Freedom of religion

“While I understand and respect freedom of religion, our first job is to protect the public health," the governor said.
A new documentary chronicles the rise of the Satanic Temple, a modern pseudo-religion fighting to stave off an increasingly evangelical U.S. government.
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington seeks to determine if access was blocked based on religion.
"Can’t recall religion being a test before for journalists," tweets NBC's Andrea Mitchell on the secretary of state's exclusive talk before Mideast trip.
Ray argued his religious rights were violated since Alabama law would not allow his imam to be present at the execution.
The evangelical Christian artists claim a Phoenix anti-discrimination law would curtail their religious rights.
Prince Mohammed bin Salman, whose country doesn't recognize the right to religious freedom, had a two hour meeting with prominent evangelical leaders.
Decision Magazine editors warned that evangelicals will be punished "once again" if Republicans lose the midterm elections to Democrats.
The goat-headed creature took on the Ten Commandments monument at a rally in Little Rock.
From the same administration that brought you the Muslim travel ban, the attorney general wants the Justice Department to look to heaven.
The First Church of Cannabis argued that Indiana's marijuana laws restrict its religious freedom.
Many believe the president's new “faith initiative” will only "divide and discriminate."
Backers of the proposed law say circumcision violates the rights of children. Religious leaders say it tramples their beliefs.
Energize the sorrow at the power of bullies and anger at injustices everywhere to fight for justice and silence the bullies
In fact, arguably the most memorable speech of the Obama presidency was his eulogy at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal
By Hong Soon-do, Beijing correspondent, AsiaToday - It has been revealed that nearly sixty Chinese Christians have recently
The tragic news from Orlando dominated the week's media, as once again someone with easy access to military-style weaponry takes dozens of lives. According to Donald Trump and John McCain, this is all Barack Obama's fault (of course). Personally, we think if you want to go back and point fingers, you'd have to include George W. Bush.
Trump's contention is that our differences define us and should separate us. The American narrative is the opposite, though. Our differences have made our businesses, political system, and higher education system more dynamic, innovative and strong.
How anyone can argue with a straight face that simply filing a few words of objection to gain exemption from employee contraception violates any group's freedom of religion beggars the imagination.
Our founding fathers set out a difficult, practically impossible task: freedom of religion, majority rule, yet protection of minorities. We as a nation have been struggling for over 250 years to find the balance between these three conflicting ideals.