The retired chief rabbi of the UK shares his thoughts on science and religion.
Some pastors are holding worship services in bars to reach people who don’t attend church.
How can Washington counter violent extremism, often waged in the name of religion?
A Brooklyn church offered a $33,000 prize to know why the US economy was in poor shape.
A Tibetan Buddhist family in Queens, New York gets ready for the Year of the Sheep.
Britain's former chief rabbi is now leading a global effort against religious extremism.
The former Chief Rabbi for Britain talks about ending religious violence and intolerance.
A surgeon and New Yorker staff writer ponders “medicine and what matters in the end.”
A former Army captain opened a house for homeless women veterans.
The annual Washington gathering had a special—and controversial guest—this year.
The recent US measles outbreak has renewed national conversation about vaccinations.
One man's efforts to organizine the urban poor has helped bring change around the world.
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