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Pro-lifers in two states are anxiously awaiting the ultimate outcome on measures that have been approved by legislators and only await a governor's signature to become law.
It shouldn't be any surprise, says a pro-Israel activist, that Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas wants the United Nations to oversee "peace negotiations" with Israel.
A lawsuit filed against them may convince city officials in Charlotte, North Carolina, to respect the Constitution.
After receiving harsh criticism from the LGBT community for partnering with the Salvation Army to help collect donations and provide Christmas gifts for five needy children, a donut shop in Portland, Maine, was forced to end its charitable campaign.
Today, December 15, is the last day for most people to enroll in Obamacare for health insurance coverage.
A former Department of Justice attorney says a powerful DOJ official is part of the "swamp" opposing Donald Trump but predicts he will remain in place.
Democrats are celebrating the election of Doug Jones to the U.S. Senate but his days as a new senator on Capitol Hill could be numbered.
The Christian world is mourning, yet celebrating, the home-going of theologian R.C. Sproul, 78, who passed away Thursday at a Florida hospital. He was hospitalized several days ago due to severe respiratory difficulties.
It will come as a shock to no one that Democrats on Capitol Hill are united in opposing the Republican tax reform bill – but why they're doing it may come as a surprise.
A lot is being said about the Federal Reserve going through with its third interest rate hike of the year, but what does it mean for the average consumer?
An annual pro-life campaign brings Christmas to abortion clinics in a very special way.
The trade association for the firearms and ammunition industries is pleased with the passage of legislation ending "Operation Choke Point."
The trial of a former D.C. Metro Transit Police officer is now under way – making it the first time in America where law enforcement has been suspected of joining leagues with Islamic terrorists.
The Roy Moore loss in Alabama Tuesday night has some pundits saying the Republican Party is in a free-fall and President Trump is primarily to blame. At least one political analyst says the GOP's loss might have been avoided if Trump had backed the right candidate in the primary.
In a legal case that mirrors a Colorado baker, the owner of a printing business will defend his religious rights before the Kentucky Supreme Court.
Amid a federal criminal investigation into a segment of the abortion industry, a New Mexico pro-life group contends upholding the law is far more important than political correctness.
A pro-life group's campaign to shut down a service to the abortion industry is apparently working.
Pro-life activist David Daleiden, whose undercover work made him an enemy of Planned Parenthood, is seeking removal of a federal judge who is hearing two lawsuits against him.