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Kansas sues Biden administration over Title IX revisions


Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach is leading a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Education over its recently announced changes to Title IX. The revisions would forbid discrimination based on gender identity ...

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Boys Scouts of America rebrands

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The Boy Scouts of America is changing its name to become more gender inclusive. Next February, the 115th anniversary of its founding, it will become Scouting America. “Though our name will be ...

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Supreme Court hears Missouri election speech case

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The U.S. Supreme Court this week heard arguments in the case of Murthy v. Missouri, which some observers believe could affect conversations about the 2024 election The justices will decide if a ...

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Website that accused young Chiefs fan of racism sold, lays off entire staff

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The liberal sports blog that accused a 9-year-old Kansas City Chiefs fan of racism has been sold, and the new owner has fired the entire staff. Deadspin went viral in November for ...

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Coach defends decision to forfeit game against team with transgender player

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A Christian basketball coach in Vermont is defending his decision to forfeit a game against a team with a transgender player. “I’ve got four daughters,” said Chris Goodwin, coach of the girls’ ...

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IHOP University president resigns over Bickle allegations


The fallout continues from allegations concerning leaders of the International House of Prayer as more resignations are announced. The organization announced on social media that David Sliker is stepping down as president ...

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California repeals law that punished Doctors for disagreeing with state policy on Covid

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A California law that stripped physicians of their medical licenses if they disagreed with the stated Covid policy has been revoked. Medical organizations are calling it a victory for doctors’ First Amendment ...

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Government steps up legal action against Grand Canyon University, other Christian colleges

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The Biden Administration, through the FTC, is ramping up legal action against the nation’s largest Christian universities. The move has been described by some as an unfair attack costing the schools millions ...

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FCA celebrates banner year for leading athletes to Christ

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More than 51,000 student athletes, coaches and volunteers made decisions for Christ through the ministry of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes in fiscal year 2023. “The best gift we can give and ...

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Missouri sues Jackson County over bungled property assessments   

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Jackson County homeowners who complained about high assessments this year made their voices heard, and the state of Missouri is responding. Attorney General Andrew Bailey this week filed suit alongside the state ...

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Engineer for K-LOVE sued for embezzlement

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An engineer for K-LOVE and Air1 radio has been accused of embezzlement by a professional radio association. Shane Toven, a senior broadcast engineer for Educational Media Foundation (EMF) which owns the radio ...

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Missouri attorney general investigating Media Matters for America

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Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey announced on Monday that his office is investigating Media Matters for America for allegedly fraudulent solicitation of donations from Missourians during its efforts to target Twitter. “We ...

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New allegation emerges against IHOPKC founder Mike Bickle

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The investigation of Mike Bickle, the founder of the International House of Prayer Kansas City, is facing a new allegation. A woman identified only as Jane Doe this week alleged that from ...

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Family of young Chiefs fan files lawsuit over racist label

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The family of the young Kansas City Chiefs fan who was criticized for his appearance at a recent game is fighting back. Holden Armenta’s parents, Shannon and Raul, have hired a law ...

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News Briefs for Tuesday, Nov. 21

Here is the latest news for Tuesday, condensed for easy reading. Argentina’s new president to visit Israel before inauguration Aregentina’s new libertarian president Javier Milei says he will visit Israel and the ...

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IHOPC not presented with “any actual evidence” report says

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The International House of Prayer in Kansas City wasn’t presented with “any actual evidence” in the sexual abuse allegations against founder Mike Bickle, it announced in a report last week. In a ...

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Missouri files lawsuit in fight against mail-order abortion drugs

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Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey on Monday filed a lawsuit seeking to consolidate a major challenge to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s approval of at-home abortion drugs sent by mail. The ...

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Verdict on broker fees rocks real estate industry

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The National Association of Realtors, HomeServices of America and Keller Williams plan to appeal a jury’s verdict finding them guilty of colluding to inflate or maintain high commission rates and fees. The ...

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Kanakuk sues insurer for refusal to defend it in sex abuse claims

Kanakuk Kamps is suing its insurance carrier, ACE American Insurance Company, for breach of contract and fiduciary duty and for bad faith refusal to defend Kanakuk over the lawsuit brought against the ...

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Grand Canyon University accuses government of targeting school

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The U.S. Department of Education is unfairly targeting Grand Canyon University, its president says. President Brian Mueller was asked if he believes the federal government’s investigations are religiously motivated. “Well, they haven’t ...

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Missouri AG joins lawsuit over Facebook, Instagram

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey, along with attorneys general of 32 other states, on Tuesday sued Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram. The federal lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District ...

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SCOTUS declines to reinstate Missouri’s Second Amendment Preservation Act

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The U.S. Supreme Court late last week decided not to reinstate Missouri’s Second Amendment Preservation Act, at least for now. The law would have barred authorities from enforcing federal gun laws. U.S. ...

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School official sues district that prohibited her quoting scripture

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An Arizona school board member claims district administrators violated her civil rights by barring her from quoting Scripture at board meetings. She’s now filed a lawsuit against the district. First Liberty Institute ...

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Springfield judge will decide fate of Missouri law banning gender surgery for kids

A new Missouri law banning gender transition surgery and hormone treatment for children is set to take effect Aug. 28. Lawyers for activists and parents of gender dysphoric minors are trying to ...

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Group may sue after Missouri senior living center stopped Bible study

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The American Center for Law and Justice is considering legal action against a Missouri senior living center after it allegedly banned residents from holding Bible studies. The organization’s Abigail Southerland said that ...

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