Terrorism

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Let us prey

By Cal Thomas
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Religion | There was a time when the 63-year-old National Prayer Breakfast was a rather mundane affair. It rarely made news. Speakers—evangelist Billy Graham spoke at…

Our dark record of Christian cruelty

By D.C. Innes
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Religion | President Obama elicited a firestorm of reaction to his National Prayer Breakfast speech on Thursday, where he compared ISIS atrocities like the recent…

Jordan calls news of American hostage death ISIS propaganda

By Lynde Langdon
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ISIS | UPDATE (3:35 p.m. EST): A spokesman for Jordan’s government expressed skepticism today at ISIS’s claim that a Jordanian airstrike in Syria killed an…

Sham universities create student visa loopholes terrorists could exploit

By Laura Edghill
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Immigration | Immigrant student Bhanu Challa unexpectedly traded her anticipated diploma for handcuffs in 2011, during a federal crack-down on universities suspected of…

Clamping down on speech

By Emily Belz
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France | French arrests following January’s Charlie Hebdo attacks highlight questions over how much words can hurt

Christ, Islam contrasted at D.C. prayer breakfast

By Leigh Jones
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Religion | Former race car driver Darrell Waltrip presented a clear gospel message while President Barack Obama downplayed Islam’s connection to terrorism

ISIS burns Jordanian pilot alive

By Lynde Langdon
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ISIS | ISIS claims to have burned alive a Jordanian pilot whose jet crashed during a mission to attack the terror group. Lt. Muath al-Kaseasbeh, 26, was the first…

Boko Haram ramps up attacks ahead of Nigerian elections

By Julia A. Seymour
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Nigeria | The Islamic extremist group Boko Haram intensified attacks in northern Nigeria and in towns on the border with Chad in recent weeks, threatening to derail the…

ISIS kills second Japanese hostage

By Leigh Jones
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ISIS | Islamic State militants released a video late Saturday showing the beheading of a Japanese journalist held hostage by the group since October. Kenji Goto, who…

Globe Trot: Argentina’s murder scandal is a movie in the making

By Mindy Belz
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International | ARGENTINA: Argentine journalist Damian Pachter saw his Twitter followers go from 420 to more than 10,000 as he broke on the tweetstream a scoop on the murder…

Hillary Clinton, other witnesses agree to testify on Benghazi

By Leigh Jones
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Benghazi | State Department officials met last night with members of the House Select Committee on Benghazi, the first step toward cooperation with the investigation…

Christians in Niger return home after violent Muslim rampage

By Mary Reichard
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Persecution | Christians in Niger are beginning to return to their homes after a violent rampage by Islamic extremists. Attackers killed at least 10 people and burned 70…

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