In the wake of the deadly terror attack at the Boston Marathon, pastors and religious leaders across the country share their plans for comforting their communities
Before Republicans can win evangélicos over, they have to know who they really are.
The story of both churches repeats itself across America and is our cover story this week
The number of Hispanics who identify as Catholic in the U.S. have dropped four percent over the past four years, while Hispanic Protestants are on the rise.
Reaction to the Pope’s resignation in the United States is only just beginning.
The nation spent $2 billion electing its president. But so far no one is willing to spend $50,000 to celebrate the victor.
U.S. voters head to the polls today to pick the next President, but many Americans will be faced with a host of other weighty choices, from the legality of gay marriage and recreational marijuana to the future of the death penalty and immigration reform.