LAS VEGAS (RNS) — Four years after becoming the first woman to build a U.S. mosque, Masjid Ibrahim’s 74-year-old founder says she’s still amazed by the community she has created.
LAS VEGAS (RNS) — Since 2010, the imam of Las Vegas’ oldest mosque has slowly but surely driven local drug houses and gangs out of his historic neighborhood. Now, he's on a mission to purchase the surrounding properties and transform them into affordable housing.
(USA Today) — After a succession of bewildering violence, questions arise: Why does evil exist? Why didn't God intervene?
(AP) — The mass shooting in Las Vegas is the deadliest in modern U.S. history, but is it terrorism?
How exactly can someone do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly while carrying a deadly assault rifle? asks David Gringor in a commentary.
(RNS) — Because talking about gun control at a time like this would be like, well, talking about global warming during the hurricane season.
(RNS) — In the tragedy's wake, when so many grasp for words, religious leaders speak.
(RNS) What it takes to get an impartial jury.
Jud Wilhite, pastor of Central Christian Church in Las Vegas, says believers have reduced Christianity to a series of rejections.
(RNS) Movoto Real Estate blog decided to find out "what the real Sin City is." And surprise, it aint Las Vegas.