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Israel imports more food as farmers struggle

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Israeli farmers are predicting a 35% drop in both production and revenue. But those in the country’s southern breadbasket near Gaza are projecting an average 70% loss of produce and 69% loss ...

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3M agrees to $12.5 billion settlement over ‘forever chemicals’ in drinking water

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Chemical manufacturer 3M has agreed to major concessions in a revised settlement proposal with several public drinking water systems across the U.S. The new settlement terms include paying billions of dollars more ...

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Teens fall for online scams more than their grandparents

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The joke may be on teens who think they know more about tech than their folks. A new study finds supposedly tech-savvy teens are falling for online scams at a higher rate ...

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Student loan bailout unconstitutional, Supreme Court rules

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The Supreme Court has ruled 6-3 that the Biden administration’s student loan bailout unconstitutional. Biden unveiled the plan in August 2022 in a move critics decried as a constitutionally dubious attempt to ...

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New GateZero video game brings world of Jesus to life

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Most Americans, especially young people, spend far more time playing video games than reading the Bible. The innovative new game GateZero will immerse players in scripture by transporting them back to the ...

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Dave Ramsey sued for $150 million alleged timeshare scam

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Former followers are suing finance guru Dave Ramsey for $150 million over his endorsement of a failed timeshare exit company that defrauded customers out of millions of dollars. The lawsuit alleges that ...

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IRS Data Book reveals true size of nation’s religious nonprofits

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Earlier this month, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) published its 2022 Data Book, a massive collection of filing data, compliance activities, and other statistics covering the nation’s tax base. The 82-page ...

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U.S. households added $320 billion in debt last year

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U.S. households continue to struggle, adding $320 billion in debt last year.  It marks the highest level since the 2008 financial crisis which saw millions lose their homes. Households owe a combined ...

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Homeschooling Conference & Vendor Fair this weekend in KC

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The Midwest Parent Educators Conference and Curriculum Fair will be held March 31 and April 1 in Kansas City. Metrovoicenews.com is a sponsor of this annual homeschooling event. The annual event, which ...

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Billy Graham home now a pastor’s retreat

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A former home of Billy and Ruth Graham is now a retreat for pastors, thanks to the efforts of actor Kirk Cameron, a North Carolina businessman and one of the Grahams’ daughters. ...

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Oldest known Hebrew Bible may bring as much as $50 million at auction

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The oldest and most-complete Hebrew Bible known to exist soon will go on the market. Experts believe it could be sold for as much as $50 million. The Codex Sassoon, named after ...

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Walgreens, CVS to pay $10 billion for opioid crisis

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Walgreens and CVS will pay nearly $10 billion for their involvement in fueling the opioid crisis. The settlements will help to “substantially resolve” various opioid-related lawsuits launched against them. Walgreens and CVS ...

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Vast majority of Americans still support helping Ukraine

A whopping 71 percent of Americans support sending military aid, money, or a combination of both to help Ukraine fight against Russia.  The poll comes as some Republican leaders, including minority leader ...

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Elon Musk cleans house at Twitter after taking control

Elon Musk is in the house – the Twitter house – as owner. The world’s richest man and an advocate of free speech wasted no time firing the company’s top officials, many ...

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When the credit card debt bubble bursts

Inflation still isn’t letting up, and it’s a top concern for Americans right now. But we just learned of yet another way surging prices are hurting families—leading them into huge amounts of credit ...

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Every American taxpayer will pay $2,500 to cover student loan ‘forgiveness’

Every American taxpayer will pay $2,500 to cover the cost of President Joe Biden’s student debt “cancellation” plan. That’s the shocking accounting study conducted by the National Taxpayers Union Foundation (NTUF). Biden’s ...

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12 inches and counting as rain deluges St. Louis region

Large swaths of St. Louis remain under water after historic rainfall fell through Tuesday morning. Emergency officials are concerned that additional rain forecast for Wednesday will cause additional flooding. The rain broke ...

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Michael Youssef lays out plan to equip next generation for church challenges

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As deconstruction, liberal theology and “woke” doctrine continue to invade the church, Michael Youssef, pastor of the Church of the Apostles in Atlanta, Georgia, is on a mission to instill truth in ...

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Walmart sued for aiding scammers who stole $1.5 billion from customers

Walmart is being sued by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for allowing scammers to use its money transfer services. According to the FTC, customers lost hundreds of millions of dollars. From 2013 to ...

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Heartland to Holy Land tour of Israel April 29 – May 10, 2023

The next Metro Voice tour of the Biblical heartland of Israel will be April 29 through May 10, 2023. Join Metro Voice publishers Dwight and Anita Widaman on this Heartland to Holy ...

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Exxon responds to Biden letter that threatens “emergency powers”

Exxon Mobil fired back at President Joe Biden who has moved from blaming Vladimir Putin to now blaming U.S. energy producers for soaring gas prices.  The White House is now threatening to use ...

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Thousands sign petition asking Kanakuk Kamps to waive non-disclosure agreements

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The fallout from sexual abuse allegations against Kanakuk Kamps near Branson continues. More than 26,121 people have signed a petition asking the organization to release dozens of victims and their families from ...

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Musk gets praise, barbs for Twitter takeover

Many leading conservatives and other free speech advocates continue to praise Elon Musk purchasing Twitter. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, tweeted simply, “Free speech is making a comeback.” Actor James Woods said, “I’ve ...

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Enough fentanyl to kill 20 million Americans seized

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Enough opioid fentanyl to kill 20 million Americans–has been seized in California. The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) on April 23 seized the drug, in a massive law enforcement operation. “ACSO detectives ...

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Missouri Republican legislators want to return $1 billion to taxpayers

Missouri Republican lawmakers have some good news for taxpayers as the filing deadline approaches. Republican legislators have announced a plan to use $1 billion from the state’s historic surplus for tax rebates. ...

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