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For Jews Born On Leap Day, A Second Chance At A Bar Mitzvah

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Encore: Hollywood Shines New 'Spotlight' On Boston Clergy Sex Abuse

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Mormon Tabernacle Choir Grows (Virtually) By Crowdsourcing Public Recordings

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Why Do Evangelicals Support Donald Trump? A Pastor Explains

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The books to be published by Salaam Reads are intended to appeal to Muslim and non-Muslim readers alike. Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Muhammad Ali, world heavyweight boxing champion, stands with Malcolm X (left) outside the Trans-Lux Newsreel Theater in New York in 1964. AP hide caption

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Muhammad Ali And Malcolm X: A Broken Friendship, An Enduring Legacy

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FLDS Church Leaders Indicted In Food Stamps Fraud

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The True Number Of Evangelical Voters Depends On Who You Ask

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Average Mohamed is using cartoons to counter the extremist message of groups like ISIS. Average Mohamed/YouTube hide caption

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Taking On The Appeal Of ISIS, With Cartoons

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Jesse Valles (from right,) Isaac Apodaca, Lamar Kellam and Sydney Harrison get in line for the free Sunday dinners offered at the Rebel and Divine church, a congregation in Phoenix that aims to help at-risk youth, many of whom are homeless and transgender. Stina Sieg/KJZZ hide caption

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Pastor Redefines 'Church' For Transgender Youth

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Pope Francis Condones Contraception With Zika Virus Threat

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Trump Is Defiant After Pope Criticizes His Plan To Build Border Wall

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Pope Francis Justifies Contraception In Regions Affected By Zika Virus

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