Taking stock of the clergy sexual abuse crisis: Protecting children

Signs of the Times: Last month’s summit in Rome on child sex abuse did not break new ground for those who have been following this crisis for more than 30 years, but it did made clear — again — that the sex abuse crisis in the Catholic Church has been devastating for the victims of abuse and for the church as a whole.

Religious, civil rights groups ask Pompeo to request expert probe of U.S. racism

Scores of religious and civil rights organizations have asked U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to request an evaluation by a U.N. expert of the scope of racism in the country.

Pompeo: All faiths will have 'something to say' on forthcoming peace plan

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo defended his department’s decision to drop the word “occupation” from its description of the Golan Heights and Palestinian territories.

Clergy housing allowance is constitutional, appeals court rules

A federal appeals court has ruled that the clergy housing allowance authorized by the Internal Revenue Service is constitutional.