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American Taliban Sues For Religious Freedom

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Romney Campaign Focuses Spotlight On Mormons

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Is Your Candidate Keeping The Faith?

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The Risks And Rewards Of Romney's Faith Story

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney eats ice cream from Millie's on the run before a fundraising event earlier this month in Nantucket, Mass. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Closing Maine Churches Auction Their Remnants

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John Walker Lindh was captured in Afghanistan in 2002 after fighting with the Taliban. File Photo/AP hide caption

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John Walker Lindh Sues For Prison Prayer Group

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Who Best Represents American Catholics?

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Christians pray for Rimsha on the roof of their priest's compound. Hundreds of the girl's Christian neighbors have fled their homes, fearing attacks by Muslims. Lauren Frayer for NPR hide caption

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With A Girl Jailed, Pakistan Law Again Under Scrutiny

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Some Israeli Parents Rethink Ritual Circumcision

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This composite image shows Republican vice presidential candidate Rep. Paul Ryan (left) and Vice President Biden. Both men are Catholic, but their worldviews are strikingly different. Jose Luis Magana/Thanassis Stavrakis/AP hide caption

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Biden And Ryan Share Faith, But Not Worldview

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Aamir Liaquat, 41, is one of Pakistan's most famous and controversial TV hosts. During the holy month of Ramadan, he broadcasts live for 11 hours a day while fasting and drawing record audiences. Back in 2008, remarks he made about a religious minority in Pakistan were followed by a wave of deadly violence. He was fired and recently rehired. Courtesy of Geo TV hide caption

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Pakistani Televangelist Is Back On Air, Raising Fears

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Does Law Protect Prayer Or Exclude Non-Christians?

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Nuns Ask Candidates To Spend A Day With The Poor

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What Lies Ahead For America's Nuns

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