At a Feb. 9 panel, experts said questions are poking through the historical perception that the U.S. is a mostly admirable example of healthy religious tolerance.
President for less than a month, Donald Trump has come through for the overwhelming numbers of religious conservatives who helped put him in office — but not so much on LGBT issues.
Canada can expect to see more asylum seekers crossing its nearly 6,600-mile, mostly unguarded, border with the U.S. as enforcement toughens and executive orders restrain refugee arrivals.
Local Catholic Charities agencies are scrambling to save staff jobs as they respond to President Donald Trump's executive order temporarily suspending the country's refugee resettlement program. Up to 700 workers are affected in some way.
NCR Today: We have seen dysfunctional government for far too long now, and coalitions need to be built, so the Democrats should be the responsible party in Washington, not obstructionists.
Grace on the Margins: Evidence suggests the bishops threw under the bus the needs of immigrants and refugees for the sake of an anti-abortion, anti-LGBT, right-wing religious liberty agenda.
President Trump is reportedly considering naming former Baylor University President Ken Starr to head the State Department's Office of International Religious Freedom.
Faith and Justice: Donald Trump and the Republican Congress are not doing churches any favor if they fulfill the promise to repeal the Johnson Amendment.
President Trump officially pulled the nation out of the trade pact Jan. 23. NCR spoke with group leaders who cautiously view this as an opportunity for Trump.
Staffers at the little-noticed Christian Broadcasting Network capitalized on their newfound access to the Trump administration to promote their 17-minute interview with the president. The interview drew 3.4 million video views plus “more than 700,000 views through President Trump’s social media share alone,” according to a network news release.