In 'Truth's Table' book, women podcasters cast vision for future of Black church

"There is a benefit and a gift to people who don't identify as Black Christian women to listen respectfully to these stories and narratives," said a co-author of a new book about religion, race and gender.

Ketanji Brown Jackson publicly expresses thanks to God but keeps faith history private

When she spoke at the first day of her Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing as a nominee for Supreme Court justice, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson stated her belief in God and her gratitude for divine blessings.

Rashad Hussain confirmed as first Muslim US religious freedom ambassador

Rashad Hussain has been confirmed as the U.S. ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom, making him the first Muslim American in the role.

9/11 became a catalyst for interfaith relations and cooperation

Though anti-Muslim sentiments grew in the wake of 9/11 — and continue — that concerned phone call from a friend across faith lines exemplifies another legacy of that historic day: the evolution and advancement of interfaith cooperation in the United States.