Elizabeth Smart Shares About Her Faith And Kidnapping

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The YouTube video "Somewhere in America," featuring diverse Muslim women wearing hijab, immediately sparked strong reactions — both positive and negative. Sheikh and Bake Productions/YouTube hide caption

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In Conflict-Torn Africa, Senegal Shows A Way To Religious Harmony

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U.S. Catholics Invigorated By Pope Francis' First Year

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Pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber, shown here officiating civil union ceremonies in Denver in May, wrote a book on faith that recently landed on the New York Times best-seller list. Anna Hanel/Colorado Public Radio hide caption

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Pastor Leads A New Brand Of Church For 'Sinners And Saints'

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Jamison Manwaring's brother Jonathan (right) and Jonathan's wife, Rachel, have become advocates for gay Mormons since Jamison came out. Courtesy Jamison Manwaring hide caption

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After Coming Out, Gay Mormon Finds Support At Home

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Navajo activist Klee Benally chains himself to an excavator on the San Francisco Peaks, which he and 13 tribes consider sacred. Ethan Sing hide caption

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A Jew And A Latino Walk Into A Recording Studio...

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'Duck Dynasty' Attracts Christian Conservatives

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Accompanied by his wife Brigitte, right, Rev. Frank Schaefer of Lebanon, Pa., departs Thursday after meeting with officials at the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference of the United Methodist Church in Norristown, Pa. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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