The headmaster of Brentwood Academy denied many of the allegations detailed in a lawsuit.
Despite its potential, 95 percent of U.S. cohousers are white, 82 percent identify as Democrats, and 66 percent hold a graduate degree, according to one study.
Those brave enough to open the drawer of a hotel nightstand may still find a relic from the days before people traveled everywhere with a digital computer in their pockets: a Christian Bible.
Don't judge them by their white button downs, black ties and cheery dispositions, they can and will destroy you in a game of hoops.
This is the email Hillary Clinton's pastor sent her on the morning of November 9, 2016, the day after she lost the presidential election to Donald Trump.
America's skies are set to dim at a strange hour of its history.
Goldy Landau grew up in an insular Ultra-Orthodox community in upstate New York, which she eventually left to attend Wellesley. She writes about the day her father visited her on campus.
Justin Bieber and his favorite pastors have all started wearing the same mega-hyped clothes. What happens when a church becomes a streetwear brand?
Demonized as immigrants. Mistaken for Muslims. For more than a century, Sikhs in the U.S. have faced suspicion and violence.
The story of one imprisoned prophet illustrates the difficulties of getting a “baby religion” off the ground.
Wigs and long skirts, meet Chanel and avocado toast.
After a disastrous few months, Sadiq Khan tries to protect his city’s future.
Kate Abbott thought the Cub Scouts would be a great place for her son to make friends. Then they came across the "Duty to God" requirements.
"You know when you're in a restaurant and you go to the bathroom and when you come back and your food's there? That's me."
Even hardcore devotees disagree, though many acknowledge there’s something profoundly spiritual about catching waves — a feeling scientists attribute to the power of being in the water.
This short documentary, an episode of Slate's new video series about Islamophobia, unravels all the complex personal and social factors that go into the decision to wear a hijab.
Just what kinds of questions does linguistics want to answer? What counts as evidence? Is universal grammar in particular — and theoretical linguistics in general — a science at all?
The order of nuns says the pipeline violates its religious land ethic in case to come before a judge Monday.
A small, vocal group of Conservative rabbis is pushing the movement to accept marriages between Jews and non-Jews. The fight is really about the future of the religion.
Oh, Will Rubin, what are you even thinking? You could've idolized any late night show host — and you didn't even go with one that's Jewish.
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