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D.C. Holding Lottery For Ballot Position

It’s not exactly the Kentucky Derby draw, but candidates in the District of Columbia’s political horse races are still hoping to land a favorable position.


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Poll: American Trust In Clergy Members Hits New Low

A record number of people throughout the United States have expressed a lack of trust in clergy members, according to a new poll.


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President Obama Nurtures His Faith Away From the Spotlight

President Barack Obama is not an overtly religious man. He and his family rarely attend church, and he almost never elaborates in public about his own relationship to his Christian faith.


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Maryland Faith Leaders Gather for Health Care Summit

Maryland health advocates urged religious leaders on Tuesday to learn more about how federal health care reform will be implemented in the state so they can pass information on to uninsured congregants.


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Supreme Court Refuses To Halt Morning-After Pill Rule

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has denied a request to block part of the federal health care law that requires employers to provide employee insurance coverage that includes emergency contraception including the morning after pill.


President Obama's January inauguration will include a prayer service and fewer official parties than the 10 he attended in 2008. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Obama Inauguration To Include Prayer Service, Fewer Parties

President Barack Obama is planning to participate in a special prayer service at the National Cathedral the morning after he takes the oath of office, his inaugural committee announced Tuesday.