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‘Historic effort’ to protect life

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Abortion | Texas Senate finally passes 20-week abortion ban despite raucous and organized protests

Saudi princess charged in forced labor case

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Human Trafficking | Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas charged a Saudi princess Wednesday with one count of human trafficking for allegedly holding a domestic worker…

Texas House passes abortion restrictions

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Abortion | The Texas House passed a bill restricting abortions today after a failed attempt to add funding for adoptions to the legislation. The bill—which requires…

American street preacher arrested in London for ‘hate speech’

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Religious Liberty | As crowds swelled in the streets of Wimbledon, London, to watch the famed tennis tournament July 1, Tony Miano stood preaching out of his worn Bible to anyone…

Putting families before the corporate ladder

Putting families before the corporate ladder

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Family | Sara Uttech, the main breadwinner for her family, spends more time trying to accommodate her home life than she does trying to climb the career ladder,

California Legislature approves transgender bathroom bill

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Education | California state assemblymen approved a bill Wednesday requiring public K-12 schools to let transgender students choose which restrooms, locker rooms, and…

Orthodox Jews oppose NJ ban on gay therapy

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Homosexuality | The New Jersey State Assembly and Senate passed a bill last week that would ban reparative therapy for minors, despite opposition from orthodox Jewish…

Anti-bank chalk vandal acquitted in San Diego

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Crime | A jury on Monday acquitted Jeff Olson, 40, of vandalism for chalking anti-bank slogans on San Diego sidewalks. That was a swift verdict on a prosecution the…

Feds rule diet soda in, cookies out

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Food | The U.S. Department of Agriculture finalized regulations today to limit the amount of fat, calories, sugar, and sodium in foods and drinks sold at schools…

Family flicks beat R-rated reels at box office

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Movies | What do The Avengers , Wreck-It Ralph , and Les Misérables have in common? All three made the list of top 25 movies last year, and all feature redemptive overtones…

Colorado supports restroom choice for children

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Education | The Colorado Division of Civil Rights has sided with Kathryn and Jeremy Mathis in a discrimination dispute with their child’s school district. The parents…

The good news and bad news on giving

The good news and bad news on giving

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Charity | Americans donated more to organizations last year than they have since the start of the recession, according to a Giving USA report released last week. The…

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