• At the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Managing Editor Kim Lawton interviewed Sister Simone Campbell, leader of the NETWORK Lobby’s “Nuns on the Bus” project. Watch some excerpts from the interview. More

  • Here are some “behind the scenes” photos of our Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly team in action covering religion at the Democratic National Convention. (Most photos were taken by Noelle Cwiklinski Serper, with a few by Kim Lawton.)

  • Managing Editor Kim Lawton reports from Philadelphia. She’s there with the Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly team covering the role of religion at the Democratic National Convention. More

  • The Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly team has been covering several faith-related events at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. View photos taken by Managing Editor Kim Lawton and Producer Noelle Serper: More

  • Here are some “behind the scenes” photos of our Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly team in action covering religion at the Republican National Convention. (Photos taken by Managing Editor Kim Lawton, Producer Lauren Talley and Intern Alec Chenkus.)

  • The Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly team covered several faith-related events in Cleveland during the Republican National Convention this week. Here are a few photos taken by Managing Editor Kim Lawton, Producer Lauren Talley and Intern Alec Chenkus:

  • Managing Editor Kim Lawton describes what she’s learning about how the Republican National Committee mobilizes conservative faith-based voters.

  • Cleveland — Managing Editor Kim Lawton tells the backstory of the challenges Republican Jews are facing in the election and at the Republican National Convention.

  • Managing Editor Kim Lawton is on the ground in Cleveland. She describes how she and the Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly team are covering the role of religion at the Republican National Convention. More

  • On Sunday, July 17, just prior to the start of the Republican National Convention, thousands of interfaith activists in Cleveland took part in a special event called “Circle the City With Love.” At a time when violence and division are … More