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After 200 years, US Army gets its own museum

Right now, the US Army is the only military branch without its own national museum. In 2020, that’s set to change. The future capstone of the Army is still under construction on a ...

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Remarks of President Trump at the 400th anniversary of the First Representative Legislative Assembly

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REMARKS BY PRESIDENT TRUMP AT THE 400TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIRST REPRESENTATIVE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Jamestown Settlement Museum, Williamsburg, Virginia. 11:39 A.M. EDT THE PRESIDENT:  Thank you.  (Applause.)  Thank you very much.  Please, make yourselves comfortable. ...

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Who were the first settlers of Jamestown?

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Ever wonder who the first settlers were? They were a cross section of English society. On May 13, 1607 three English ships the Susan Constant, Godspeed and Discovery with approximately 144 settlers ...

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America began in a covenant with God

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Covenants are viewed as the most sacred and binding of deals – an oath that’s never to be broken. America’s earliest settlers made a covenant with God to serve and proclaim Him ...

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Pastor’s son saved lives, then died in Virginia shooting

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One of the 12 killed in Friday’s shooting at a Virginia Beach Municipal Building is being hailed as a hero by two survivors who say he saved many lives. Ryan “Keith” Cox ...

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President prays and receives prayers at Virginia church

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President Donald Trump made an unannounced stop at McLean Bible Church Sunday afternoon to pray for the victims of the recent shooting and for the community of Virginia Beach. The presidential motorcade ...

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After bus crash, Chinese church bridges culture gap

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It was a typical Tuesday morning at Grace Chinese Baptist Church when I received an unexpected call from the church secretary, Evelyn Yao. My heart grew heavy as her words “bus crash” ...

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Virginia head coach Tony Bennett finds peace and perspective in his faith in Christ

After earning a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year, Virginia couldn’t avoid the talk of losing in the first round again. In 2018, coach Tony Bennett ...

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UVA Cavaliers Coach, “I’m humbled, Lord”

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In a thrilling upset, the Virginia Cavaliers are the national champions of college basketball after a heart-pounding overtime victory over the Texas Tech Red Raiders last night in a game that went ...

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‘We are executing children in cold blood’: Activist mommy plans ‘Day of Mourning’ April 6

Richmond, Virginia will be ground-zero for a nationwide event called “Day of Mourning,” which is planned for Saturday, April 6. The grassroots movement is being called a solemn act of repentance for ...

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Push to expand abortion backfires, pro-life support grows

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In 2019, Democratic politicians have doubled down on their push to expand abortion including late-term abortions up to the moment of birth. In January, New York governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation that ...

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Admitted pedophile and white supremacist running against Republican congresswoman

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Nathan Larson, a confessed pedophile and prospective congressional candidate in Virginia who once spent 16 months in prison for threatening to kill former President Barack Obama, says he now wants to legalize incest so ...

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