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MIDLAND CITY, Ala. (AP) — Speaking at a campaign rally, Kayla Moore declared that 'one of our attorneys is a Jew.' People immediately reacted online, some expressing anger but many others making jokes.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — At the center of the special election was fiery Christian conservative Roy Moore — 'Judge Moore' to his supporters.
(RNS) — While Roy Moore campaigned with a fundamentalist fervor, Jones' religious life has been one of quiet, consistent worship and church involvement.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (RNS) — While Roy Moore’s brand of Christianity does not ordain women or allow LBGT people to serve in leadership positions, this Baptist church celebrates its female pastor and gay congregants.
(RNS) — For Christocrats, the sovereignty of God transcends the supremacy of the Constitution.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore had a deal to collect $180,000 in annual salary for part-time work from the legal charity he founded and ended up with a half-million-dollar stake in the group's headquarters, records and...
(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.
(RNS) And at the bottom for the ninth year in a row: Vermont.
The Alabama Court of the Judiciary suspended Moore, effective immediately, without pay for the remainder of his term, saying in a ruling that it had found "clear and convincing evidence" of ethical violations.
(RNS) Justice Roy Moore ruled that the state's probate judges have a "ministerial duty" not to violate Alabama's "Sanctity of Marriage" laws.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Reuters) Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson canceled the state's contracts with Planned Parenthood, making his the third Southern state to do so since anti-abortion activists released videos that they say suggests the organization...
A stone carving of Daniels joins those of Mother Teresa and Rosa Parks.
WASHINGTON (RNS) A solid 56 percent of Americans support same-sex marriage, up from just 11 percent in 1988.
(RNS) Images of that day 50 years ago, when law enforcement officers beat back peaceful civil rights marchers trying to cross Alabama's Edmund Pettus Bridge, provided the catalyst for passage of the Voting Rights Act.