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Neil Gorsuch’s ‘Complicated’ Religion

Earlier this month, the Trump administration summoned two dozen religious leaders to a private meeting. The mission: to rally support for Neil Gorsuch, Trump’s Supreme Court nominee.

Supreme Court May Be Converting on Religion

The Supreme Court’s defense of religious freedom may be on the decline.

The Next Religious Liberty Battle: Tire Rubber

A group devoted to enforcing the separation of church and state is warning that an upcoming Supreme Court battle could “undermine core tenets of religious liberty.”

Even Christian Pharmacists Have to Stock Plan B

The Supreme Court declined to hear a major religious-freedom case on Tuesday, showing how much things have changed since Hobby Lobby.

Which Is a Worse Sin, Abortion or Racism?

Monday’s Supreme Court ruling tossing Texas abortion restrictions puts a massive spotlight on the new debate pressing evangelicals: Which is a worse sin, racism or abortion?

Catholic Church Leaders React to Supreme Court Tie on DAPA/DACA

Catholic leaders from around the country were expressing disappointment today in response to a Supreme Court tie vote that effectively terminates Obama administration initiatives on immigration that shielded millions from…

Religious Roots of Hatred Resurface In Orlando

One year after the Supreme Court ruled that gays can legally marry across the country, and at a time when most polls show a majority of Americans support LGBT equality, the mass…

Supreme Court Sends Back Contraceptive Case

The ideologically deadlocked Supreme Court on Monday failed to resolve a major case involving the Obamacare law’s mandatory birth control coverage, telling lower courts to reconsider the matter after tossing…