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A new lawsuit accuses Walmart of misleading customers seeking treatments for a variety of ailments from colds to asthma. The Amherst- headquartered Center for Inquiry is suing the retail giant over how it markets homeopathic products. "There's no scientific evidence whatsoever that homeopathic products work for any disease," said Nick Little, Center for Inquiry's Vice President and General Counsel.


Merger creates nation's largest secular organization

Jan 22, 2016

A major merger in secularism was announced Thursday. The Center for Inquiry in Amherst is merging with the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science. WBFO's Eileen Buckley spoke with the woman who will be leading the newly blended organizations.

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The magazine Free Inquiry is celebrating International Blasphemy Rights Day with a vehement defense of the rights of expression about religion and printed images of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.


Fewer Americans affiliate with a religion

May 13, 2015
Center for Inquiry

Americans who have no religious affiliation now make up the second-largest group in the nation, only behind Evangelical Protestants. A new survey by the Pew Forum on Religion in Public Life found that people who do not identify with any religion make up 22.8% of the population, up from 16.1% in 2007.

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The Center for Inquiry is working with SONY Pictures in an effort to bring the controversial movie "The Interview" to Buffalo.