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CDC Report: Over 200 Babies Are Aborted for Every 1,000 Live Births in America

WASHINGTON – A new report released by the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) Division of Reproductive Health shows that over 200 babies are aborted for every 1,000 live births in America. The report, released on Friday, analyzed information provided by nearly all 50 states for the year 2011. The information is broken down into various […]

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School Board Drops Hobby Lobby President’s Proposed Bible Course Following Complaint

MUSTANG, Okla. – An Oklahoma school board has dropped its plans to offer an elective Bible course proposed by the president of the popular craft chain Hobby Lobby following objection from a self-proclaimed atheist organization and a church-state separation group. As previously reported, the Mustang School Board had agreed in April to move forward with […]

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‘Pope Francis’ Bows Head in ‘Silent Adoration’ Beside Islamic Grand Mufti in Turkey’s Blue Mosque

ISTANBUL, Turkey – In a move that drew some concerns from onlookers worldwide, the Roman Catholic pontiff known as Francis visited Turkey’s Blue Mosque on Saturday, expressing reverence during a moment of prayer observed by the nation’s grand mufti, who led him on a tour of the Islamic facility. According to reports, Francis took off his […]

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Black Friday Shoppers Brawl Over Barbies as Arrests Made Around the World

Arrests and hospitalizations are being reported across the country and around the world today as large crowds push and shove their way through the stores on Black Friday. Just as last year, a number of retailers decided to get an early start on the big shopping day, opening their doors on Thanksgiving Day. Footage from Thursday […]

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Former Lesbian Turned Christian: ‘We’ve Made God Little if We Believe He Cannot Change People’

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – A former lesbian turned Christian is coming out about her conversion from living as a homosexual, and is testifying about the power of God to change a life. Jackie Hill Perry, 25, is a spoken word poet, and is expecting her first child, a girl, next month along with her husband, poet Preston […]

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NFL’s Benjamin Watson on Ferguson: ‘It’s Not a Skin Problem, It’s a Sin Problem’

NEW ORLEANS – A post this week by New Orleans Saints Tight End Benjamin Watson has gone viral, as Watson shares his thoughts about the grand jury decision and violent rioting in Ferguson, including his beliefs that the heart of the issue is a sin problem, not a skin problem. Watson, a born again Christian, posted […]

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Darren Wilson Breaks Silence, Says Michael Brown Appeared Demon-Possessed

FERGUSON, Mo. – During an exclusive interview with ABC News, Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson stated that he believed teenager Michael Brown appeared to be demon-possessed the night to the got into an altercation that resulted in Brown’s shooting death. “That moment before the second shot, you guys are staring at each other, and you said […]

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Bangladesh Pastors Charged With ‘Hurting Religious Sentiments’ for Preaching Christ to Muslims

DHAKA, Bangladesh – Two Bangladesh pastors have been charged with “hurting religious sentiments” and could face two years behind bars after they were arrested during a house church service. Arif Mondol leads the Faith Bible Church of God in Lalmonirhat, and meets with 30-40 area Christians on a regular basis. Earlier this month, as he and a […]

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Atlanta Fire Chief Suspended After Writing Christian Book Calling Homosexuality ‘Perversion’

ATLANTA – A Georgia fire chief has been suspended without pay and has been ordered to undergo sensitivity training after publishing a book that contains quotes decrying homosexual behavior and other forms of sexual perversion. Chief Kelvin Cochran of Atlanta has been suspended for one month and is also the subject of investigation as to whether […]

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Colorado Supreme Court Throws Out Lawsuit Challenging National Day of Prayer Proclamations

DENVER – The Colorado Supreme Court has thrown out a lawsuit by a professing atheist organization that challenged proclamations in recognition of the National Day of Prayer, overturning a lower court ruling that declared such proclamations unconstitutional. As previously reported, in 2008, the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) sued then-Governor Bill Ritter for “showing governmental preference […]

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