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Wave of homelessness crashes over West Coast

Crowded encampments have sprung up along transportation corridors, rivers, and sidewalks up and down the West Coast following a surge in homelessness, according to a survey by the U.S. Department of Housing ...

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2017 Year In Review

It was a year of highs and lows as Antifa battled with democracy and the media devoured itself in sex charges after losing a battle for honesty in its reporting. Airport attack ...

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Here’s how tax cuts will really affect you

As Congress works towards passing the most massive tax cuts since Reagan, there’s a lot of fake information floating around on Facebook about how it will affect the average individual, family and ...

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Reformed theologian, pastor R.C. Sproul dies

Robert Charles “R.C.” Sproul, the Reformed theologian, pastor, teacher, and lecturer who founded and chaired Ligonier Ministries and authored close to 100 books, including The Holiness of God, died Thursday. He was 78. Sproul ...

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How Marriage Lifts Families Out of Poverty

The organization behind National Marriage Week USA (in February) makes the case that marriage must be part of the current political debate about income inequality and how to reduce poverty. “Today 53 ...

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FEMA bill allowing churches to receive aid advances


WASHINGTON — Churches, synagogues, mosques and other faith-based community centers damaged in a natural disaster could be eligible for federal disaster relief funds through FEMA under a measure approved by a congressional ...

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