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Why it's getting harder to deny global warming

It is getting harder to deny global warming as the data continues to pile up, revealing the planet is the hotter than ever in modern recorded ...

Trump admin announces rules to allow equal access to grants for religious groups

The White House announced new rules from nine federal agencies Thursday to help ensure that religious groups have equal access to public benefit ...

Churches critical in fighting human trafficking, members of Congress told

Faith-based groups play a critical role in the global fight against human trafficking - one which merits a closer partnership with the U.S., one ...

Report: Around the world, 260 million Christians face persecution

Christian persecution around the world is a growing problem, says a new report from an agency that documents abuses against Christians across the globe.

Washington DC clears out homeless camp, breaking up community

A homeless encampment in Washington, DC, was permanently dismantled on Thursday, in a move the city said was designed to better improve the safety of ...

School threatens suspension for student's 'Virginity Rocks' sweatshirt

School administrators in Wentzville, Missouri, threatened to suspend a seventh grade student if he returned to school wearing a sweatshirt printed ...

Tenn governor to sign bill protecting faith-based adoption agencies

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced Jan. 15 that he intends to sign into law a bill to protect adoption organizations which place children based on ...

Mexican bishops call for ending statute of limitations for sex abuse of minors

The bishops' conference of Mexico has called on the country's government to get rid of the statute of limitations in cases of sexual abuse of minors.

Tabernacle retrieved intact from church destroyed by earthquake in Puerto Rico

Precariously resting on the edge of an altar leaning forward from the impact of the earthquake that struck Puerto Rico, a tabernacle was retrieved ...