(RNS) — The gun shop owners say 'terrorists,' and not Muslims, were the true object of their ban.
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — As of 2015, Catholic Charities and Bethany Christian Services were on average doing 25 to 30 percent of the state's foster care adoptions.
But, teaching Bible in schools? A qualified "meh."
(RNS) – Muslim civil rights organizations have joined press freedom and other human rights groups in questioning the detention of the American-born journalist.
BOSTON (AP) — A federal judge says 50 Indonesians living illegally in New Hampshire must be given time to reopen their immigration cases and argue that the conditions in their home country have changed.
(RNS) — Private, faith-based initiatives are critical to America’s ability to provide long-term solutions for the needs of all the children impacted by the drug crisis.
When HHS does get around to writing its rules, it would do well to listen to the Catholic Health Association in developing rules that protect individual consciences but do not discriminate.
SEATTLE (AP) — U.S. District Judge James Robart granted a nationwide injunction that blocks the administration's restrictions on reuniting refugee families and partially lifts a ban on refugees from 11 mostly Muslim countries.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Reuters) The suspect, identified as Michael Reed, faces three charges, including felony defacing an object of public interest.
(USA Today) The American Civil Liberties Union of Arkansas and other opponents have vowed to sue over the controversial display.
(RNS) President Trump can expect serious pushback on a religious liberty executive order he is reportedly poised to sign.
(RNS) Briarwood Presbyterian Church may be the first church in the country to be allowed to form its own police force, invested with the powers of 'regular' police.
LOS ANGELES (RNS) For Hadil Mansoor Al-Mowafak, a 20-year-old international affairs student at Stanford University, the president’s executive order meant that if she went to see her husband in Yemen, she risked not being able to return.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- A U.S. federal appeals court on Wednesday declined to vacate a contempt ruling that sent a Kentucky county clerk to jail last September after she refused to issue marriage licenses for gay couples.
(RNS) RFRA is being used as a vehicle for institutions and individuals to argue that their faith justifies myriad harms -- to equality, to dignity, to health and to core American values. This is wrong.