Religion and Beliefs

His claim that Democrat-leaning Jewish Americans are 'disloyal' is outright anti-Semitic, the ADL says.
Michelle Bolen claims leaders at Kansas City's St. Therese Catholic School were concerned about her pregnancy causing public “scandal.”
Here's a very early snapshot of how religious (and unaffiliated) Democrats currently view the party's presidential candidates.
A&E's "Scientology and the Aftermath" is ending after three seasons, but Leah Remini isn't giving up the fight.
“We chose our traditional day of mourning to be sad together. But we also wanted to share our anger," said the CEO of the National Council of Jewish Women.
The march came after immigration officials arrested 680 migrants last week at seven poultry plants in Mississippi, leaving many children without their parents.
The follower of the "Billy Graham rule" has filed a lawsuit claiming he was discriminated against for his faith.
It's hard for gun control activists to find common ground with folks who believe the Second Amendment is a God-given right.
Ben Carson went after a Baltimore church after they kicked him off their grounds before he was set to make a speech about the city.
About 70 activists prayed the rosary as they rallied at Capitol Hill to protest the government’s treatment of children at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Miracle Hill Ministries just announced it's allowing non-evangelicals as employees and prospective foster parents. But Jews, queer people and others need not apply.
Christians, Jews and others prayed and walked through rooms at Whole Woman’s Health of Austin, following the footsteps of patients who seek care.
Baptist pastor Robert Jeffress suggested that Democratic 2020 candidates aren't talking about the "real God" when they talk about their faith.
The Tibetan Buddhist monk admitted "off the cuff remarks, which might be amusing in one cultural context, lose their humor in translation."
The restaurant chain said it would not host an event by a Tennessee pastor who made death threats against gays.
Many officials including teachers and cops won’t be able to wear hijabs, kippas or other religious symbols on the job, thanks to Quebec’s new Bill 21.
A former reverend and sex ethicist, Ambrose is teaching the LGBTQ folk how to reconcile their sexuality with their spirituality.
A Houston-area Southern Baptist church said it has excommunicated Stephen Bratton, who is accused of repeatedly molesting a teenage relative.
Coffee County District Attorney Craig Northcott has refused calls to resign or apologize.
Delegates at the SBC's national meeting in Alabama made it clear that churches can be expelled from the denomination for racism or mishandling abuse allegations.