Aug 19: Muslim congresswomen, General running a Christian website, and more

Executive Branch

The Military Religious Freedom Foundation, which advocates for the separation of church and state in the military, formally complained about an Air Force general who runs a Christian website.

The US Commission on International Religious Freedom has lost its bipartisan support as its focus has changed.

Legislative Branch

Religion News Service profiled two Muslim women who are likely to become the first female Muslim congressional representatives.


A Muslim prisoner sued his prison for violating his religious rights after his strip search was observed by a transgender man.

Deseret News examined both sides of the debate about whether or not to tear down a large cross in Maryland that commemorates fallen soldiers.