Freedom of Religion
The Health and Human Services Department announced the creation of a division to enforce protections for religious health care workers, but activists worry that it could lead workers to opt out of helping LGBT patients and those seeking abortions.
The State Department redesignated 10 nations as “countries of particular concern” under the International Religious Freedom Act.
The bill would roll back the Johnson Amendment, a 1950s-era law that prohibits houses of worship from engaging in political campaigns on behalf of, or in opposition to, any candidate.
The detention of Dennis Christensen is the first since Russia’s Supreme Court upheld a ban on Jehovah’s Witnesses nationwide.
Even though an appeal has yet to be heard, an order banning Jehovah's Witnesses in Russia has already had a significant impact.
Satanic Church members are marking their one-year anniversary as an officially recognized religion in Russia while Jehovah's witness branches have been eliminated.
Trump took aim at a long-standing statutory barrier between politics and religion called the Johnson Amendment.
Despite what evangelicals say, God’s OK with you selling baked goods to a gay couple.
Title IX’s inclusion of transgender and gay rights on campus has Christian universities controversially requesting exemptions on the basis of religious freedom.
Russia has ordered Crimea's religious groups to register with Moscow or lose their legal status.
Its new home is on the grounds of an Oklahoma conservative think tank.
With 70 percent misidentifying turban-wearing Sikhs, it is important to learn about Sikhism.
After years of slow but steady decline, Christians are being driven from the Middle East by ISIS.
Hating minority groups like Muslims is alien to America’s culture of tolerance.
The White House said Obama had a "great relationship" with the Dalai Lama.
Next month, the Supreme Court must decide where religious discrimination starts.