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Journalist speaks out after Feds raid her home

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Media | At 4:30 a.m. on Aug. 6, police held former Washington Times journalist Audrey Hudson and her husband at gunpoint while agents from the Department of Homeland…

New Hampshire lawsuit targets medical abortions

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Abortion | A lawsuit filed last week in a New Hampshire state court aims to stop the New Hampshire Board of Pharmacy from granting licenses to abortion facilities that…

‘I’ll take anyone’

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Adoption | The man who mentored Florida orphan Davion Only talks about the teen’s transformation and his faith that God will provide a family

Wisconsin school district regains its Christmas spirit

Wisconsin school district regains its Christmas spirit

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Religious Liberty | Students at Wausau West High School in Wisconsin cheered Monday as choir director Phil Buch resumed Christmas concert rehearsals after a debacle over the…

Christmas concert deemed too Christian for public school choir

Christmas concert deemed too Christian for public school choir

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Religious Liberty | Outcry over a demand that a high school Christmas concert include five secular songs for every religious one, and the subsequent disbanding of an exclusive…

Teen suicide shocks Colorado town

Teen suicide shocks Colorado town

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Culture | CASTLE ROCK, Colo.—The first hint that something was wrong last week came when parents in this picturesque town just south of Denver received emails from…

Are tattoos more risky than abortions?

Are tattoos more risky than abortions?

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Abortion | Washington, D.C ., is pushing to enact strict rules for “body art” parlors. The city’s health department claims customers face serious health…

Is religious tolerance the new universal job requirement?

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Religious Liberty | In this strange new world of oversharing, a Walmart assistant manager in the suburbs of Buffalo, N.Y., learned first-hand earlier this month how a public…

Flood-ravaged Colorado braces for more rain

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Weather | DENVER, Colo.—Coloradans have been praying for rain, but this past week’s weather is not what they were asking for, as last year’s “summer of fires”

Colorado businessman wins latest victory against contraceptive mandate

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Healthcare Mandate | DENVER—A U.S. District Court issued a preliminary injunction last week to a Colorado businessman challenging Obamacare's contraceptive mandate in court. The…

New survey: Evangelicals threaten workplace harmony

New survey: Evangelicals threaten workplace harmony

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Religion | The American workplace is becoming more religiously diverse, and white evangelicals are the most likely to share their faith with coworkers, according to a…

Déjà vu

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Disaster | One year later, Colorado is on fire again

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