Religion

Magali Rodriguez’s parents say they were in the dark about counseling sessions their daughter allegedly attended at the Los Angeles area high school.
The “Jesus Is King” rapper and the Texas preacher apparently developed a friendship through phone conversations about faith.
Archbishop José Gómez is an immigrant from Mexico and a strong advocate of a welcoming policy towards undocumented immigrants.
Muslim women are often silenced by their own communities or face Islamophobic stereotypes from outside agencies when they try to seek help.
The former Wisconsin governor and other Republicans are livid over the science-themed holiday tree in the state Capitol.
The accused pastor is now a top candidate to be the senior leader of a Southern Baptist church.
Forensic specialists are investigating the vandalism at the Temple Israel Cemetery in Omaha, Nebraska.
Liliana Segre, 89, who was sent to Auschwitz when she was 13, has said she receives about 200 anti-Semitic threats a day on social media.
A Christian magazine reports the women say John Crist used his status as a religious celebrity to sexually harass them.
Devin Blake Langford was one of the few children who emerged uninjured after a highway massacre killed nine members of his community.
The highly anticipated gospel album also led Billboard’s Christian and gospel albums charts — a first for West.
Richard Holzer, 27, wanted to use pipe bombs and arsenic to attack Temple Emanuel in Pueblo, according to a Justice Department complaint.
Melpomeni Dina was a teenager and an orphan when she risked her life to hide and protect the Mordechai family.
The former megachurch leader and "I Kissed Dating Goodbye" author spoke with Axios in his first interview since renouncing Christianity earlier this year.
Shows like “God Friended Me” and “Preacher” are throwing out good and evil — and making sense of faith in today's world.
And "mayest all quid pro quos be thine," scoffed Kellyanne Conway's husband in response to a prayer circle in the White House.
Paula White-Cain's friendship with Trump began when he called her “out of the blue” after watching her televised sermons and told her she had the “it factor.”
Evangelical leaders gathered at the White House this week to hear about the president's “continuing, remarkable accomplishments," one attendee said.
Less than two years after resigning from Memphis’s Highpoint Church, Andy Savage is reportedly trying to start over with a new congregation.
A reverend at a South Carolina church allegedly refused to serve the former vice president Holy Communion.