Religious Freedom

Displaced Iraqis rest amid rubble after fleeing fighting between Iraqi Counter Terrorism Service forces and Islamic State militants May 15 in Mosul. (CNS photo/Danish Siddiqui, Reuters)
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Michael J. O'LoughlinAugust 15, 2017
“Religious persecution and intolerance remains far too prevalent,” Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said.
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The pastor’s release came a day after Canadian officials confirmed that a delegation had traveled to North Korea to discuss his imprisonment.
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Catholic News ServiceAugust 03, 2017
Cardinal DiNardo lamented that after three months no steps have yet been taken to erase the HHS mandate since Trump's pledge ease the mandate.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback speaks during a news conference at the Statehouse in Topeka, Kan., June 7 (AP Photo/John Hanna).
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The role was created in 1998 and is charged with helping the U.S. government promote global religious freedom.
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A court ruled unanimously that the New York Archdiocese did not discriminate against a school principal when it chose not renew her contract.
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The law compels Hawaii's six pregnancy care centers to post or distribute information referring clients to state-provided prenatal services that would include contraception and abortion.