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Court seems tied in religious nonprofits case

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Supreme Court | Justice Anthony Kennedy shows sympathy to the Little Sisters of the Poor in the Obamacare contraceptive and abortifacient mandate case

Religious non-profits ready their arguments

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Religious Liberty | Religious liberty is at stake in Wednesday’s Little Sisters of the Poor case before the high court

Pro-life in the Big Apple

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Lifestyle | Manhattan’s 40 Days for Life events signal a more activist pro-life movement in New York City

Where they stand

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Campaign 2016 | The presidential election could have a big impact on religious liberty

Amicus politics

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Supreme Court | The Texas abortion case illustrates how left-leaning medical associations influence the nation’s highest courts

Garland: Well-liked but not confirmable

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Supreme Court | D.C. Circuit Judge Merrick Garland is President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, but he isn’t headed to the high court anytime soon

The Young Messiah

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Movies | The Young Messiah is a movie about Jesus as a 7-year-old and opens with the line, “Inspired by Scripture.” So first things first: Any depiction of Jesus as…

Silenzio on the set

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Movies | The battle to make a film is even harder when the budget is small and the story—like that of The Young Messiah —is treading biblical ground

Kennedy gives no clue on abortion case stance

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Supreme Court | The Supreme Court’s swing vote remains mysterious through oral arguments in case challenging Texas abortion restrictions

Scalia’s songs and dissents

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Supreme Court | Amherst’s Hadley Arkes recalls his friendship with Justice Antonin Scalia and why the last year on the court was his hardest

‘Antonin died with Christ’

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Supreme Court | At Justice Scalia’s funeral, his son shares the gospel

After Scalia

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Supreme Court | Antonin Scalia was a giant on the Supreme Court, and his death introduces uncertainty into a high-stakes election and term at the court 

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