“You acted because of the color of Mr. Arbery’s skin,” U.S. District Judge Lisa Godbey Wood told the younger McMichael in her sentencing.

The Deshaun Watson suspension reveals how both the NFL and the church take better care of perpetrators than survivors.

The plaintiffs are three rabbis, a United Church of Christ reverend, a Unitarian Universalist minister, an Episcopal Church priest, and a Buddhist lama.

Capitalism creates the conditions for human-caused climate change, and small modifications will not solve the climate crisis.

This year, the African American Policy Forum dedicated a portion of its annual summer programming to exploring Christianity and critical race theory.

Seven articles for reckoning with and raging against the climate crisis.

Protesters lie on pavement. One holds a sign that says "We Are Tired of This."

Many of us are weary of our broken political system; devolving into cynicism won’t help.

A new bill could make it easier for churches and other nonprofits to build affordable housing on their property.

Illustration of a soccer player's foot resting on top of a globe-printed soccer ball

The first-of-its-kind collective bargaining agreement achieved by the USWNT highlights that when women win, we all win.

Some faith communities are reimagining the future of sanctuary as federal abortion rights are struck down.