Kimberly Winston writes for Religion News Service.
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(RNS) The Internal Revenue Service said it will monitor churches and other houses of worship for electioneering in a settlement reached with an atheist group.
(RNS) A federal court has ruled that humanist couples in Indiana can be married by their own “secular celebrants,” something that until now was illegal under state law.
NANTUCKET, Massachusetts (RNS) It is an old family story that has become part of the island’s lore.
(RNS) The decades-long battle over a cross erected on public land in California will drag out even longer now that the Supreme Court declined June 30 to hear the case.
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