The law has fueled a diplomatic crisis with Israel, which fears it would enable Poland to whitewash the role of the Poles who killed or denounced Jews during the Holocaust.
The questions in the Supreme Court oral arguments weighed anti-discrimination laws against freedom of speech and freedom of religious expression.
The Washington Metro cited its guidelines against religious ads in preventing the image of a group of shepherds from running on city buses.
Sister Antona Ebo’s lifelong struggle against white supremacy, inside and outside the Catholic Church
On Nov. 11, the Catholic Church lost a moral titan in the long struggle for racial equality and justice in the United States.
The president’s campaign to define—and enforce—patriotism poses constitutional questions for chief executives and football players alike.