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IBM to N.C. Gov: Company Opposes 'Religious Freedom' Bill

Apr 19
Technology giant IBM's top North Carolina executive has told state lawmakers and Gov. Pat McCrory that the corporation strongly opposes proposed "religious freedom" bill

Cardinal Francis George, Key Catholic Orthodoxy Voice, Dies

By Rachel Zoll and Don Babwin | Apr 18
Cardinal Francis George, a vigorous defender of Roman Catholic orthodoxy who played a key role in the church's response to the clergy sex abuse scandal and led the U.S. bishops' fight against Obamacare, has died after a long fight with cancer. He was 78.

Some San Francisco Catholics Call for Ouster of Archbishop

Apr 16
San Francisco Bay Area Catholics have gone public with their complaints about the San Francisco archbishop,

Now You See Her, Now You Don't :: Israeli Website Cuts Kim

Apr 15
An Israeli ultra-Orthodox Jewish news website has cut Kim Kardashian - one of the world's most photographed women - from a photo taken of her in Jerusalem this week.

Indiana Hires PR Firm After Religious Objections Law Flap

By Ken Kusmer | Apr 14
Indiana's economic and tourism development agencies hired a public relations firm Monday to repair the damage to the state's reputation from a religious objections law that raised the specter of discrimination against gays and others.

Kansas Ponders New Protections for Campus Religious Groups

Apr 13
Kansas legislators could enact new legal protections for faith-based groups on state college campuses, even though the state already has a religious objections law.

Catholic School Teacher Suspended For Gay Remarks Reinstated

Apr 12
A Catholic school teacher suspended after she wrote in a Facebook post that gays "want to reengineer western civ into slow extinction" has been reinstated.

Gay Man Ousted From Catholic School May Have Little Recourse

By Margery A. Beck | Apr 10
Supporters of a teacher whose Omaha Catholic school contract will not be renewed because of his same-sex relationship say the school is discriminating against him based on his sexual orientation.

Kansas Quietly Passed Religious Objections Law 2 Years Ago

Apr 7
Religious objections measures in Arkansas and Indiana that prompted national criticism are similar to a law Kansas quietly enacted two years ago with the state's leading gay-rights group officially neutral.

Hate Group Goes On Diet: 21 Day Fast For Marriage Begins Today

By Bobby McGuire | Apr 7
If all goes to plan, there will be a lot of skinny bigots come May.

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