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Gingrich shouldn't try to polish his image by portraying himself as a hero whose good public deeds outweigh his personal failings. Research suggests he'd have more success by playing the victim.
The new animated feature may be aimed at folks who are drawn to the eternal questions of faith but are turned off by the specifics of dogma and ritual. And there are plenty of them out there.
Research shows the more Muslims attend services the more they accept American values, contradicting King's argument for Thursday's hearing
Critics implored the New York Republican to scrap the hearing or broaden its focus. But King, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, defends his approach.
The Long Island congressman's hearings into Islam have an uncomfortable echo of the prejudices against his own faith.
New research shows that a little bit of self-punishment can ease a guilty conscience - as long as you don't take it too far.
The action by Cardinal Justin Rigali is one of the most sweeping since widespread revelations of child sexual abuse by clergy began battering the Catholic Church and follows accusations in a grand jury report.
The Republican hopeful also fares well in a match-up against President Obama. But can he beat the rest of the GOP field?
Evangelical leaders push to protect poor from budget cuts but face as much opposition from the faithful as they do from Congress.
Joel Northrup's religious decision not to wrestle Cassy Herkelman leaves many grappling with the implications for faith and culture.
Pope Benedict XVI forcefully argues in a new book that the Jewish people cannot be blamed for Christ's death on the cross.
The protesters are "entitled to 'special protection' under the First Amendment," Chief Justice John Roberts wrote, "and that protection cannot be overcome by a jury finding that the picketing was outrageous."
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