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Superheroes slipping on banana peels

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Movies | NEW YORK— The Amazing Spider-Man 2 , which opens in theaters today, is in some ways like any other superhero movie, but has an especially winsome cast and…

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

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Movies | Before The Amazing Spider-Man 2 started rolling at the premiere in New York, the film critic sitting next to me said, “I liked the first [ Amazing Spider-Man ],

Sudden impact

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Documentary | Films that deal fairly with Christians are getting a respectful audience at major film festivals

Defense: Politics prompted D’Souza prosecution

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Courts | If the judge refuses Dinesh D’Souza’s selective prosecution motion for dismissal, his May trial will be messy and personal

New York church gets legal reinforcements in school rental fight

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Religious Liberty | NEW YORK—Churches, synagogues, and religious groups representing thousands of churches across the country filed an amicus brief on Monday in support of the…

No upheaval on Easter

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Religious Liberty | New York City’s ban on churches renting public schools remains in place, but an appeal will allow worship services this Sunday

Professional negligence

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Abortion | Health Department documents show lack of inspections at New York abortion centers, and multiple problems at the few that were visited

Supreme Court refuses Christian wedding photographer’s case

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Supreme Court | The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear the case of a Christian wedding photographer fined after she refused to photograph a gay couple’s…

Conscience at the court

Conscience at the court

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Supreme Court | Opponents of Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate have a good day before the Supreme Court in their effort to avoid supporting abortion

NYC churches homeless again

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Religious Liberty | Circuit court kicks NYC churches out of public schools for the second time

Supreme Court strikes individual campaign finance restriction

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Supreme Court | In a sequel to the Citizens United case, justices lift aggregate limit on individual political donations

No expedited Supreme Court hearing for Catholic nonprofits

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Supreme Court | The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected two cases from Catholic nonprofits objecting to the contraceptive mandate, but their legal challenges will continue.

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