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Controversy Erupts Over Sex-Segregated Brooklyn Bus

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Natalie Ochoa (left) and her mother, Betty Ochoa, say that services at the New Life Covenant church are less formal than those of the Catholic church they once attended.

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U.S. Hispanics Choose Churches Outside Catholicism

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On the National Mall in Washington, D.C., in May, David Liquori (right) talks with passersby.

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Jewish Holiday Celebrated By Occupying Wall Street

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Bishop Indicted For Not Reporting Suspected Abuse

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Mitt Romney, a GOP candidate for president, is Mormon. Recently, the pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas called the Mormon faith a "cult" and said Romney isn't Christian. But other evangelicals say they share conservative social values and would vote for a Mormon for president.

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