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United States | Jun. 17 2017

Illinois pastor, wife steal from kids’ food program

CHICAGO — Pastor Robbie Wilkerson and his wife, Tasha, admitted taking more than $100,000 from a summer food program for low-income children.... [READ MORE]

United States | Jun. 15 2017

Couple charged with murder; faith played role

OREGON CITY, Oregon — Faith-healing prayers and oil chosen over medical assistance has landed an Oregon couple in jail charged with murder,... [READ MORE]

United States | Jun. 13 2017

Religion still relevant in 21st-century life, study finds

WASHINGTON — According to a May poll done by Gallup and reported June 2, 55 percent of Americans say religion can answer most or all problems.... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Jun. 10 2017

Creationist view of humans hits all-time low

WASHINGTON — The percentage of U.S. adults who believe that God created humans in their present form at some time within the last 10,000 years,... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Jun. 7 2017

Farmers market bans farmer over marriage views

EAST LANSING, Mich. — A Catholic farmer in Michigan is suing the city of East Lansing after he was barred from a municipal farmers market over... [READ MORE]

United States | Jun. 4 2017

New Tribes Mission changes name to Ethnos360

SANFORD, Fla. — New Tribes Mission USA is celebrating its 75th anniversary with the announcement of its formal name change to Ethnos360. New... [READ MORE]

United States | May. 27 2017

Support for gay ‘marriage’ hits new high

WASHINGTON — A recent Gallup study reveals a new high in the percentage of Americans who think gay “marriage” should be recognized by law... [READ MORE]

United States | May. 24 2017

Kentucky court defends religious objections

FRANKFORT, Ky. — A Kentucky Court of Appeals ruled in favor of a Christian business that refused to make T-shirts for a gay pride event on... [READ MORE]

United States | May. 22 2017

Groups against contraceptive mandate still in limbo

NEW ORLEANS — East Texas Baptist University (ETBU) in Marshall, Texas, and several other religious groups who challenged the Affordable Care... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | May. 21 2017

Groups against contraceptive mandate still in limbo

NEW ORLEANS — East Texas Baptist University (ETBU) in Marshall, Texas, and several other religious groups who challenged the Affordable Care... [READ MORE]

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