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Hundreds stranded in North Carolina floods after Hurricane Matthew

LUMBERTON, N.C. — Hundreds of people were rescued by boat and helicopter as floodwaters inundated North Carolina towns on Monday in the wake of Hurricane Matthew, and officials warned that life-threatening flooding ...

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Why the National 9-11 Memorial and Museum matters

Fifteen years after the attacks of September 11, 2001, we visit the National 9/11 Memorial in New York to discover why it matters to every American. –By Dwight Widaman As we approached the ...

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Before flooding Louisiana with ‘help,’ read this

Thinking of jumping in your car and driving to Louisiana to help those affected by the flood? Wondering how you could mail some food or hand-me-down clothes to help? If you answered ...

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Crash kills missionary family of 5 on way to training

A young missionary family of five from Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis is being mourned after a highway crash in western Nebraska took their lives July 31. Jamison and Kathryne Pals, both ...

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Simone Manuel gets gold, gives glory to God

Simone Manuel became the first African American to win an individual medal in swimming on Thursday (Aug. 11) when she won gold in the women’s 100-meter freestyle, and she was quick to ...

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Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King, on 2016 election

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This Presidential election, many are saying they will vote for the “lesser of two evils”. Won’t it be better to vote for “what’s good for America?”  Voting on the issues trumps evil hearts ...

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It’s a ‘spiritual battle’ says Kansas City Police Chief Daryl Forte

On Sunday, July 10, hundreds of people of different races, denominations and economic status, came together and filled the Kansas City East Patrol Campus gymnasium at 26th and Paseo Boulevard. The standing-room-only ...

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“Islamic refugee” arrested with gas pipeline plans along Mexican border

Police in a U.S. town bordering Mexico have apprehended an undocumented, Middle Eastern woman in possession of the region’s gas pipeline plans, law enforcement sources tell Judicial Watch. Authorities describe the woman ...

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Obama administration redefines biology with transgender lawsuit

In a move that already has a majority of the nation’s states saying they’ll join in a move to fight the Obama administration, Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced the Justice Department will ...

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Former Kansan forever changed by Joplin tornado

Author’s note: Like my subject in the combination story and interview that follows, I was in Joplin, Mo., on Sunday, May 22, 2011, where I ultimately found myself in the path of ...

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Joplin sees amazing progress in rebuilding

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After one of the most destructive tornadoes in U.S. history carved a mile-wide scar through Joplin in 2011 and killed 161 people, some thought the southwest Missouri city would never regain its ...

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Gay activists demand NCAA expel Christian colleges

Campus Pride, an LGBT activist group, is pressuring the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to cut ties with Christian colleges over their views on transgenderism and homosexuality. Ever since the Obama administration ...

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In Life and Death, Scalia changed the Supreme Court

  Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the leader of the court’s conservative wing and an intellectual powerhouse, died on Feb. 13 at age 79, sending shock waves through the legal and political ...

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iPhone backdoor brawl at forefront of personal privacy debate

Law enforcement agencies depend on evidence to build and solve criminal cases. But much of that evidence these days comes in the form of electronic data in mobile devices such as smartphones, ...

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Bronco thankful and spends $1800 on newborn’s ticket

After having to pay $1,800 for his newborn daughter to be able to attend Super Bowl 50, Bronco punter Britton Colquitt is quick to point out that all things work together for ...

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Prison reform gets bi-partisan support

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A bipartisan congressional task force on Jan. 26 recommended reforms to reduce the federal prison population by 60,000 and save taxpayers more than $5 billion. The reforms also coincide with President Obama’s ...

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Is there a Christian perspective to gun control?

On Tuesday (Jan. 5), an emotional President Obama announced a series of executive actions to, in his words, “do something to try to prevent the next” mass shooting. “We can,” the President ...

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Lost lyrics of Fanny Crosby now expanding her legacy

The hymns of Fanny Crosby have impacted lives for Christ worldwide for generations, but until recently 2,700 of them were overlooked in an archive, unsung and unpublished. Now on the album “Blessed ...

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Donald Trump’s appeal to Evangelicals is real, surging

After watching Donald Trump maneuver on the presidential campaign trail during these past six enthralling months, I’ve come to the following conclusions: Trump definitely has an appeal to conservative evangelicals, and this ...

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Who are Donald Trump’s Christian supporters?

New polling shows Donald Trump continuing to surge among the Republican field and even independents and conservative democrats. His strong showing among Christians is a surprise to some and annoyance to others. ...

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California introduces bill seeking to drown out anti-Israel boycotts

With an eye on the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel, California State Assemblyman Travis Allen (R) on Monday introduced Assembly Bill 1552, which would ensure that California doesn’t contract ...

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2015 Year in Review

It was a year when the ISIS began a campaign to cleanse the Middle East and North Africa of Christians; more states legalized marijuana and Tom Brady went to court of “deflategate”.  This is ...

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January is National Respect Life Month

January 22nd is the 43rd anniversary of the worst Supreme Court decision in our nation’s history. With Roe v. Wade, seven robed men gave America some of the most permissive abortion-on-demand laws in the ...

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Religious leaders who died in 2015

They preached and inspired. They wrote and taught. Here is a list of notable faith leaders who passed away in 2015. Eight-time Grammy-winning contemporary gospel singer Andrae Crouch listens to speeches before receiving a ...

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Church is the Place to be for Christmas

Christmas is a great time to invite someone to church, according to a new study. In a poll of 1,000 Americans, LifeWay Research found six out of 10 Americans typically attend church ...

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