Report finds no evidence of racist statements from Covington students

An independent investigation into the much-discussed encounter that went viral between Catholic high school students, a Native American tribal leader and members of another protest group on the Lincoln Memorial grounds in Washington in January found no evidence that the students of Kentucky's Covington Catholic High School issued "offensive or racist statements.

U.S. bishops condemn court's denial of imam's presence at execution

The Supreme Court's refusal to allow an imam to be present at a Muslim man's execution Feb. 7 was "unjust treatment" that is "disturbing to people of all faiths," said two U.S bishops.

Supreme Court blocks Louisiana law that would restrict abortion providers

The U.S. Supreme Court blocked a Louisiana law requiring abortion providers to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals Feb. 7.

Dioceses warned of possible legal action by Covington student's lawyers

Letters from lawyers for Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann were sent to individuals and groups the attorneys think may have defamed or libeled Sandmann particularly in the initial reaction on social media.