Actress Anupamaa Anagha Bhosale, who had previously spoken of quitting the television industry, has formalized her decision. Anagha took to her social media and wrote that she was “officially leaving the film and television industry”. Anagha’s note suggests she does it for her “religious beliefs and spiritual path.” In hisRead More →

Warning: This hearing clip contains explicit depictions of child abuse. Lawmakers questioned Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on March 22 as the Senate Judiciary Committee continues its Supreme Court confirmation hearings. Jackson was nominated by President Joe Biden in February to replace outgoing Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer. If confirmed, sheRead More →

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Warning: This hearing clip contains explicit depictions of child abuse. Lawmakers questioned Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on March 22 as the Senate Judiciary Committee continues its Supreme Court confirmation hearings. Jackson was nominated by President Joe Biden in February to replace outgoing Supreme CourtRead More →

The new survey, conducted by The Marist College Survey, highlights trends on faith and religion in America SALT LAKE CITY, March 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Desert News Faith in America Survey, conducted by The Marist college Survey, reveals a growing trend in the country: Americans hold on to theirRead More →

The new survey, conducted by The Marist college Survey, highlights trends on faith and religion in America SALT LAKE CITY, March 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Desert News Faith in America Survey, conducted by The Marist college Survey, reveals a growing trend in the country: Americans hold on to theirRead More →

Accepting Religious Beliefs in a “Post-Pandemic” Workplace By Amy A. Robinson and Iván Resendiz Gutierrez, Miller Nash LLP Amy A. Robinson It’s no surprise that the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has had a huge impact on the thoughts of today’s employees about life, work, and workplace rules. A recentRead More →

Diving Brief: An employee’s religious beliefs did not conflict with their employer’s mandatory DEI training, a federal jury found 3rd of March (Brennan vs. Deluxe Corporationno. 1:18-cv-02119 (D. Md. 3 March 2022)). The plaintiff, a born-again Christian, told a human resources manager at Deluxe Corporation that his beliefs “did notRead More →

Sebastiano del Piombo (1485-1547), “Portrait of Pope Clement VII” (circa 1531), oil on slate (The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles) The exhibition explores how artists used stone to create dramatic and emotional effects in portraits and depictions of the sacred from the Renaissance to the 18th century The purchaseRead More →