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  • Jailed Clerk Becomes Symbol in Faith Freedom War

    Jailed Clerk Becomes Symbol in Faith Freedom War

    Kentucky clerk Kim Davis sits behind bars Friday for refusing to issue marriage licenses to anyone in her district.  In doing so, she's become a national symbol for many who oppose gay marriage because of their faith.

  • When a Church's Pastor Is on Ashley Madison

    When a Church's Pastor Is on Ashley Madison

    Hundreds of clergy members could soon resign from ministry positions after their names surfaced on the list of users who use ashleymadison.com, a website that helps married people cheat on their spouse.

     

  • NPR Helps Push Transgender Children's Book

    NPR Helps Push Transgender Children's Book

    The children's publishing giant Scholastic has come out with a pro-transgender book for kids, and they're getting some extra promotional help from taxpayer-funded National Public Radio.

  • Survival: Camp Teaches Kids Dangers of Trafficking

    Survival: Camp Teaches Kids Dangers of Trafficking

    For most kids, camp is a care-free time playing outside and learning to camp. But children in the Philippines are learning different kinds of survival skills -- how to keep from being victims of human trafficking.

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The European Union is struggling to keep up with the overflow of migrants reaching its borders. Greece's coast guard says it has rescued over 750 migrants in a 24-hour period.

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A leading pro-life advocate says lab rats are handled with more care than the bodies and organs of aborted babies whose tissue is harvested and sold for research.

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There's good news for travelers hitting the road this Labor Day weekend. AAA projects that gas prices will be at their lowest level in a decade.

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