Need to know: 10/23/2015
'Words create worlds'
If churchmen pushing for new language on remarried Catholics and gays and lesbians carry the day it could reshape the church’s approach.
Suspect says he just 'snapped'
Police say an Indiana University student shouted "white power," anti-black racial slurs and "kill the police" as he throttled her and tried to remove her headscarf.
Power plays overtook prayer
Once a living room prayer group, the leaders of a New York church where a young man was allegedly beaten to death invaded congregants' private lives, say former members.
It's all in how you 'see' it
Most say there's a clash of worldviews "in general" but only 30 percent say so when asked if their own beliefs conflict with science.
Unlike several of the churches hit by arson, this was not a black church, this was an 1843 Catholic church.
The brain tumor rumor sparks talk of "calumny" and alleged plots to undermine the pontiff.
Blowing in the wind
In a society in which ancestors are tirelessly worshiped, many consider scattering ashes in a garden or at sea as anathema.
A 'knead' for unity
The goal of events in 560 cities is to encourage religious and secular Jews to observe the day of rest.
Blame your parents
When reality turns out to be worse than expectations, the generation raised to believe they are special feel unhappy.
Think 'magic mushrooms'
Twelve subjects will receive psilocybin in living-room-like psychedelic session rooms at two universities.