(RNS) — On the eve of Constitution Day, a survey shows many Americans know very little about the document and who it protects.
(RNS) — Rabbis deemed President Trump's Charlottesville statement 'so lacking in moral leadership and empathy for the victims of racial and religious hatred that we cannot organize such a call this year.'
(RNS) — "It is God who raises up a king. It is God that sets one down," White said. "When you fight against the plan of God, you are fighting against the hand of God."
(RNS) A statue of the Rev. Junipero Serra, canonized by Pope Francis but denounced by some Native Americans, was vandalized in Los Angeles.
DETROIT (AP) — A Detroit-area doctor charged with performing genital mutilation on girls from a Muslim sect will remain in jail while she awaits trial after a judge on Wednesday expressed concern that she might try to flee the country.
(RNS) The presidential press secretary's appearance underscores the Christian media's access to President Trump.
(RNS) — As of Monday (July 10) afternoon, the American History and Heritage Foundation had received more than $55,000 to replace the monument.
(RNS) — The president's interview will air on 'The 700 Club' on Thursday (July 13) in its entirety.
CHICAGO (RNS) Zuckerberg made the analogy last week as he announced the social network's new mission at its first Facebook Communities Summit: "Bring the world closer together."
(RNS) Based on an analysis by Bread for the World, every religious congregation in the U.S. would have to raise an additional $714,000 every year for the next 10 years to make up for the 2018 budget cuts President Trump has proposed.
(RNS) The Ark Encounter in Williamstown, Ky., hasn't seen bad attendance, Ham blogged on Answers in Genesis' website, just bad press.
(RNS) The Liberty University president said he will be one of 15 college presidents to participate in the White House project.
(RNS) A state court rules Orthodox Jews may swing chickens before slitting their throats in a pre-Yom Kippur ritual.
(RNS) The hospitals — two with Catholic and one with Lutheran ties — successfully argued that pension laws were not intended to apply to them.
ROME (RNS) The thief entered the church, named after the 19th century saint in Castelnuovo, near Turin, on June 2, and left with a glass case containing the relic.