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Small Texas town ‘decimated’ after deadly fertilizer plant blast

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Newsworthy | UPDATE (3 p.m.): Search and rescue teams continued to comb through smoking piles of debris Thursday afternoon, looking for survivors of Wednesday’s…

‘Voice of football,’ Pat Summerall, signs off

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Obituary | Pat Summerall—best-known as the voice of NFL telecasts on CBS and Fox and commentator John Madden’s perfect complement—died Tuesday at age 82 of cardiac…

Shea, the soundtrack of salvation, dies at age 104

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Obituary | George Beverly Shea, whose voice played as a praiseful soundtrack as thousands professed their faith in Christ, died Tuesday at the age of 104 after a brief…

Hawaiian B&B must make room for same-sex couples

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Religious Liberty | Two Southern California lesbians have won their legal battle against a Christian bed and breakfast owner in Hawaii. The Hawaii First Circuit Court judge ruled…

Judge: Last Mississippi abortion center can continue breaking the law

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Abortion | Mississippi’s sole abortion center will stay open for now after a federal judge temporarily blocked the state from revoking its license on Monday. U.S.

Bombs make for bloody end to Boston Marathon

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Terrorism | UPDATE (10:45 p.m.): President Barack Obama stopped short of calling Monday’s bombing in Boston an act of terror, but security officials around the…

‘Idol’ hopeful points to one true God

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Television | Whether the God of the universe is a fan of American Idol is up for debate, but one thing is certain—He seems to show up every time contestant Angie Miller…

Comedic pioneer Jonathan Winters exits the world’s stage

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Obituary | Jonathan Winters, a pioneer of improvisational standup comedy who inspired the likes of Robin Williams and Jim Carrey, died Thursday evening of natural causes…

Bidders expected to sing the praises of 1640 hymnal, to the tune of $30M

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Religion | A 6-by-five-inch hymnal, dating back to 1640, is going up for auction and could fetch as much as $30 million. The book is believed to be the first ever…

Florist fights lawsuit for refusing gay wedding

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Religious Liberty | Washington state sued a Christian-owned flower shop this week in the latest battle over religious liberty in business. For nearly a decade, Robert Ingersoll…

Gay student fee funding ban out at Texas A&M

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Religious Liberty | Conservative students at Texas A&M University took a somewhat surprising blow on Thursday after the student body president vetoed a measure that would…

Life begins at fertilization in Kansas

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Abortion | Life begins at fertilization, Kansas state legislators confirmed Friday, passing a sweeping pro-life measure described as one of the strongest in the nation.

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