NCR Today: What could happen between President Donald Trump and Pope Francis if the U.S. leader gets his wish to meet the head of the Roman Catholic Church next month?
Health Care Costs. House Republicans' plan to pull 10 specific categories of “essential health benefits” from federal requirements would have little affect on premium costs, experts say.
Distinctly Catholic: Four men who provided economic advice to Trump during his campaign are on record now calling for tax reform focused on corporations, not the left-behind middle class who voted for him.
Faith and Justice: Pollsters are faced with multiple problems, especially when it comes to counting the Catholic vote. Timing, methodologies and people's relative honesty add to the confusion.
Distinctly Catholic: His own past business practices, his administration appointments and policies so far, and divisions within the GOP don't bode well for American workers.
The White House said Tuesday it is reaching out to the Vatican to set up a possible meeting President Trump and Pope Francis.
In a case with implications for more than 30 states that prohibit using public funds for religious purposes, the justices appeared aligned against Missouri’s refusal to include a Lutheran church in a grant program that provides funding to resurface playgrounds and make them safer.
France's National Front presidential candidate, Marine Le Pen, slammed Pope Francis for welcoming migrants and attacked the Catholic Church for meddling in French politics.
President Donald Trump signed a bill into law that allows states to redirect Title X family planning funding away from clinics that perform abortions and to other community clinics.
We say: What is needed is something the United States has not had for a very long time: a coherent plan of action for the Middle East.