Here’s what you need to know about Indonesia’s massive elections
Religion has been a hot election topic, with both candidates seeking to portray their hard-line Islamic credentials
New Animal Slaughter Rules in Belgium Pit Activists Against Religious Communities
The end to a religious exemption may curtail the production of halal and kosher meats in the region of Flanders.
Chinese Police Are Raiding Churches and Arresting Pastors as Christmas Approaches
It's all part of a crackdown on "underground churches" that don't tow the communist party line.
transgender health care
Trans Woman Says CVS Refused to Fill Her Hormone Prescription
Hilde Hall tells the ACLU she left an Arizona CVS near tears after the pharmacist on duty "humiliated" her.
Trump wants to protect doctors who object to abortion on religious grounds
A new civil rights division at the Department of Health and Human Services will seek to protect religious freedom
People Still Think It's OK for Businesses to Turn Away Gay Customers
It comes down to a core American belief in individual liberty—one that enables discrimination.
Businesses can discriminate against almost anyone, DOJ says
President Trump’s Justice Department appeared at the Supreme Court on Tuesday to argue that religious business owners are free to discriminate against people — as long as it doesn’t involve race.
Justice Kennedy can't make up his mind about gay wedding cakes
Justice Anthony Kennedy, the Supreme Court’s longtime swing vote, seemed especially torn on Tuesday about whether a religious Colorado baker should have to make a wedding cake for a same-sex marriage.
Jeff Sessions just made it legal to fire someone for being gay
The 5 Supreme Court cases all Americans should be watching
Many of the cases landing on the justices’ tables could either expand, or limit, Americans’ rights.
Diamond Naga Siu
Women wearing full veils can be jailed in Belgium, EU court affirms
The European Court of Human Rights upheld Belgium’s contentious ban on partial and full-face veils worn by Muslim women on Tuesday.
Here’s What Went Down Before SCOTUS Peaced Out for Summer
What's legal, what's not -- recapping the Supreme Court summer throwdown.