As the Supreme Court itself stated in its majority opinion, the decision also protects controversial religious organizations.
The Department of State releases its yearly religious liberty report: China (with 85 quotes from Bitter Winter), Russia, Pakistan are severely criticized.
Ex-Mormon billionaire James Huntsman sues the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He wants back what he donated in 24 years.
According to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, the offensive content does not violate Free Exercise rights. A petition for certiorari was filed last week.
Those sentenced to death may be assisted in their last moments by a Christian chaplain only, even if they belong to another religion. Muslims protest.
After Australia, for the first time a U.S. state introduces a bill that would force priests to report information on child abuse obtained in the confessional.
The institutes are exposed as the long arm of the CCP to infiltrate American universities and spread “propaganda and malign influence.”
The CCP retaliates against American sanctions for atrocities in Xinjiang, “punishes” Ambassador Brownback, Senators Rubio and Cruz, Representative Chris Smith.
The US State Department issues visa restrictions, stating Washington remains committed to preservation of autonomy, religious identity, and human rights in Tibet.