer, the retirement of the current Mississippi state flag and more.
(RNS) — ‘In God we trust that we never go back to the Jim Crow laws, that we never go back to the Confederate flag and that every citizen of Mississippi — whether he’s Black or white — will be inclusive,’ said the Rev. Isiac Jackson Jr.