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Archbishop Cordileone of San Francisco Defends Changes
The New York Times—27 February, 2015

Controversial Austrian Law Encourages Teaching Islam In German
National Public Radio—27 February, 2015

New York, Jewish leaders reach deal on circumcision health risks
Reuters—27 February, 2015

In Brazil, Support Swells for ‘Surfer Angel’
Wall Street Journal—27 February, 2015

Medical Marijuana May Soon Get Kosher Stamp of Approval
The Jewish Daily Forward—27 February, 2015

Supreme Court Looks At Abercrombie & Fitch's Hijab Discrimination Case
National Public Radio—27 February, 2015

From competition to compassion, a university president leads the way
Religion News Service —27 February, 2015

Ohio Muslim man sues gym he said barred him from praying
Religion News Service—27 February, 2015

Republicans, Evangelicals, Gays and Abortion (Op-Ed)
The New York Times—27 February, 2015

Hindu Leader Is Criticized for Views on Mother Teresa
The New York Times—27 February, 2015

Church of England accused of double standards over low wages
Religion News Service—27 February, 2015

Finnish Public Broadcasting To Read Entire Quran In New Series
National Public Radio—27 February, 2015

China to neighbours: Send us your Uighurs
Al Jazeera —23 February, 2015

Jesus Takes The Wheel: Miss. Lawmakers Want To Exempt Church Bus Drivers From Certification (Op-Ed)
Americans United—23 February, 2015

House Churches Swap Steeples For Sofas, And Say They've Never Been Closer
National Public Radio—23 February, 2015

Debating a Change of Faith Under Brutal Captivity
The New York Times—23 February, 2015

White House Summit on Countering Extremism
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly —23 February, 2015

Losing their religion: More women joining the nonspiritual set
The Salt Lake Tribune—23 February, 2015

Norway Muslims Encircle Synagogue to Support Jews
The Wall Street Journal—22 February, 2015

New study to create a digital sound map of religion
Michigan Radio—20 February, 2015

Obama announces initiatives to curb recruitment of terrorist groups
The Washington Post—20 February, 2015

Churches in Pubs
Religion and Ethics NewsWeekly—20 February, 2015

More Muslim Groups Voice Willingness To Combat Extremism In Their Faith
National Public Radio—20 February, 2015

Supreme Court to hear case of a headscarf that cost a Muslim teen a job
Religion News Service—20 February, 2015

For Somalis In Minneapolis, Jihadi Recruiting Is A Recurring Nightmare
National Public Radio—20 February, 2015

The 'Black, Queer, Feminist' Legal Trailblazer You've Never Heard Of
National Public Radio—20 February, 2015

Museum of Biblical Art Loses Its Landlord
The Wall Street Journal —20 February, 2015

Why Notre Dame’s curriculum review raises far-reaching Catholic identity questions
The Washington Post—20 February, 2015

Can the Satanic Temple Save America? (Op-Ed)
The Daily Beast—20 February, 2015

Ash Wednesday: Noon mass at St. John Cathedral in Cleveland (Photos)
Cleveland.com—20 February, 2015

What's the Most Godless State? (Infographic)
The New York Times—20 February, 2015

In Challenging Modi, Indian Activists Risk a Legal Backlash
The New York Times—20 February, 2015

The Troubling Push to Deregulate Homeschooling (Op-Ed)
Religion & Politics—18 February, 2015

Mormon Stories founder Dehlin's spread of 'false concepts' results in excommunication from LDS Church
Deseret News—18 February, 2015

Shrove Tuesday at Trinity Cathedral (Photos)
Cleveland.com—18 February, 2015

Atheists, humanists take up slain Muslim's cause
Religion News Service—18 February, 2015

Painter's iconic work adorns Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church
The State—18 February, 2015

Pentecostal Prayer Gangs: New Film Documents Religion in a Brazilian Prison
Religion Dispatches—16 February, 2015

Conservative Politicians Abroad Seem More Accepting of Evolution
The New York Times—16 February, 2015

Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly —16 February, 2015

Selling the Sacred Cow: India's Contentious Beef Industry
The Atlantic—16 February, 2015

Refuse to Vaccinate? Little Religious Ground to Stand On
The New York Times—16 February, 2015

Church Economics Prize
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly —16 February, 2015

From English teacher in Japan to Buddhist nun in Cleveland: Ani Palmo Rybicki's journey
Cleveland.com—16 February, 2015

Questions Rise on Fate of Chinese Bishop
The New York Times—16 February, 2015

Young Brits reject religion, approve of atheist politicians
Religion News Service—16 February, 2015

Charlie Hebdo Attack Puts Schools Under Scrutiny
The New York Times—16 February, 2015

Who is Roy Moore? The judge at the center of Alabama’s muddled gay marriage situation
The Washington Post—16 February, 2015

Outrage Over North Carolina Shootings Spurs #MuslimLivesMatter on Twitter
The New York Times—16 February, 2015

Rapper, Shaped by Tumultuous German Youth, Is Designated a Global Terrorist
The New York Times—11 February, 2015