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Black faith leaders stand up for life ahead of Ohio vote

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Although African Americans often have been the silent minority in the fight for life, they are beginning to make their voices heard. More than 100 black faith and community leaders in Ohio ...

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Joe the Plumber dies at 49

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Joe Wurzelbacher, a.k.a. “Joe the Plumber,” passed away on Sunday after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Wurzelbacher made his political debut in 2008 when he questioned then-candidate Barack Obama. Wurzelbacher, an Air ...

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Groups want to end parental notification of teen abortions in Ohio

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Pro-choice groups remain aggressive following the overturn of Roe v. Wade last summer. Now they are seeking to keep teen abortions from parents. Abortion supporters in Ohio submitted signatures to advance a ...

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Here’s where Missouri and Kansas rank in fireworks use

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Fireworks tents are popping up around the Kansas City area like summer dandelions. The region is ground zero for the popularity of fireworks, according to a recent study by Zippa. “Midwesterners love ...

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United Methodist congregation in Ohio experiences challenges typical of small churches

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At a time of megachurches, it can be easy to overlook the challenges that face small churches everywhere. Struthers United Methodist Church, an Ohio congregation with a membership of 87 and average ...

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Goya Foods owner donates ready-to-serve meals to train derailment region

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Goya Foods’ Christian owner, Robert Unanue, has responded to the train derailment crisis by providing a huge aid package for the people East Palestine, Ohio. The Hispanic-owned company, which was the target ...

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Winter storm cancels flights from Texas to New England today

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Another massive storm stretching from Texas, throught southern Missouri to Pennsylvania is canceling flights across the south, midwest and east. There have been 1,729 cancellations as of 7:01 a.m. ET on Jan. ...

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Christian group to spend up to $42 million in midterm elections

The Faith & Freedom Coalition, a social conservative national grassroots organization headed by longtime Christian activist Ralph Reed, will spend between $36 million and $42 million on a nationwide effort to target ...

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California prohibits travel to states that ban breast removal on ‘transgender’ kids

California is banning travel to more states who are banning breast removal and other surgeries on children who believe they are transgender. California Attorney Gen. Robert Bonta issued an edict preventing employees ...

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Republicans hold strong lead in voter turnout during primary elections

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If Tuesday’s primary elections were any indication, Republicans will have a large advantage in voter turnout this year. In Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Kentucky, Idaho and Oregon, Republicans made up 55 percent of ...

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Where does your state come in for a love of reading?

New research is revealing which states have the highest love for reading. The data comes at a time when some feared reading was on the decline as the public seemingly spent more ...

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Leader of gang that kidnapped 17 missionaries in Haiti is charged

The leader of a violent gang that kidnapped 16 American Missionaries in Haiti has been charged by the U.S. Justice Department. One Canadian was also kidnapped. Germine Joly is accused of leading ...

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Urban explorer discovers 89 cremated remains in abandoned church

After the cremated remains of 89 people were discovered in an abandoned church by an “urban explorer,” authorities have doubled down on an investigation. The remains were found at Greater Faith Missionary ...

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Reaction to Supreme Court rulings on Biden vaccine mandates

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Legal experts are reacting to the Supreme Court ruling against the sweeping Biden vaccine mandate while allowing the mandate requiring health care workers. The rulings came mid-afternoon on Jan. 13 and were offered ...

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Missionaries snuck past numerous guards in daring Haiti escape

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Escaping captors in the middle of the night, 12 Christian Aid Ministries missionaries hiked silently through the moonlit jungle of Haiti, pausing at times to pray for the direction that led to ...

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Women, teen trafficking survivors find new life through Freedom 43:19 ministry

“When she came to us, her trafficker did not let her do simple things like brush her teeth,” states Jacqueline Williams describing one of many sex trafficking survivors.  “She had to almost ...

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Warren Harding and his historic speech on race: how did America respond?

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No matter which major party won America’s presidential election in 1920, the country was destined for another chief executive from Ohio. Both major party candidates, Republican Warren Harding and Democrat James Cox, ...

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Christian school organization, female athletes ask to join lawsuit about transgender regulations

Christian Schools International and three female athletes are trying to intervene in a lawsuit challenging President Biden’s reinterpretation of sex discrimination. The new policy will allow biological males to compete against girls ...

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Pro-life ‘heartbeat bill’ goes into effect in Texas

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A new pro-life law in Texas has gone into effect after the Supreme Court refused to consider a motion to block it. Senate Bill 8 prohibits doctors from performing abortions if a heartbeat ...

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Here’s how the census will affect Missouri congressional seats

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Census numbers released Tuesday show primarily Democrat states will lose seats in Congress while red states like Florida, Texas and Montana will gain seats. The numbers show that although much of the ...

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Where does your state compare to those with highest tax rates?

A new report lists the states with the lowest and highest tax rates. A survey by WalletHub  found that four blue and one red state topped the list. Illinois came in as ...

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Covid anxiety, lockdowns causing sharp rise in drug abuse

Drug abuse and other effects of the coronavirus and lockdowns continues to rise with mental health being hit particularly hard. In Ohio, like other states, counties are seeing a startling rise in ...

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More than 1,300 children rescued since 2016 according to US Marshals

More than 1,300 children have been rescued from sex traffickers and others under President Donald Trump’s directive to the U.S. Marshals Service and FBI. The youngest victim was just two-years-old. The effort ...

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25 more children rescued by US Marshals

U.S. Marshals Service have announced the rescue of another 25 missing and endangered children. The missing children, between the ages of 13 and 18, were found in Cleveland, East Cleveland, Euclid,  and ...

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Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger shares struggles that led to re-baptism

Professional football players face many temptations, and Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger admits that he gave into several of them. However, he recently was baptized a second time to show his commitment ...

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