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The owner of this hotel says she's not anti-Semitic.Her actions say otherwise.
If you're going to use an image of a professional sports team's stadium in your anti-LGBT videos, you might want to get their permission first.
A city commissioner in Eustis, FL offered to accept the Confederate monuments other cities are now removing. But it was only a matter of hours before the city publicly rebuked him.
After his own unwanted encounter with a religious hospital chaplain, Mark Kolsen says it's time for hospitals to realize many of their patients have emotional needs that can't be met with a man of God.
There are people who think and do research before spreading their ideas.Preacher Marcus Rogers isn't one of them.
What a powerful message it would send if the Canadian government succesfully urged Malaysia to protect the rights of atheists.
The bishop maintains his innocence... which is a little tough to do when there's video.
If you think the Antichrist can't be all of those things simultaneously... well, I guess that makes you a heretic.
This is the sort of statement we could always use when atheists are under attack in majority-Muslim nations.
But really, who isn't taking off all their clothes during the solar eclipse?
This is what atheists have been saying for years.
The Lebanese Republic has, in 2017, finally repealed a law that allowed alleged rapists to escape punishment by marrying their accusers.
Repealing the Johnson Amendment would be a disaster for religion, turning many churches into political battlefields.Thousands of religious leaders have now signed a letter urging Congress not to take that step.
Malaysia's Inspector-General of Police issued the warning after a picture of atheists simply having drinks and smiling went viral.
The stories are heartbreaking, in part because some of the priests have children only to walk out of their lives, back into the Church.
How many states make references to God (or variations of that word) in their constitutions?I figured it'd be a handful. I had no idea the correct answer was every single one of them.
The headlines are entertaining, but the restaurant's inclusion in the stadium still makes financial sense.
It's heartwarming to see a minor league baseball team accommodate local atheists like this.
When corporations and CEOs represent the moral high ground over evangelical Christians, you know there's a problem with the religion.
The former congresswoman, who despises the United Nations, will now preach to people there on behalf of a Christian Right ministry.