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Amtrak derailment leaves 3 dead 100 miles from Kansas City

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Authorities have now confirmed three people died in an Amtrak train derailment 100 miles northeast of Kansas City, Missouri. Dozens are injured and many remain in regional hospitals as of Tuesday. Eight ...

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These companies will pay employees for abortion expenses

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America’s most liberal companies have made their stance on Roe clear this weekend as they’ve promised employees they’ll pay for abortions. Many of them were mocked by pro-lifers on social media who ...

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“Abortion Involves Killing – and That’s OK!” Hollywood, others respond to Roe ruling

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Not that anyone cares, but Hollywood, big business, big tech, and media personalities are rushing to condemn the Supreme Court which overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday. The court ruled that the ...

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Supreme Court rules in favor of coach who was fired for praying after football games

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The Supreme Court has upheld religious expression in another high-profile case ruling 6-3 that Washington state violated First Amendment religious freedom protections when it fired a praying football coach. Joseph Kennedy had ...

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G-7 creates $600 billion global plan to counter China’s ‘debt trap’

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The Group of Seven (G-7) nations are confronting China head-on with $600 billion for a global infrastructure program.  The new initiative, spread out over 5 years, will serve as a “positive alternative” ...

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Christian leaders, pro-life activists react to Roe ruling

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Reaction from the Christian and broader pro-life communities are pouring in after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the infamous 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, as well as the 1992 Planned Parenthood v. Casey decision. The ...

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Missouri ends most abortions moments after Supreme Court overturns Roe

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Missouri became the latest state on Friday to end the killing of an unborn child with the activation of the state’s “trigger law.” Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, a Republican, signed an opinion ...

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Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade in landmark ruling

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The Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, ruling 5-4 “returning authority to the people and their representatives,” saying the states and not the federal government, have the right to regulate and ...

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Paul Pelosi charged with DUI and auto crash

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Paul Pelosi, husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), was charged with a DUI in connection with his arrest in May. A press release issued by the Napa County District Attorney’s office ...

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Perfect summer reading: ‘The Adventures of Tom Sawyer’

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There are few books that encompass the soul of summertime; “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” is one of them. In it, the glorious line between romanticism and realism blurs in a haze ...

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Australia ends support of religious chaplains serving in public schools

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Australia may soon lose a beloved component of its public schools – chaplains. An institution in Australian schools, the national school chaplaincy program provided a trusted, caring and affirming presence in school ...

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Will a second Jesus People movement spring from this weekend’s Cotton Bowl event?

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In the stadium where evangelists Billy Graham and Bill Bright rallied 70,000 during the Jesus People Movement five decades ago, the Cotton Bowl in Texas will soon host another massive gathering of ...

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How rethinking church properties could help save dying congregations

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Rome, Georgia, features steeple after steeple defining its skyline. Its tourist map for Rome depicts 15 churches in its six-block long, four-block-wide downtown area alone. The church properties take up a substantial ...

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Predictable, consistent parents key to brain development in children

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Scientists have long known that the experiences you have during infancy and childhood play an important role in shaping how your brain matures and how you behave as an adult. But figuring out why ...

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Florida synagogue sues state over new pro-life legislation

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The state of Florida is being sued by a Jewish synagogue over a new pro-life law that outlaws abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy. Congregation L’Dor Va-Dor of Boynton Beach alleges that ...

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Supreme Court strikes down New York concealed carry gun law

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The U.S. Supreme Court has struck down a New York concealed carry gun law that requires people to show “proper cause” to get a license. It allowed officials to arbitrarily use their ...

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Polish man who saved Jews from Nazis dies at 102

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Józef Walaszczyk, a Polish underground resistance fighter who rescued 53 Jews during the Nazi German occupation of Poland, has died aged 102. Walaszczyk died on Monday, according to the Institute of National Remembrance, ...

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70 Georgia congregations join exodus from United Methodist Church

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The exodus of congregations from the United Methodist Church over sexuality issues continues to gain steam. Last week, 70 churches in Georgia officially left the denomination. The North Georgia Conference voted to ...

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Israel could see new elections returning Netanyahu to power

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Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is hoping for a historic comeback after the ruling coalition in Israel disintegrated on Monday. The announcement of the split between ruling parties, and possible new elections, ...

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Japan upholds ban on same-sex marriage

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A Japanese court has upheld a ban on same-sex marriage by dismissing a lawsuit that argued it was unconstitutional. Three same-sex couples in their 30s and 50s sued in the Osaka District ...

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Vaccination increases Covid risk according to study published in New England Journal of Medicine

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Individuals who received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine have been linked with negative protection against the disease, scientists say in a study analyzing the Omicron wave in Qatar. The research also ...

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Nation is “schizophrenic” about God, Ben Carson says

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The United States has become schizophrenic about God, says Ben Carson, former neurosurgeon and secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. “When you stop and you think about it, our ...

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Amy Coney Barrett home target of pro-abortion protests

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Pro-abortion protests have been popping up all over the country, disrupting Catholic churches, doctor offices and pro-life centers all in hopes of keeping their “right” to end the life of a pre-born baby. ...

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Lithuania bans transit of trains with sanctioned goods bound for Russia

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Lithuania has begun a ban on the rail transit of goods subject to European Union sanctions to the Russian far-western exclave of Kaliningrad, transport authorities in the Baltic nation said on June ...

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Original Juneteenth was a spiritual event and the church can still play a role today

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Understanding the significance of the Juneteenth holiday paints a fuller picture of civil rights in the United States, author Jemar Tisby said. “It represents June 19, 865, when enslaved people in Texas ...

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