JERUSALEM (RNS) — Latino evangelical leaders from the United States recently met at the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem to celebrate its move there.
(RNS) — Political observers seem to assume that Trump’s Christian base will follow him no matter what. But recent polls show a decent Republican alternative could peel them away from the president in the 2020 primaries.
(The Conversation) — A tweet aimed at Elizabeth Warren is the latest statement to draw criticism of the president’s inaccurate portrayal of Native American history.
(RNS) — The calls for action came after a March 10 airing of an NBC interview in which Putin suggested Russians were being wrongly targeted for election tampering.
(RNS) — From a Catholic perspective, the controversy over kneeling during the national anthem is strange.
Corporations, wealthy people, conservative Christians, and white men are expected to make gains during Trump's administration, says a Pew study released today. Left behind: Everybody else.
On being stripped of illusions about being at home in a good land called America.
(RNS) The Rev. John Jenkins, head of the iconic Catholic university, said the divisiveness Trump inspires could create a 'circus.'
(RNS) Ethics problems? It's time to crank up a prosperity gospel justification of the President-Elect.
As the data comes in, the key will be to watch turnout.
(RNS) People with the faintest interest in this country or in commenting about it had better get to know the other America rather than remain hermetically sealed in their own monoculture.
(RNS) Hillary wins, Donald launches Trump TV, and other predictions for Election Day and beyond.
Support for Trump among evangelicals is likely 15 to 20 points lower than reported.
(RNS) Does Clinton, Trump or anybody else really know the best way forward for U.S. foreign policy?