The development of the capacity of lethal drones and AI targeting, along with the expansion of legal and policy parameters to permit this with little restraint, have been pioneered by the U.S. and Israel.

Christians can make it clear to candidates that how they address poverty is a big part of how we’ll be judging them in the voting booth.

Despite the uptick in legislation protecting conservative religious belief, there is a growth in adoption agencies embracing inclusive practices.

My generation wants justice and mercy; we can use our power to work toward it.

Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove and Rev. William J. Barber II say that addressing white poverty is a way to address the ways that “race has always been used to split poor people.”

 From Episcopal bishops to Democratic presidents, Christian nationalism doesn’t just show up among conservative evangelicals according to the authors of ‘Baptizing America.’

In a 9-0 ruling, the high court shot down a challenge to the FDA’s approval of mifepristone, allowing the drug to continue to be prescribed online.

The courageous actions taken by our predecessors aren’t just a milestone to celebrate with a nice speech; they reverberate through our work today.

People of faith have values rooted deeper than any political ideology.

A group of sports and human rights groups said France’s “discrimination against women and girls wearing the hijab is particularly concerning given the IOC’s celebration of Paris 2024 as the first ‘Gender Equal Olympics.’”