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New documentary digs deeper into the lives, legacies of Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life shooting survivors, families

Although the attack remained international news for weeks, filmmaker Trish Adlesic says there’s still more of this story to tell.

By Bill O'Driscoll/WESA

A Chambersburg church wants members to bring their political differences to the service

A Chambersburg church wants members to bring their political differences to the service. Despite differences in their opinions, members are still able to pray together afterward.

By Robby Brod

Three and a half years after Tree of Life shooting in Pittsburgh, lawyers differ sharply on when to begin trial

The defendant faces more than 60 federal charges for offenses ranging from hate crimes to obstruction of religious belief.

By An-Li Herring/WESA

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Church, state separation issue has been addressed, central Pa. school official says

The Freedom From Religion Foundation claims the violation occurred before the high school football team’s first two games of the season.
By John Beauge/PennLive

Pa. House spends $1.1 million to win court battle to preserve opening prayer tradition

"Our money is easy for them to spend and our opinions are just as easy for them to negate."
By Jan Murphy/PennLive

In seeking death penalty, government sets aside religious beliefs of some Tree of Life Synagogue shooting victims

“I think it comes from a basic value in a human life and the possibility that you can ask for forgiveness.”
By An-Li Herring/WESA

Pittsburgh clergy abuse compensation fund receives a total of 367 claims

"We're months away from finishing our work for the Diocese."
By Kathleen Davis/WESA