Politics

Politics

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By Emily Birnbaum Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) on Wednesday tweeted a Bible verse amid his criticism of the Florida recounts, writing, "You cannot count what is not there." "What is...

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By Anna North One day after the midterm elections, the Trump administration released final rules allowing employers to opt out of providing health insurance that covers birth control. The...

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By Hemant Mehta I’ve been asked why I keep track of the atheists in politics. Is it really that important? It is to me in part because, for years,...

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By Andrew L. Seidel In the wake of the dumpster fire that was Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings, there was speculation in legal circles that the U.S. Supreme Court...

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By Jack Jenkins Methodists asked Jeff Sessions to repent. He resigned instead. Sessions stepped down today (Nov. 7) as U.S. attorney general, ending a tenure marked...

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By Jon Swaine Donald Trump’s new attorney general once said that judges should be Christian and proposed blocking non-religious people from judicial appointments. Matthew Whitaker, who was...

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By Ema O'Connor The Trump administration released two rules Wednesday evening that would allow employers with “religious or moral” objections to providing insurance coverage for birth control to...

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By John Sharp Alabama voters overwhelmingly supported an amendment to the state’s 1901 Constitution authorizing public displays of the Ten Commandments. “The people we were hearing...

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By Hemant Mehta There were a lot of openly non-religious candidates on ballots across the nation yesterday, but one of the biggest victories got virtually no attention...

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By Will Wright Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk made famous by her refusal to sign marriage licenses for gay couples, lost Tuesday in her...