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After Historic Ouster of Kevin McCarthy, Rep. Patrick McHenry Is Now Temporary House Speaker

In an unprecedented move, GOP lawmakers voted to oust House Speaker Kevin McCarthy on Tuesday. Rep. Matt Gaetz declared, "I don't think voting against Speaker McCarthy is chaos. I think $33 Trillion in debt is chaos."

Andy Stanley Defends His Controversial LGBTQ Conference, Critics Respond: 'Anti-Christian'

Andy Stanley, the pastor of an Atlanta-based megachurch, spoke out from the pulpit Sunday after he led a controversial, two-day conference geared toward “support[ing] parents and LGBTQ+ children in their churches.”

'Jesus Christ, Guard Me': Rare, Ancient Inscription Found at Fort in Judean Desert Cites Psalm 86

Two archaeologists from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have announced their team uncovered a rare inscription in Greek from the Byzantine period that paraphrases the first two verses of Psalm 86 from the Bible's Old Testament book of Psalms. 

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Largest Healthcare Strike in US History Underway as 75,000 Walk Off Job

More than 75,000 healthcare workers in Virginia, California, and three other states began walking the picket line Wednesday morning in front of Kaiser Permanente hospitals over wages and staffing shortages. The strike marks the latest major labor unrest in the country.

Israeli Leaders Sharply Criticize Orthodox Spitting Incidents, Protests Against Christians

Israeli leaders and members of the public are sharply criticizing Orthodox Jewish extremists who were captured on video earlier this week spitting at Christian pilgrims in the Old City as they commemorated Sukkot or the Feast of Tabernacles. Another group of Orthodox protesters gathered outside an International Christian Embassy (ICEJ) event Tuesday night where Israeli notables had been invited to speak.

'God Doing Something Unusual': Revival, Salvations, Baptisms Ongoing in Tiny Kentucky Town

The small town of Slaughters, Kentucky, (pop. 186) is experiencing what has been described as "God doing something unusual" among the area's young people after a few days of unrest occurred at the local high school just a few weeks ago.