Spokesmen for Afghanistan’s ruling Taliban today blasted foreign governments for launching a "propaganda drive" against them. Continue reading →
Leaders of Afghanistan’s ruling Taliban announced today that non-Muslims will soon be required to wear identifying badges on their clothing. Continue reading →
A report on the Pope’s six-day pilgrimage tracing the biblical footsteps of the Apostle Paul. Continue reading →
A panel discusses Pope John Paul II’s visit to Greece, Syria and Malta. Continue reading →
Bruce Feiler discusses his new book, "Walking the Bible: A Journey by Land Through the Five Books of Moses." Continue reading →
Paul Solman of WGBH Boston considers the bialy, a cousin of the bagel, as a piece of cultural history. Continue reading →
Gwen Ifill leads a debate over an expanded government role for faith-based charities. Her guests are John Street, Gary Bauer, Rabbi David Saperstein, and Marvin Olasky. Continue reading →
Gwen Ifill has the story of a most honored American, Father Theodore Hesburgh. Continue reading →
Experts discuss the court’s decision today to prohibit student-led prayer at football games, after a background interview with NewsHour regular Jan Crawford Greenburg. Continue reading →
Jan Crawford Greenburg, national legal affairs correspondent for The Chicago Tribune, discusses today’s Supreme Court rulings against student-led prayer at sporting events, and upholding federal foreign policy over state law. Continue reading →
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