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6 Things to Do the Day After Marriage Equality

The LGBT community still has work to do after our right to marry is recognized by the Supreme Court.

What Should We Do About the Spirit of Military Violence?

Americans — and Congress — must grapple with the militia spirit that has gripped our police at home and soldiers abroad.

One Year Later: Still Awaiting Immigration Reform

As Congress dithers to pass reform laws, opportunities for exploitation, abuse, and trafficking abound.

Praying Without a God

After last month’s Supreme Court ruling for Greece v. Galloway, the practice of atheist prayer is spreading throughout the country.

Immigration Surge or Refugee Crisis?

A migration expert explains the growing crisis of childhood immigration at the southern United States border.

How the Supreme Court Helped Secure Religious Liberty This Week

Why the Town of Greece v. Galloway decision was a major win for religious freedom.

A Mother’s Day Tragedy Only Congress Can Fix

Because Congress has failed to pass immigration reform, mothers will be separated from their children throughout America this Mother’s Day.

Thirsty? God Is Counting on Us to Make Sure Others Won’t Be

Sister Simone Campbell of “Nuns on the Bus” fame calls for action this World Water Day and every day.

Across Religious and Party Lines, Steady Support for Path to Citizenship

Immigration reform receives bipartisan and cross-religious support, remaining one issue that largely transcends divisions.

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Perpetuating ignorance

We should all value the scientific method, which has led to countless human benefits, whether we believe in science or not.