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(RNS) Students advocating for a Palestinian state scream “baby killer” and hit a Temple University Jewish student in the face.
Members of a Jewish fraternity at the University of Oregon awake to find swastikas painted on 11 Jewish students’ mailboxes.
Fliers at the Uni…
NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) African church leaders, theologians and health professionals have drawn up a road map they hope might help ease stigma and educate faith communities in the fight against Ebola.
The virus has killed more than 5,000 so far and has been declared a global…
(RNS) When Benedict XVI stunned Catholics by announcing that he would become the first pope in six centuries to resign, it immediately raised concerns — which were dismissed just as quickly — that an ex-pope around could undermine the legitimacy of the new pontiff.
(RNS) Every year on Dec. 1, World AIDS Day focuses attention on the disease that last year infected another 2.1 million people and took more than 1.5 million lives, according to UNAIDS. After 26 years of World AIDS Days, the death toll stands at a staggering 39 million.
(RNS) An Oklahoma school district has shelved a Bible curriculum that Hobby Lobby President Steve Green had hoped would be used by students in January.
Two legal groups that opposed the elective said Tuesday (Nov. 25) that the Mustang Public Schools decided not to feature…