Was TSA Green-Lighted to Profile Under New Anti-Profiling Rules?

Last month, to great attention, the Justice Department issued new racial profiling guidelines that continue to allow U.S. Customs and Border Patrol and the Transport Security Administration to discriminate based on ethnicity and religion. Former President George W. Bush, whose administration released similar guidelines in 2003, was the first to ban racial profiling in the

Religious and Education Leaders Try to Beat Back Message of ISIS to the Youngest Recruits

As the terrorist organization ISIS grows and recruits members in the U.S through social media, many American-Muslims are leading discussions with their community to clarify that the extremist group violates fundamental principles of Islam. The group, which has drawn the United States back into limited military action in the Middle East, grew in the national

Election Dilemma for Poles: Vote Religion or Immigration

Beata Kucybala is conflicted. In the 2012 presidential election, Kucybala’s Roman Catholic beliefs will dictate her vote. But as an immigrant, her decision isn’t that simple. “I’m very confused,” Kucybala, 44, says. “I’m not sure what I’m doing right now, if I’m voting for Obama, or if I’m voting for the Republican party.” Kucybala immigrated