Religion News Service: ‘Given that the (Family Research Council) is primarily an advocacy organization and not a church, we urge the IRS to swiftly review the tax-exempt status,’ reads a letter sent to the IRS and the Treasury secretary.
The New York Times: In the first election test after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, Kansas voters decided against removing the right to abortion from the State Constitution.
Reuters: Florida clergy lawsuits say abortion ban violates religious freedom
The Assembly: After years of acrimonious debate, the has started to rupture. One church — with members ranging from ‘flaming progressive to dang near fundamentalist’ — tries to reconcile an increasingly unavoidable divide.
Smithsonian Magazine: Officials say that the iconic structure will be ready for visitors in time for the Olympics.
Slate: Why a Mormon mom in Utah made up tales of teen drug addiction and death that swept America.