Refugee groups fight Trump travel ban — and for their own survival

Trump administration officials said in late January they would once again allow refugees from countries included in the bans — which have accounted for more than 40 percent of refugee admissions over the last three years, according to State Department data — so long as the newcomers undergo additional vetting.

Christian group plans 'revival' to protest 'toxic evangelicalism'

A group of progressive evangelicals and other Christians are planning a "revival" to protest "toxic evangelicalism" and evangelical leaders such as Jerry Falwell Jr. who support President Trump.

Evangelicals join interfaith leaders in Washington to promote religious tolerance

As hundreds of Jewish, Muslim and Christian faith leaders from the United States and abroad descended on Washington for a conference on religious tolerance this week, attendees were quick to note an unexpectedly large delegation from one particular religious group: evangelical Christians.

Catholic bishops side with labor unions in Supreme Court case

U.S. Roman Catholic bishops are backing public sector unions in an upcoming Supreme Court case, pitting church leaders against the Trump administration and conservatives in a legal battle over how organized labor is financed.