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Man free after wrongfully imprisoned for two decades


He was imprisoned nearly 18 years for a murder he didn’t commit. Now, David Robinson of Sikeston is a free man after being released Monday night from prison just hours after Missouri ...

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Felony case against Governor Greitens dismissed

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The criminal invasion of privacy case against Missouri Governor Eric Greitens was suddenly dismissed Monday. The announcement came after both sides went into the judge’s chambers Monday evening. Assistant St. Louis Circuit ...

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Opening of new U.S. embassy in Jerusalem held


JERUSALEM, Israel – President Trump is being hailed as courageous for implementing a 23-year-old law mandating the move of the U.S. embassy to Israel’s capital Jerusalem. The long-awaited action represents a significant ...

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FL Reaps Better Educational Achievement than KS for Less Money

Florida spends significantly less per pupil on education, but that didn’t stop its students from outperforming students in Kansas schools on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) in 2017. Of the ...

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Guardsman murdered in Lee’s Summit laid to rest


Missouri Air Guardsman Cody Harter was laid to rest Friday morning by friends, family and military veterans at the Word of Life Church. The twenty-three year old veteran was fatally stabbed alongside ...

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Legislature works to put Right-to-Work on ballot


Right-to-work ballot measures may be on the ballot soon. A resolution passed in the Senate at roughly 5 a.m. Friday after a nearly 12-hour filibuster would move the voting date for a ...

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The Creation of Hope: My journey through the darkness of mental illness

By Mark Brenneman May is Mental Health month in America, and what better time to look at the positive side of those that struggle with mental illness. There is so much negative ...

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Israeli volunteers are changing the world


CBN Documentaries has released a five-part short film series telling stories of Israeli volunteers and their generosity that are often missing from media coverage. The series, “To Life: How Israeli Volunteers Are ...

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Persecuted Church: ‘We can look away, but we can’t say we didn’t know’

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Cries of the persecuted church find the ear of capitol hill. Nearly 215 million Christians experience severe persecution worldwide, according to the Institute on Religion and Democracy. The plight of the oppressed has ...

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Pray for Christian women being kidnapped in Egypt


A Coptic Christian woman who got married just two weeks ago has been kidnapped in Egypt. She becomes the eighth Christian woman to disappear since the beginning of April when she went ...

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Sight & Sound’s ‘JESUS’ will come to Branson

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The first time someone invited me to a Sight & Sound Bible-based theatrical production – which would have required flying across the country and taking time away from my regular life – ...

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Christian hostages welcomed home by President Trump

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After years in a North Korean prison, three hostages found their freedom as the Christian American men were greeted by President Donald Trump beneath a giant American flag after they returned home ...

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1000 people held captive by jihadis freed in Nigeria

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More than 1,000 people held captive in northeastern Nigeria by the jihadi group Boko Haram have been rescued, Nigeria’s military said Monday. The hostages, which consisted mainly of women and children, were ...

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Boy Scouts dropping the ‘Boy’ called politically correct


Boy Scouts of America is striking gender from its Scouting program titles in 2019, ushering in the change with a “Scout Me In” campaign for Cub Scouts. “Starting this summer, all kids ...

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Missouri has a booming export to Kansas: sex offenders


While many Missourians may be relieved that sex offenders are leaving the state, Kansas and other neighboring states may be struggling with the influx. Missouri’s one-size-fits-all approach sends hundreds of sex offenders ...

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