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Report: Clinton caused significant security risk

By Evan Wilt
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Politics | State Department inspector general found private email server, failure to hand over emails broke department policy

Lawmakers line up to blast TSA inefficiencies, travel woes

By Evan Wilt
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Transportation | WASHINGTON—As the furor over the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) reaches national levels, officials are grappling with how best to balance…

Fighting the good fight against Obama’s transgender directive

By La Shawn Barber
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Public Schools | In response to North Carolina’s new law to protect the privacy of women and girls in facilities like restrooms (knowns as "HB2"), the Obama administration…

Evangelical leaders organize meeting with Donald Trump

By Kent Covington & Nick Eicher
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Campaign 2016 | Many polls have suggested presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has done well with evangelical voters. But when you dig down, you find more…

Globe Trot: What was Taliban leader Mullah Mansour doing in Iran?

By Mindy Belz
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International | AFGHANISTAN: I’m amazed at the way the United States tracked down Taliban leader Mullah Mansour before taking him out with a drone last week. Is anyone…

The dystopian runaway bunny

By Marvin Olasky
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Religious Liberty | The Runaway Bunny , a 1942 picture book by Margaret Wise Brown and Clement Hurd, follows a small rabbit who wants to run away and become trans-species (a fish,

Midday Roundup: Trump protesters riot outside rally in New Mexico

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Riotous rally. A demonstration outside a Donald Trump campaign rally in New Mexico turned violent Tuesday night. Protesters outside the Albuquerque Convention…

Italy considers raise in ‘baby bonus’ payments to encourage more births

Italy considers raise in ‘baby bonus’ payments to encourage more births

By Kiley Crossland
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Family | Italy’s health minister wants to double child benefit payments to curtail the country’s “catastrophic” birth rate decline. The plan, announced by…

Are hospitals becoming fair game in war?

By Anna K. Poole
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Syria | Even in combat zones, hospitals are considered sanctuaries from enemy fire, and according to the Geneva Conventions, attacking a medical facility is a war…

‘Faith’ films in edgy territory

By Emily Belz
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Q&A | Producer Erik Lokkesmoe explains backing Last Days in the Desert and why he is inviting, but not targeting, the church

GOP extends effort to oust IRS chief

By Evan Wilt
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IRS Scandal | Republicans won’t rest until they impeach the commissioner who covered up the agency’s targeting scandal

Artists sue to protect religious, artistic freedoms from Phoenix ordinance

By Maria Baer
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Religious Liberty | The owners of a stationery art studio in Phoenix are suing the city over an ordinance they say could force them to create art that violates their religious…

 
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