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Country singer Vince Gill, who is divorced, was in the crosshairs of the notorious Westboro Baptist Church at his concert on Sunday in Kansas City, Mo.
At the invitation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Southern Baptist and evangelical leader Richard Land was in Utah this week. He met with the Deseret News on Thursday to share his views on faith, family and religious freedom.
The pastor and some members of a Christian church in Brandon, Miss., say city officials won’t grant them their permit request for a massive cross to be built on their own property because they’re afraid the symbol might offend Muslims.
A California bill that could strip tax-exempt status from Little League, the Boy Scouts of America and other "discriminatory" nonprofit youth-serving groups could come up for a final vote this week.
A quick scan of the program of the March on Washington, which included three prayers, gospel music and four speeches by religious leaders, illustrates how religion played a central role in this seminal event and in the Civil Rights movement.
Firefighters are battling a five-alarm fire ravaging a historic church in downtown Boston on Wednesday.
When Congress blocked a push for atheist chaplains in the military, advocates for religion rejoiced while humanists called the exclusion unfair. Now, a Baptist pastor says both sides should rethink their reaction.
The brakes on the bus carrying teenagers home from a youth camp in northern Michigan failed as the vehicle exited an Indianapolis interstate, causing it to strike a retaining wall and flip on its side, according to a newspaper report Sunday.
Plans by a gun-rights group to participate in ceremonies on Friday marking one year since the Aurora theater shooting have drawn criticism from some participants who say the group doesn't belong.