A federal appeals court on Friday blocked Tennessee’s strict abortion law, more than a year after a district court first issued a preliminary injunction that prevented it from taking effect.
The International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention announced it will require “IMB missionaries and their children ages 16 and older to be vaccinated against COVID-19.”
Reproductive rights are taking center stage in California’s recall election, in a bid to nationalize the stakes of next week’s special election.
The Supreme Court’s Aug. 26 decision to end the federal eviction moratorium brings new challenges for religious leaders and organizations working to aid those at risk for homelessness. More than 3.6 million Americans say they could face eviction in the…
San Antonio pastor and devotional author Max Lucado announced Monday that he has been diagnosed with a serious cardiovascular condition and asked for prayer.
Dylann Roof has filed the next step in his federal appeal, challenging a court’s confirmation of his conviction and death sentence for the 2015 racist slayings of nine members of a Black South Carolina congregation.
Despite the profound impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the vulnerable in the United States, the percentage of Americans in food-insecure households held steady in 2020 at 10.5%, figures released on Sept. 8, 2021, show.
Vatican officials declined on Tuesday to say if women would be able to vote on concrete proposals about the future of the Catholic Church at the end of a two-year process of consultation of ordinary faithful that Pope Francis kicks…
As a rule dating back to the election, the reporters who follow the president go everywhere with him but two places: inside his home and inside his church.