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North Dakota’s Sole Abortion Facility to Remain Open, Performing 2,000 Abortions a Year

BISMARCK, N.D. – North Dakota’s last remaining abortion facility will be allowed to remain open, a location that reportedly conducts 2,000 abortions a year, due to an agreement reached this week with state officials. As previously reported, North Dakota legislators passed a bill in 2011 that required abortionists to obtain admitting privileges at an area […]

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Alabama Police Chief Under Fire from Atheist Activist Group for Using Prayer Walks to Fight Crime

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – An Alabama police chief is under fire from a prominent atheist activist organization for conducting prayer walks in his city as a way to fight crime. The Madison, Wisconsin-based Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) recently sent a letter to Birmingham Police Chief A.C. Roper to assert that his actions are unconstitutional and […]

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Air Force Cadets ‘Revolt’ Against Removal of Scripture from Academy Dorm White Board

COLORADO SPRINGS, Co. – A number of Air Force cadets stationed at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado have staged a ‘revolt’ against the recent erasure of Scripture from a white board outside of a cadet’s bedroom. “I have been crucified with Christ therefore I no longer live, but Christ lives in me,” the […]

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United Methodist ‘Bishop’ Refuses to Hold Ministers Accountable for Performing Same-Sex ‘Weddings’

WHITE PLAINS, NY – The head of the New York Conference of the United Methodist Church has ended the church trial of a minister who officiated his son’s same-sex “wedding,” and is now vowing to end all future trials in the region. “Church trials produce no winners,” Martin D. McLee told reporters on Monday. “[They] […]

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U.S. House Passes Bill Allowing Obamacare Insurance Exemptions for Religious Reasons

WASHINGTON – The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill on Tuesday that would allow Americans exemptions from purchasing insurance under Obamacare if their religious beliefs prohibit them from doing so. The Equitable Access to Care and Health (EACH) Act (H.R. 1814) was introduced by Representative Aaron Shock (R-Ill) and was backed with the support of […]

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More Crosses Appear on Roadside After Grieving Family Removes Memorial Following Complaint

LAKE ELSINORE, Calif. – At least half dozen crosses have appeared along a roadside in California after a humanist group convinced city officials to order a grieving family to remove a cross memorial from the same location, asserting that it violated the separation of church and state. The family of 19-year-old Anthony Devaney erected the […]

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First-Ever ‘Combination Birth Center’ Offers Birthing Services and Abortions in the Same Building

BUFFALO – A New York pregnancy center has become the first facility in the U.S. to offer both birthing services and abortions in the same building. The Birthing Center of Buffalo is a new health facility that opened its doors last month. According to reports, the center is the first of its kind, offering both […]

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‘My Five Wives’ TLC Reality Show to Follow Life of Utah Polygamist

SALT LAKE CITY – A new reality show coming to The Learning Channel (TLC) tonight will feature a Utah polygamist and his five wives, with whom he has fathered 24 children. My Five Wives will follow the life of Brady Williams, 43, and his wives Rhonda, 43, Paulie, 41, Robyn, 40, Rosemary, 40, and Nonie, […]

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Ohio City Councilman Refuses to Stop Presenting Prayers in Jesus’ Name

CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio – An Ohio city councilman has refused to stop presenting prayers in the name of Jesus despite having come under fire from a prominent atheist activist organization, as well as a number of area residents who find the prayer offensive. City Council members in Cuyahoga Falls recently received copies of a letter […]

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FOX Sports Southwest Under Discrimination Investigation for Firing Christian Commentator

DALLAS – The Texas Workforce Commission has launched a religious discrimination investigation into FOX Sports Southwest for allegedly firing a Christian commentator over past remarks regarding the sin of homosexuality. Craig James and The Liberty Institute had filed a complaint against the network late last year, asserting that James was unlawfully fired because of his […]

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