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Updated 4 hours ago

Nigerian Christians: 'Our Blood Will Speak about Christ'

In Nigeria, Christians in the Muslim-majority North have been the targets of relentless deadly attacks by Islamic extremists.


Updated 4 hours ago

Ala. High Court Declares Unborn Children Have Rights

The Alabama Supreme Court has ruled that the word "child" includes both the born and unborn.

Updated 5 hours ago

Md. College Student Denied Admission over Faith

The American Center for Law and Justice is suing a local Maryland college for denying a man admission because of his faith.

Updated 9 hours ago

Jordan Blames Israel for Temple Mount Riots

Jordan accused Israel of fostering recent violence on the Temple Mount, calling Israel's response to violence "an extreme insult to bilateral relations."

Updated 10 hours ago

Texas AG Disputes Gov't's Claim to Private Lands

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is questioning a move by the federal government to possibly take over thousands of acres in northern Texas.

Updated 10 hours ago

UN: 'Piles of Bodies' in South Sudan Massacre

The United Nations says hundreds of civilians in South Sudan were massacred last week in the city of Bentiu.

Updated 10 hours ago

UK's Tony Blair: Radical Islam Biggest Global Threat

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said the U.S. and Europe should set aside their differences with China and Russia to focus on the growing threat of radical Islam.

Updated 10 hours ago

IDF Encouraging Israeli Arabs to Join

The Israeli army is inviting Arab Christians to enlist.

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Federal Judge to Hear Ore. Gay Marriage Arguments

A federal judge in Oregon is set to hear arguments Wednesday over the state's ban on same-sex marriage.

Updated 10 hours ago

IRS Workers Owing Back Taxes Awarded Bonuses

The IRS paid more than $2.8 million in bonuses to employees with recent disciplinary problems, according to a new government report.