RNS — If we cede power to the government to choose what it considers a religion and what it does not, who is to say what is allowed today won’t be prohibited tomorrow?
LOS ANGELES (RNS) — The disruption began as the candidates discussed the Trump administration’s widening of the travel ban.
(RNS) — The Vermont senator received an endorsement from Muslim Caucus in America and its advisory committee member Rep. Ako Abdul-Samad, a Des Moines native.
(RNS) — The report calls companies including Facebook, Amazon, Fidelity, Goldman Sachs, iHeartMedia and Sinclair Broadcast Group 'the unindicted co-conspirators of the Christchurch shooter' who attacked two New Zealand mosques in March.
(RNS) — In 2009, federal agents shot Imam Luqman Ameen Abdullah during a warehouse raid. Muslims in Michigan and around the country say they still have more questions than answers about the prominent leader’s killing.
(RNS) — A Muslim employee has filed a discrimination complaint against New York State’s Department of Motor Vehicles for allegedly denying his repeated requests to attend weekly religious services.
(RNS) — An analysis of San Diego's controversial 'smart' streetlights, equipped with cameras and sensors, suggests that many of the city’s mosques could be monitored by the city.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (RNS) — A week after the blaze, with the cameras and politicians gone, the members of a tightly knit Turkish community began to feel the weight of their loss and the reconstruction effort ahead.
(RNS) — More than 1,000 philanthropic foundations and charitable organizations have knowingly or unknowingly funneled nearly $125 million into dozens of known anti-Muslim groups over three years.
SPOKANE, Wash. (RNS) — A new state law makes it easier for college students to take time off for religious holidays. Backed by Jewish and Muslim leaders, the law requires professors to accommodate religious holidays.
(RNS) — The gun shop owners say 'terrorists,' and not Muslims, were the true object of their ban.
(RNS) – The letter called for the release of detainees from the internment camps and for U.S. consumers to boycott imports produced by detainees’ forced labor.
(RNS) – Muslim civil rights organizations have joined press freedom and other human rights groups in questioning the detention of the American-born journalist.
BOSTON (RNS) – Two weeks after receiving the threats, the Framingham, Mass., fifth-grader has stacks of letters of support from all over the country.
(RNS) — The new studies suggest the level of anxiety about Islamic extremism has far outpaced the actual scale of the threat.