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Advocacy efforts have pushed websites like Pinterest and The Knot to review content that romanticizes former slave plantations and their histories.
Vai Sikahema, now a Philly TV anchor, has seen benefits to observing chastity and fidelity. Part of a series on the Decalogue in modern life.
Political divisiveness is rife, but groups facilitating civil discourse abound. Participants find it’s harder work outside a workshop or classroom.
Puppeteer Marilyn Price relies on her Jewish faith to make good choices and live life fully. Part of a series on the Decalogue in modern life.
Meet the people who save Thanksgiving for us – those who unclog our sinks and take our frantic calls about how to thaw that bird.
Crushed by the 2008 mortgage crisis, the Chicago Lawn neighborhood is fighting crime by rehabilitating abandoned homes and apartments.
A study of college students showed researchers that interfaith friendships have a positive influence on attitudes toward people of other views.
Houston has emerged as a national leader in tackling homelessness. Linking permanent housing to support services has helped.
Honoring parents – the Fifth Commandment – can be hard for young people. Here’s one of their stories, in our series on the Decalogue in modern life.
The Salvation Army says a drop in thrift shop revenues is a reason it has closed some of its long-term care facilities for treating substance abuse.
For Laura Nash, spending time together as a family on the Sabbath has been important. Part of a series on the Decalogue in modern life.
Debbie Hadden shows reverence for and trust in God, with a Thanksgiving dinner for 1,600 people. Part of a series on the Decalogue in modern life.
Around 2 million Californians lost power in preemptive blackouts and 180,000 people had to evacuate ahead of the Kincade Fire this weekend.
American cowboys were a lot more diverse than Hollywood suggests. Now, that culture is being reclaimed by thousands of people of color.
Part 3 in a series on the Ten Commandments looking at how traditional religious codes matter in modern lives.
A new housing program in the Bay Area matches formerly incarcerated people with available rooms to help ease transitions back to civilian life.
Historically segregated, American churches are becoming more diverse. As multicultural congregations grow, so does the effort to be truly inclusive.
The Confederate statues of Richmond, Virginia, are getting a neighbor – a statue of a hoodie-clad black man on a horse, by famed artist Kehinde Wiley.
The portion of Americans who do not identify with a religious denomination, called "nones," is growing, according to new polling from Pew Research.
Part 2 in a series of interviews with ordinary people who bring traditional religious ideas of morality to modern life.
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