The new episode was inadvertently made available on Hulu for several hours Friday night.
When Bernie Sanders served as mayor of Burlington, Vermont, he supported displaying a giant menorah on city property.
The actor/designer was prevented from boarding his flight from Mexico City to New York because he wouldn't remove his turban.
In many cities, counterdemonstrators and police outnumbered the protesters.
Many countries that have been accepting refugees appear to have reached a breaking point.
Peter Saunders said only the pope has the authority to dismiss him.
The president spoke at the Islamic Society of Baltimore on Wednesday, his first visit to a U.S. mosque during his presidency.
The $3 million Masjid Ibrahim is the first mosque in North America to be privately funded by a local Muslim woman.
The women serve as emissary-representatives for the Chabad-Lubavitch movement, a worldwide Jewish community.
With anti-Semitism rising, Lori Palatnik of the Jewish Women's Renaissance Project says Jews will be safest in Israel.
With the Iowa caucus on Monday, the evangelical vote is a key demographic to the GOP race, and Trump is resonating.
Religious leaders say the fast-growing messaging app helps them connect with younger believers.
A push to unify when Christians celebrate Easter could be implemented within five to 10 years.
Modeled after "Humans of New York," the Hijabis of New York social media project tells the stories of Muslim women around the city.
Religion and faith featured prominently for lawmakers choosing guests for Tuesday’s State of the Union speech.
A Muslim civil rights group wants to provide parents with a way to teach their children about extremism and backlash.
Some 3.3 million Muslims currently live in the U.S., representing about 1 percent of the populace, a Pew estimate says.
The GOP presidential candidate is visiting the private evangelical university for the second time.
After an anti-Muslim track sparked a backlash in Germany, the online retailer agreed to divert profits to charities that aid refugees.
From the continued rise of ISIS, the influence of Pope Francis and the legalization of same-sex marriage in all 50 U.S. states, religion matters now more than it ever has.