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Doctors fight for their right to refuse care over religious beliefs
CBC Radio—27 March, 2015

HBO's 'Going Clear' leaves future of Scientology unclear
Religion News Service—27 March, 2015

Deep In The Heart Of Texas, Muslim Music Blossoms
National Public Radio—27 March, 2015

The Passover seder, designed by and for women
Religion News Service—27 March, 2015

Gamer convention could leave Indiana over religious freedom bill
Religion News Service—27 March, 2015

Pennsylvania township nixes proposed Islamic cemetery, appeal likely
Religion News Service—27 March, 2015

Cow Mad in India (Op-Ed)
The New York Times—27 March, 2015

To be Buddhist monks at Harvard
Harvard Gazette—24 March, 2015

Atheist group faces questions over how donations were raised — and spent
Religion News Service—24 March, 2015

In Italy, Plans for an Easter Blessing Yield a Lawsuit for a Public School
The New York Times—24 March, 2015

British ponder charitable tax relief status of controversial Exclusive Brethren schools
Religion News Service—24 March, 2015

Thousands Join Brooklyn Father Mourning 7 With ‘Faces of Angels’
The New York Times—23 March, 2015

Deadly Fire in Brooklyn Renews Concerns Over a Weekly Ritual
The New York Times—23 March, 2015

From Minneapolis to ISIS: An American’s Path to Jihad
The New York Times—23 March, 2015

Woman Breaks Through Chains of Forced Marriage, and Helps Others Do the Same
The New York Times—23 March, 2015

Average Mohamed
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly—23 March, 2015

‘Lincoln and the Jews’ Explores Bonds With a Nation’s Growing Minority
The New York Times—23 March, 2015

Baha'i Nineteen-Day Fast
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekley—23 March, 2015

A Look Inside the Gilbert Temple
AZ Central—23 March, 2015

Netanyahu Tactics Anger Many U.S. Jews, Deepening a Divide
The New York Times—23 March, 2015

‘Heaven’s Bankers,’ by Harris Irfan
The New York Times—23 March, 2015

The Pope's Team (Video)
ESPN—23 March, 2015

Muslim Teachers May Wear Head Scarves, German Court Rules
The New York Times—20 March, 2015

Kosher Supermarket Attacked in Paris to Reopen
The New York Times—20 March, 2015

Lesbian Rabbi Is to Become President of Reform Group
The New York Times—20 March, 2015

Debate over gays in St. Patrick’s parades roils Irish on big day
Religion News Service—20 March, 2015

Ferguson turmoil draws U.S. evangelist’s Rapid Response Team
Worldwide Religion News/Reuters—20 March, 2015

University of Michigan creates world’s first endowed chair of Thai Buddhism
The Buddhist Channel/Lion's Roar—20 March, 2015

Jews Slam Idaho Lawmaker for Hindu 'False Faith' Claim
Hindu Currents/The Jewish Daily Forward—20 March, 2015

Dr. Singh ~ A Coal Scientist and a Pride of Indian Community
Sikhnet—20 March, 2015

Sikh Youth Community Thriving in Denmark
Sikhnet—20 March, 2015

Zaytuna College recognized as first accredited Muslim college in the US
Religion News Service—20 March, 2015

Justice Ginsburg writes a feminist opinion for Passover
Religion News Service—20 March, 2015

Cleveland Mass Mob begins a second season of flash-crowding churches
The Cleveland Plain Dealer—20 March, 2015

Suit Defends Freedom of Religion in Flushing
The Epoch Times—17 March, 2015

Muslim teachers can wear headscarves in German schools, court says
Religion News Service—13 March, 2015

Israeli ultra-Orthodox women target the job market
Haaretz—13 March, 2015

Kenya's Catholic Church to fight hunger by farming its vast land reserves
Religion News Service—13 March, 2015

Van Gogh’s Pastoral Days
The New York Times—13 March, 2015

China’s Tensions With Dalai Lama Spill Into the Afterlife
The New York Times—13 March, 2015

In Chapel Hill, Suspect’s Rage Went Beyond a Parking Dispute
The New York Times—11 March, 2015

Iowa Community Rallies Around Max Villatoro, A Pastor Facing Deportation To Honduras
The Huffington Post—11 March, 2015

Afghan men don burqas, take to the streets for women's rights
Reuters—11 March, 2015

Organic Langar at Golden Temple
SikhNet.com—11 March, 2015

Supreme Court Revives Notre Dame's Appeal In Contraception Case
National Public Radio—11 March, 2015

Vatican Says Ransom Sought For Missing Michelangelo Letters
National Public Radio—11 March, 2015

Holidays That Reflect New York’s Students
The New York Times—11 March, 2015

Selma Civil Rights March 50th Anniversary
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly —11 March, 2015

Glenn Eskew on Selma Marches
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly —11 March, 2015

Balancing Islam and Middle School in Queens
The New York Times—11 March, 2015