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Afghan man charged in killing of 2 Muslims in Albuquerque

The killings have sent a shudder through Muslim communities, where some people questioned their safety and limited their movements.

Newsom takes on San Francisco NIMBY policies

"NIMBYism is destroying the state," Governor Gavin Newsom said of San Francisco's penchant for rejecting housing projects.

Religious exemption

CHICAGO — The Seventh Circuit ruled that a Catholic school guidance counselor qualifies as a minister and therefore cannot bring a civil rights suit against the school for firing her when it found out she was in a same-sex relationship.

Alito mocks foreign leaders for criticizing overturn of Roe v. Wade

The conservative justice took a victory lap overseas with choice words for his critics.

Feds ask judge to toss ACLU-backed lawsuit over grilling of Muslims at border

Three U.S. citizens, all practicing Muslims, say they are routinely interrogated about their religion when they come home after traveling abroad.

Christian university fights Washington state probe into anti-LGBTQ hiring practices

Seattle Pacific University also accuses Attorney General Bob Ferguson of persecuting people of faith and faith-based entities.

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