(RNS) — David Silverman, who took the 55-year-old organization to new prominence, is accused of sexual assault by two women.
(RNS) — The organization gave no specific reason for the move.
(RNS) Trump's victory is forcing them to rethink their strategy for coming elections.
(RNS) How prominent religious figures, both evangelical Christians and others, responded to the 2016 presidential election results as they became clear overnight.
(RNS) Atheists are in a pickle -- should they vote for the seemingly irreligious Donald Trump or lifelong Methodist Hillary Clinton? Many are taking to the internet and social media to fight it out.
(RNS) The outspoken atheist is still recovering from a stroke suffered in February.
(RNS) "Battleground December" is wrapping up for 2015. Let’s tally up the wins and losses.
(RNS) “When we ask people about what America thinks, what America is like, their answers are influenced by what is flashing in their minds. The news. The people they know. What they’ve seen themselves or what their friends experienced.”
(RNS) As the 2016 election approaches, atheist, humanist and other freethinking activists are encouraged by a Pew Research Center survey that found a growing number of religiously unaffiliated -- or "nones."
(RNS) This includes people in virtually all demographic groups, whether they are “nearing retirement or just entering adulthood, married or single, living in the West or the Bible Belt.”
(RNS) Jamila Bey, a Washington, D.C.-based writer and radio host, is believed to be the first atheist activist to address the Conservative Political Action Conference's annual meeting.
(RNS) A new Pew Research survey finds churchgoers avidly share their faith online.
(RNS) Does the IRS discriminate against atheist groups? A federal court says "no."
(RNS) "'Atheist’ is not an offensive or objectionable word anymore than the word ‘Jew’ or ‘Christian’ or ‘man’ or ‘woman’ is,” said David Silverman, president of the New Jersey-based American Atheists.
(RNS) After years of unsuccessful challenges to religious monuments on public land, atheists are adopting a new strategy: if you can't beat 'em, join 'em.
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