Faith and Justice: After ignoring Catholic voters for almost the entire election cycle, the media has finally woken up and recognized that Catholic voters are important.
There's been little talk on the presidential campaign trail about the 46.7 million Americans living in poverty.
Distinctly Catholic: It is hard to sympathize with Bill and Hillary Clinton as they find themselves embroiled in controversy over the Clinton Foundation.
Interview: The Democratic vice presidential candidate spoke with NCR about his Catholic faith's influence on his public life and finding common ground after a heated campaign.
Bishops from all the Catholic dioceses in Missouri support Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of the bill, and requested that the Missouri General Assembly uphold the governor's decision.
A federal judge's ruling blocks the implementation of guidance that required school districts to allow transgender students to choose which restroom and locker facilities to use.
Faith and Justice: Was the use of "freedom to worship" rather than "freedom of religion" a conscious diabolical plan on the part of the Obama administration?
NCR Today: Large poll leads for Clinton in important swing states can lead one to conclude that this election is over. It's not. Far from it.
Despite the 2015 nuclear deal, both party platforms are more belligerent toward Iran than they were four years ago.
Khizr and Ghazala Khan spoke out because the welcome they felt when they immigrated to the United States nearly four decades ago is being eroded by this year's presidential campaign.