'Nones' now as big as evangelicals, Catholics in the US

In a shift that stands to impact religion and politics, survey data suggests that the percentage of Americans who don't affiliate with any religious tradition is roughly the same as those who identify as evangelical or Catholic.

Survey: More than a third of US Catholics question loyalty in wake of scandals

A new survey reveals that more U.S. Catholics are questioning whether they should remain in the church today than when news of the "Spotlight" child sex abuse scandal broke in the Boston Archdiocese in 2002.

Should Trump worry about white Catholic and mainline Protestant votes?

While white evangelicals have garnered more attention than other faith groups over the past few decades, pollsters and political activists believe white Catholics and mainline Protestants could have an outsized impact in November 2020.

Trump strikes muted tone at National Prayer Breakfast, plays up evangelical interests

President Donald Trump began his remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast by renewing his commitment to the religious conservatives who helped lift him into office.