This week Congress approved a $1 billion aid package for Ukraine, the largest to date.
Some supporters of former President Donald Trump see a strengthened IRS as the political weaponization of a federal agency
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It was conservative versus liberals in the Supreme Court’s final three religion-related rulings of the term.
Despite insistence that the king of talk radio could not be replaced, these people are trying.
Justice Stephen Breyer focused on finding opportunities to compromise. Will his successor do the same?
Fox News and MSNBC shared an odd sort of energy when two superstar broadcasters, Chris Wallace and Brian Williams, said goodbye to viewers within days of each other.
New research unveils that very few American faith leaders actively discourage vaccination, and they rarely talk about vaccines either way.
The Biden administration is encouraging door-to-door outreach to educate about the COVID vaccine. ‘Faith-based approaches’ may be more effective, poll says.
A new group called “Republicans for Voting Rights” challenges Trump’s election fraud claims.
In the past, the Supreme Court ruled against religious objectors to racial equality. Why hasn’t it done the same in cases involving religion and LGBTQ rights?
In a world where industries are constantly being scrutinized and pressured to limit their draw on nonrenewable resources, it’s fair to ask if the crypto industry is using too much energy.