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Researchers Use Fetal Cells to Create ‘Supermouse’ With Half-Human Brain

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – Researchers at the University of Rochester in New York are using fetal cells to create a “supermouse” with a half-human brain in order to study human diseases of the brain and find cures for those ailments. The research, which is now raising ethical questions, involves injecting cells from unborn babies into the brain […]

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Texas Police Looking for Answers Following Slaying of Christian Music Teacher

AUSTIN, Texas — Police in Texas are searching for answers after a Christian music teacher was found slain in her Austin home. Kathy Blair, 53, who ran the Christian Choral Society of Austin, was found dead by family members on Saturday, and was believed to have been killed by blunt trauma caused by an undisclosed weapon. […]

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Australian ‘Grand Theft Auto’ Fans Seek to Ban Bible after Game Banned in Stores

A number of Australians are calling for the Bible to banned in two popular retail outlets after they became upset that a controversial video game will not be on the shelves anytime soon. According to reports, fans of “Grand Theft Auto” are unhappy that Kmart and Target will not be stocking the latest version of the […]

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‘This Will Not End Well’: School Board Allows ‘Transgender’ Males to Play on Girls’ Teams

BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. – A Minnesota high school sports league’s decision to allow male students who ‘identify’ as females to participate in girls’ sports has elicited concern from many parents and Christians. On Thursday, the Minnesota State High School League Board of Directors approved a controversial “transgender” student policy. Once the policy goes into effect […]

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VENICE, Fla. – A 17-year-old recruited fellow high school students for a prostitution ring and coordinated deals on social media, charging $50 to $100 in cash and alcohol, police in Florida said. The teen is charged with felony human trafficking after a Friday arrest in Venice, near Sarasota on Florida’s Gulf Coast. The Associated Press […]

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Michigan House Approves Religious Freedom Restoration Act Despite Opposition

LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan House of Representatives has approved a state version of the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) despite opposition from those who claim that the bill will give license to people of faith to “discriminate.” HB 5958 cleared the House Judiciary Committee 7-4 on Thursday, and then moved on to the full House, […]

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Google: Online Searches for Ouija Boards Up 300 Percent

In a report recently released by the search engine giant Google, online searches for Ouija boards—occult boards used to communicate with the dead—have risen 300 percent in the past few months, raising concerns with Christians over those who may engage in the Bible’s forbidden practice of necromancy. “Certain retro toys are making a comeback this […]

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‘I Do It to Please God': Missouri Christian Cleans Up Ferguson Following Riots

FERGUSON, Mo. – A Missouri man is making headlines after he was seen cleaning up the streets of Ferguson, and is telling reporters that he believes that he was led by God to do something positive in the community. Terrance Williams, 23, is from St. Louis and aspires to become a police officer. Williams says as he […]

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NY Man Charged With ‘Abortional Act’ for Forcing Woman to Swallow Morning-After Pill

ROSENDALE, N.Y. – A New York man that works as an anesthesiologist has been charged with committing an “abortional act” and other crimes for forcing a woman to swallow the morning-after pill after she told him that she was pregnant. Thomas Pfeiffer, 44, is facing charges of second-degree strangulation, second-degree assault and second-degree abortion following […]

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‘Thank God I Didn’t Do It': Woman Changes Mind About Abortion after Christians Reach Out

A woman in the United Kingdom is thanking God for the life of her child and that she did not go through with her plan to obtain an abortion due to the care of a number of Christians who urged her to trust the Lord in her situation. Suzan Briggs, 27, has an eight month old […]

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