New York Times: White, a controversial figure even among evangelical Christians, will be overseeing a White House division that conducts outreach to key parts of the president's base.
NBC: Attacks on Vindman's Americanness are particularly worrisome, for in addition to the xenophobia, they are tinged with anti-Semitism: the trope of a Jew being disloyal to their country, writes Lev Golinkin.
Planet Princeton: Seminary officials cited increased cost estimates for the project, which involved tearing down existing buildings and constructing new apartments. The plan was met with neighborhood opposition.
Christianity Today: Miranda Harris and Chris Naylor helped lead the organization's groundbreaking global efforts to bring together Christian convictions and environmental concerns. Peter Harris and the driver, who both survived the crash, remain in stable condition.
Religion News Service: Faith was the principal driver of everything Tubman did to help people escape slavery, historians say.