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Kelsey Dallas covers religion, politics and the Supreme Court for the Deseret News and serves as deputy editor of Deseret News National. She holds a master's degree in religion from Yale Divinity School. Dallas, who grew up in Illinois, loves listening to podcasts and talking about her two dogs.

The secret to business success? These leaders say it could be celebrating faith

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On gay rights, religious colleges face pressure from all directions

As support for gay rights grows, religious schools of all shapes and sizes face pressure to change policies on sexuality, gender and same-sex marriage.

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Muslims and Christians benefit from religious freedom. What if they came together?

Legal expert and author Asma Uddin outlines potential solutions to the Muslim-Christian divide.

How the U.S. can protest the Beijing Olympics without boycotting the Games

What to know about the infrastructure bill’s controversial ‘gender identity’ provision

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Should vaccine mandates include religious exemptions?

A recent court ruling will likely make it easier for people of faith to challenge vaccine mandates that don’t offer religious exemptions.

Did liberal justices pave the way for the conservative Supreme Court majority?

Biden nominates first Muslim to religious freedom ambassador role

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Is it legal to ask nominees to federal office if they believe in God?

A Republican senator from Louisiana is in hot water after he brought God into a recent confirmation hearing.

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How you view organized religion may depend on your political party

Research shows that Democrats and Republicans have very different ideas about the value of organized religion.