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Supreme Court refuses Christian wedding photographer’s case

By Emily Belz
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Supreme Court | The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear the case of a Christian wedding photographer fined after she refused to photograph a gay couple’s…

Judge orders Ohio to recognize gay marriages from other states

By Leigh Jones
Posted

Marriage | UPDATE (April 14, 2014): U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Black formalized his ruling requiring the state to recognize same-sex marriages performed…

NYC churches homeless again

By Emily Belz
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Religious Liberty | Circuit court kicks NYC churches out of public schools for the second time

Midday Roundup: ‘New’ news is no news in Flight 370 search

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | New info? Malaysian Airlines officials are once again correcting, updating, and otherwise changing something they’d said previously about their missing…

Canadian teachers fight government’s religious gag order

By Julia A. Seymour
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Religious Liberty | A Canadian private school wants the right to modify a curriculum that requires all religions, including Wicca and paganism, to be taught as “equally…

Vital Signs: Abortion support wanes, except among billionaire philanthropists

By Courtney Crandell
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Abortion | Support for good causes? Although he’s most often described as a philanthropist, Warren Buffett is not a friend to all mankind. The billionaire financier…

Homeland Security allows German homeschoolers to stay

By Leigh Jones
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Homeschooling | In a surprise move, the Obama administration gives the Romeike family permission to remain in the United States indefinitely

D’Souza’s defense pushes for his day in court

By Emily Belz
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Courts | NEW YORK—In a court appearance Tuesday, Dinesh D’Souza’s defense suggested that D’Souza was not likely to take a plea for criminal charges he faces…

The vetoed bill that never existed

By Leigh Jones
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Religious Liberty | The measure Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer killed was a figment of opponents’ imaginations

Federal judge declares Texas marriage law invalid

By Andrew Branch
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Marriage | A federal judge declared Texas’ ban on gay marriage unconstitutional Wednesday, but left it in place until an appeals court can rule on the case. Judge…

Judge: NYPD terror surveillance program didn’t unfairly target Muslims

By Emily Belz
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Terrorism | NEW YORK—A federal judge in New Jersey on Thursday tossed out a lawsuit that claimed the New York Police Department discriminated against Muslims by…

Midday Roundup: Her body’s in Sochi, her heart is in Ukraine

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | In protest. Ukrainian skier Bogdana Matsotska has withdrawn from the Olympics to protest the deaths of anti-government protesters in her country. The…

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