United Baptist Church, which has existed for more than a century, lost at least 20 members of its congregation to COVID-19.
The new policy comes as New York City struggles to get members of the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community to comply with social distancing rules.
Taillors Group, the business, is now looking to move.
An argument over subway etiquette spiraled into a shouting match about racism and religion aboard a 4 train.
Being a Trump supporter is not a religion, a Manhattan judge ruled Wednesday in tossing a lawsuit filed against a West Village bar that allegedly denied a customer service over his "Make America Great Again" hat.
A religious dispute on a subway car last week ended in a man being punched in the face, according to the NYPD.
If you reside in New Jersey, and the idea of Jesus taking the wheel makes you uncomfortable, you may now legally express your discomfort via a vanity license plate.
City officials called Trump a racist, a demagogue, and a clown, but one woman showed up to defend him.
"Although everyone had tickets with seat numbers that they purchased in advance, they asked us to trade seats with them, and even offered to pay money, since they cannot sit next to a woman."
"Onionhead related religious practices...have included praying, reading spiritual texts, discussing personal matters with colleagues and management, burning candles, and keeping dim lighting in the workplace."
The sheep will be killed tomorrow, but don't be sad, it's all for religion.
A man allegedly efaced several religious institutions.
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