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Senators want a repeal of ObamaCare's individual mandate included in their tax bill, but some observers argue it won't solve the problems with premiums.
City leaders in Connecticut's capital may be making a hasty move to protect the local abortion industry.
Christians in Australia are looking to their Parliament for protection after a campaign to legalize same-gender marriage.
A national student pro-life group is waiting for a response to an incident involving threats of violence.
Alabama voters will ultimately decide guilt or innocence of U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore, says the leader of a Mississippi-based ministry.
A Muslim community college basketball player in Kansas was cut from his team after taking warmup shots while the national anthem played, and then filed a complaint with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).
A U.S. Air Force colonel deserves to be rescued from punishment for his religious views on marriage, says a U.S. senator who is defending him.
An atheist group’s demand to get rid of a Christian flag on a public school campus flagpole was defied by Texas high school students, who flew the flag with a message that was loud and clear.
Less than three years after ultra-progressive GracePointe Church was profiled in TIME magazine for allowing same-sex couples to "marry" inside its doors, it has been on the brink of collapse and recently made the decision to sell its building in Tennessee’s conservative Williamson County in order to move to a more liberal climate in Nashville.
The country's second-largest retailer, Target, posted decent third quarter numbers but a critic of the chain says people are abandoning the brick-and-mortar stores.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first drug in the United States to have a digital ingestion tracking system, but the drug has many skeptics.
An organization is commending the governor of Mississippi for his efforts to defend the law – and the backbone of American society.
Concern is being expressed that an Obama holdover in the Defense Department – someone who has openly demonstrated his support for LGBT issues – is in charge of a panel that will determine how to proceed with the transgender issue in the military.
A former Republican leader believes that it is high time for U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to name a special counsel to investigate the numerous scandals of the former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
Repulsed by the thought of the United States Army awarding $300,000 in back pay to a deserter who was issued a dishonorable discharge, 100 members of U.S. Congress have signed a letter calling the military branch to refrain from paying demoted U.S. Army Private Bowe Bergdahl.
Alabama voters will have a difficult choice ahead of them when heading to the polls next month as they weigh whether U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore is guilty of sexual assault and abusing a minor, or if the allegations are just another fiction made up by his enemies to ruin an honorable man's career.
A day of reckoning could be coming soon to Capitol Hill, where female lawmakers are accusing their male colleagues of brazen sexual misconduct.
Men and women of the cloth in Ft. Worth, Texas, may not know the history of the abortion chain they have blessed.