Experts say the trial will provide a rare glimpse into a secretive splinter sect of Mormonism.
Americans equally ranked the real estate mogul and leader of the Catholic Church in a new Gallup poll.
Religious schools believe Title IX conflicts with their beliefs on marriage, sexual orientation and abortion.
Deborah Leonard is accused, along with her husband, of beating her sons at a church in October.
National polls evidence the changing landscape of American public life.
Russia has ordered Crimea's religious groups to register with Moscow or lose their legal status.
Is it prejudice? Electoral math? Or simple demographics?
A bill intended to protect those offended by gay marriage could open a can of worms.
On Tuesday, the pope will release decrees to reform the marriage-ending process.
Catholic women denied the right to enter the clergy are taking matters into their own hands.
The Jain practice of santhara was classed as suicide by Rajasthan High Court.
The Vatican says Jozef Wesolowski's death was due to "natural causes."
Puritans, Anglicans, Jews, Baptists and Quakers lived side by side, proving that diversity works.
With 70 percent misidentifying turban-wearing Sikhs, it is important to learn about Sikhism.
It's not clear, though, whether it's spirituality or community that really makes the difference
Two Koran fragments in the University of Birmingham’s collection have been dated to the era of Muhammad’s life.
Józef Wesołowski is the highest-ranking Vatican official ever to face charges for sex abuse.
How a tired homophobic catchphrase was reclaimed—and changed forever—by the gay rights movement.