(RNS) — Researchers attributed some of the findings to coverage of violent conflict or Islamist groups, but also noted a lack of obituaries and wedding announcements about Muslims.
(RNS) — When the facts are uncertain, when the research is incomplete, we must lean toward the solution that is safest for the people affected. Gambling with people's lives is not acceptable.
(RNS) — During WWII, a group of refugees from the Holocaust found a safe haven in upstate New York as guests of President Roosevelt. Former refugees returned this week to mark the 75th anniversary of their arrival in 1944.
(RNS) — American Catholics are almost evenly divided between Republicans and Democrats, which means the church can either self-destruct or bridge the partisan divide.
(RNS) — She entered our country in 1886 without a visa, has never applied for citizenship and does not speak one word of English. Worst of all, she advocates for open borders. It's time to send her back.
(RNS) — A rabbi shot in an anti-Semitic attack published an oped in the Times days after the paper apologized for a anti-Semitic cartoon, a testament to the unique place the paper holds in American, and American Jewish, life.
(RNS) — After the Holocaust, Jewish males born in postwar Germany were exempted from military service, but about 300 volunteers are now in uniform.
(RNS) — As a growing movement of evangelical Christian leaders is working to improve Christian-Muslim relations, a new study finds that more than 3 in 4 U.S. evangelicals say they never or infrequently interact with Muslims.
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