Column: While control of the Senate in this year's midterms is up for grabs, no one doubts that the Republicans will continue to control the House.
While a new survey found an increasing desire for religion to play a role in politics among all Christians, among Catholics, it found an independently thinking group.
In July, Paul Ryan unveiled a new anti-poverty plan that is an about-face for Ryan, who's known for proposing budget cuts that hurt the poor.
In today's Republican Party, a number of factors have forged a new religious identity that supersedes familiar old categories.
Column: We all need to ask ourselves: Do we start with our partisan political bias and then shape our religious views to fit it, or the other way round?
Column: While the 2016 presidential Democratic nomination risks turning into Hillary Clinton's coronation, the contest for the Republican nomination better resembles civil war.