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Julie Zauzmer is a religion reporter. She previously covered local news at The Washington Post and at the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Many evangelicals are deeply offended by Trump’s continued use of a certain word, but they back him on judges, abortion and a host of other issues.
Manal Ezzat fled the wreckage of the Pentagon — then went back to work to transform it.
The Baptist pastor called the president "a lightweight." But then he got deeper.
Thomas Tarrants sees many hallmarks today of the time that prompted him to join the KKK, which led him to tell his story and urge his religion as an antidote.
While President Trump calls most Jews disloyal, some American Christians are following pastors who blame Jews for a long list of the nation’s ills.
After Trump’s election, many began to think about racial justice more seriously.
Opponents claim the rule opens doors to discriminate against LGBT people, single mothers and other employees.
Victims can sue the Catholic Church, Boy Scouts and many other institutions that harbored abusers.
The state's investigation into the Catholic church prompted prosecutors' inquiries and protests nationwide and led to policy changes all the way up to the Vatican.
Wuerl faces calls to resign due to his handling of sexual abuse while he was bishop of Pittsburgh.