(RNS) Hillary Clinton shouldn’t label an opposing position as “extreme” just because she doesn’t agree with it.
NAYPYIDAW (Reuters) Myanmar’s president signed into law a fourth controversial bill championed by radical Buddhists but decried by rights groups as aimed at discriminating against local Muslims.
MANILA (Reuters) Shouting “Hustisya” (Justice), INC members, estimated at 14,500 by police, raised placards calling on the government to uphold religious freedom.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Reuters) If forced to approve marriage licenses for gay and lesbian couples, the “searing act of validation would forever echo in her conscience,” her lawyers said in their Supreme Court request for a stay pending appeal.
PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) The school board of the all-girls St. Mary’s Academy voted unanimously late Wednesday to add sexual orientation to its equal employment opportunity policy.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) The Polish ex-nuncio — as Vatican ambassadors are called — had been due to stand trial on charges he paid for sex with children during his time in the Dominican Republic.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) City officials would have us believe all is harmony in Music City. But with the country’s largest community of Iraqi Kurds and sizable groups of Latinos, Somalis and Bhutanese moving into “the Buckle of the Bible Belt” that isn’t always the case.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) Tutu was released from hospital earlier in August after being treated for a recurring infection unrelated to the prostrate cancer he has been fighting for 18 years.
(RNS) Cruz’s campaign against Planned Parenthood may be an effort to capture the evangelical base away from other contenders.