Faith-based protesters flock to Washington to counter white supremacists

When white supremacist groups announced plans to hold a demonstration in Washington, D.C., to mark the one-year anniversary of the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Va., many feared a repeat of the violence in 2017.

Jeff Sessions cleared in church complaint, perplexing some top Methodists

United Methodist Church officials in Alabama have dismissed a complaint signed by more than 600 church members in July that chided Attorney General Jeff Sessions for implementing the family separation policy along the border and attempting to justify it with Scripture.

The Russian connection: When Franklin Graham met Putin

Relationships between Russians and American evangelicals extend back more than three decades to Billy Graham’s well-publicized visit to Russia in the mid-1980s. 

Why Mariia Butina wasn't the only Russian attending the National Prayer Breakfast

The unsealing of an affidavit this week charging 29-year-old Mariia Butina with "conspiracy to act as an agent of the Russian Federation" was yet another bombshell in the investigation into what U.S. intelligence agencies describe as Russian attempts to influence American elections and politics throughout 2016.