Its fight for tax exemption was dubbed "Operation Snow White," and it became a major operation of domestic espionage.
Small groups have taken the verses that speak about "jihad" and twisted them to justify radical movements.
Bollywood film "Padmaavat" opened Thursday, even though it incited violent protests over several months.
While in Chile, Pope Francis called accusations against Bishop Juan Barros Madrid "calumny."
Thomas Spencer Monson, the 16th president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, died at his home Tuesday.
He says he has a problem with one of the lines.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders defended the videos, saying "The threat is real, and that's what the president is talking about."
The Senate passed a resolution late Thursday making sexual harassment training mandatory for everyone working in Congress' upper chamber.
The Supreme Court will take on a bigger caseload for the Fall 2017 term, and a more controversial one at that.
He's been accused of propagating seven heresies through his "acts, words and omissions."
A top priest could stand trial in Vatican City for allegations of possessing child pornography.
Eze Amos snapped photos of alleged killer James Fields Jr. in the hours before Heather Heyer's death in Charlottesville, Virginia.