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Under the Trump administration, prayer is prevailing in the United States House of Representatives.
Gov. Jerry Brown (D-Calif.) has signaled confusion over freedoms guaranteed by the United States Constitution.
The mainstream media is turning a deaf ear to information that women need to know if they are considering an abortion.
A Christian law firm is demanding that the United States Air Force rescind the punishment given to an officer for expressing his Christian-based beliefs on marriage and sexuality.
The leader of a ministry focused on healing broken families says the life of the Las Vegas shooter should remind society of the impact fatherlessness has on the culture.
An independent filmmaker hopes to spark renewed interest in the U.S. Constitution with his new movie called "In Search of Liberty."
The legal battle over a 17-year-old illegal alien seeking an abortion continues.
A new Planned Parenthood clinic being built in Wisconsin may help convince people nationally that defunding the abortion conglomerate is the right thing to do.
The vaccine debate has been around for years – and the end appears to be nowhere in sight.
Abortion advocates are planning their latest attack on pro-life pregnancy centers, but it isn't likely to have a lasting effect.
One organization says the latest jobs report is "cause for celebration," regardless of where you stand politically.
Two women will likely go to jail for their elaborate illegal “bait and switch” scam – one that fooled thousands of United States military veterans into believing they were using $24 million of their Post-9/11 G.I. Bill tuition to pay for courses at the small Catholic College in New Jersey, Caldwell University.
In a bittersweet moment, families of the Coptic Christians beheaded by ISIS more than two years ago will now be able to give their loved ones a dignified burial.
A Tennessee-based pro-Israel advocate is considering a run for Marsha Blackburn's U.S. House seat now that the conservative Republican lawmaker is running for Senate.
A pro-life group in Michigan says felony convictions may have put the "trunk abortionist" out of business for good.
Senators are talking up a bipartisan deal to continue subsidies that President Donald Trump said he would cut off.
The public interest group Judicial Watch says House leadership of both parties and the Justice Department are failing to sufficiently investigate the scandal surrounding an IT staffer who worked for Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Florida).
A Pentagon advisor and military strategist contends that if Democrats had their way, the United States would continue to delay taking appropriate action against North Korea – until it's much too late.