The lawsuit follows a Supreme Court decision allowing Alabama to deny a Muslim-American man's request to have an imam present at his execution.
Each weekend, Harris Zafar drives into downtown Portland and allows anyone to ask him anything about Islam.
After nearly 15 months of legal battles, Supreme Court justices finally appear poised to endorse President Trump's third and most narrow travel ban.
The Trump administration is appealing earlier court decisions securing due process for the Iraqi nationals and preventing them from what advocates say is unlawful detention.
As hundreds of thousands of Myanmar muslims seek safety in the country, they have little choice but to overburden the jungles on which their livelihoods depend.
The ban creates varying limits on visas for nationals of six Muslim-majority countries—Libya, Chad, Somalia, Syria, Iran, and Yemen—as well as Venezuela and North Korea.
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a nationwide halt to the travel ban.
To create goodwill, USAID proposes using American money overseas for religious structures. But will that upset our foundation of church-state separation?
While U.S. Rep. Peter King holds hearings on the threat of homegrown Islamic terrorism, those who actually look at the issue say the incidence is small and dropped last year.