Reuters: As many as 80% of Gaza’s 2.3 million people have fled their homes in the Israeli bombing campaign that has reduced much of the crowded coastal strip to a desolate wasteland.
Slate: How much culture war is too much, for American evangelicals?
NPR: Sa’ed Atshan is a professor of peace and conflict studies at Swarthmore College. He is also a Palestinian American with family still in the West Bank. He grew up going to a Quaker school in Ramallah and through that experience became a Quaker himself.
Poynter: Faith-based communities are a vibrant part of civic life, and coverage helps us build empathy for our neighbors.
The Associated Press: A top Mormon church official offered hundreds of thousands of dollars in exchange for a confidentiality agreement and a pledge by Chelsea Goodrich and her mother to destroy their recordings of meetings.