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The role of diverse US faith communities in debates about the future of the United States is being unsettled right now through partisan politics.
In the wake of the powerful hurricane that crossed the eastern United States on 27-28 August, faith-based groups have mobilized to bring relief.
The Green Party has questioned the viability and legitimacy of a world financial system that is being held to ransom by a few people in a single country.
A group of 40 religious leaders in the United States have called for President Barck Obama to "bring the war in Afghanistan to an end."
The Copenhagen-based pharmaceutical company Lundbeck has refused to submit testimony to a US court opposing the use of its drugs in executions.
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament has condemned the US decision to site interceptor missiles at the Deveselu air base in Romania.
"I and my group of 9/11 victims' relatives hope we will take this opportunity to restore the US to the path of justice, not war," says Andrea LeBlanc in a moving article for the Guardian newspaper entitled 'America after Osama bin Laden'.
Drugs supplied by European pharmaceutical companies are to be used to execute two US prisoners on the 3rd and 6th of May.
President Barack Obama spoke movingly of his Christian faith at a White House prayer breakfast, says the US Evangelical Lutheran presiding bishop.
A diverse US coalition of Christian leaders will next week announce a new coalition to fight cuts to anti-poverty programmes.