The people I polled did not know how to interpret 'sympathy,' and neither did I.
The distinguished theoretical physicist Carlo Rovelli started out as a radical who wanted to overthrow the Italian government.
For many ex-ultra-Orthodox Jews, leaving the community means being excommunicated by their families, shunned by their friends, and learning how to navigate the modern world alone.
A fundamentalist Christian organization announced the opening of a theme park that features a 510-foot-long, biblically-accurate replica of Noah's Ark. We spoke to the man building the religious version of Disney World.
Saadawi is the author of 56 books and has been imprisoned for her writing, which condemns how women have and continue to be treated in the Middle East. We talked religion, capitalism, and the state of Egyptian politics.
It's not just screaming children taking the plunge.
A massive new survey from Pew found that America is inching toward godlessness.
The religious right is picking a fight as powers over abortion are handed back to the Scottish Parliament.
Gene Sullivan runs Jump for Jesus, the world's only full-gospel ministry stunt program, where he leaps through rings of fire on his motorcycle in the name of Jesus Christ.
After the death of 19-year-old Lucas Leonard, the Word of Life, in New Hartford, is making national headlines.
In rural Ohio, a "refugee simulation weekend" forces people to take on the role of a refugee, experiencing food rations, lack of shelter, and the occasional appearance of bandits.
Last week, a report revealed that if you're Muslim, you're far more likely to be unemployed than the average Brit. We spoke to some young Muslims about the stories that lead to this kind of marginalization.
The lack of religious engagement in games is frustrating, because it's an avenue of human experience that the medium could certainly do justice to.
They wanted to smear paramilitary organizations and scare kids into staying indoors.
The former pediatric neurosurgeon is the literal sleeper candidate of the Republican presidential race.
"I would define magic as the purest form of love and joy and sharing it in a way that is intentional, that thrives."
This isn't the only recent example of Russian groups destroying art in the name of religion.
"The mosque will be really close to the army base, where they have all their weapons and a shooting range and stuff. Nobody wants it here."
They believe in L. Ron Hubbard's teachings and dianetics. They just don't believe in the Church itself.
For Such a Time features a "blonde-haired, blue-eyed Jewess" pairing off with an SS Guard.
Rabbi Meir Sultan is a foreskin's worst nightmare.
Local law enforcement think the brutal killing of a woman and her two grown children last week may have been part of a strange ritual.
And more importantly, how can we stop abuse from occurring on an institutional level?
Former sportscaster and one-time US Senate candidate Craig James claims the network fired him for his public statements against gay marriage.