Muslim immigrants fleeing persecution find themselves fighting anti-Islam bias in the U.S. immigration system, even as the Biden administration seeks change.
“I tell you, if they start canceling these American presidents, they’re going to come after Bible characters next," warned Bill Hemmer.
The first-term lawmaker didn't think a new rule about vaccinations in Vatican City sounded legal, even though Vatican City is an independent state.
Citing guidelines from Pope Francis' coronavirus commission, the Vatican decreed that staff can't opt out of the vaccine without a medical reason.
Witnesses are sharing stories about a potential massacre at Axum's Church of St. Mary of Zion that left hundreds dead in November.
Archbishop Joseph Naumann also commended a priest who denied Communion to President Joe Biden two years ago.
The U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees is concerned there may be vulnerable women and children among the group set for repatriation back to Myanmar.
And a month after the riot, few of the Republican political figures have been held to account.
White evangelicals and Protestants of color are more likely to support religious exemptions to the coronavirus vaccine, a new survey finds.
Ravi Zacharias International Ministries apologized for initially belittling the evangelist's accusers after an investigation uncovered evidence of abuse.