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Boko Haram strengthens as Nigerian government dithers

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Nigeria | WASHINGTON—The Nigerian police and military have yet to interview the schoolgirls who escaped Boko Haram militants, two months after the terrorist group…

Canadian lawyers rally against Christian law school grads

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Religious Liberty | By a 3-to-1 margin, member lawyers of the Law Society of British Columbia voted Tuesday to reverse a previous decision to recognize future graduates from the…

Lois Lerner sent confidential IRS data to FBI

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IRS Scandal | Almost four years later, investigators say they should never have had access to nonprofits' private tax information

Democrats push edits to First Amendment

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Politics | Constitutional change would allow Congress to limit how much candidates can raise and spend in federal and state elections

Texas tea party reigns in runoffs

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Elections | The ultra-conservative wing of the Republican party proves moderates can’t discount them yet

IRS dumps proposed nonprofit rule

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Government | Regulation would have banned social welfare organizations from ‘candidate-related political activity’

U.S. official: Boko Haram isn’t targeting just Christians

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Nigeria | Lawmakers blast administration over response to Nigerian militants, say State Department is living in ‘altered reality’

Big night for Republican establishment

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Elections | Tea party challenges fall short against GOP incumbents in six states

Teen Mania turmoil continues

Teen Mania turmoil continues

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Religion | Board member resigns following WORLD report

Emails show D.C. officials directed IRS targeting

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IRS Scandal | Documents prove attack on conservative groups was an agency-wide effort, not the act of a few rogue agents

‘The days of acceptable Christianity are over’

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Marriage | WASHINGTON—Robert P. George, chairman of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, on Tuesday delivered a somber message to Christians: “The…

Benghazi panel prepares to get answers

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Benghazi Attack | Republicans name six members to the committee investigating the 2012 terrorist attack

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