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IDF Advances in Southern Gaza, UN Still Refuses to Condemn Hamas Sexual Violence

The chief spokesman for the Israeli Defense Forces says the fight against Hamas is broadening, especially in the southern Gaza Strip.

20 States Seeking to Expel Foreign Students Amid Rising Concerns of 'Terrorist Activity'

 A coalition of 20 attorneys general is pushing a move against student visa holders who support terrorism. 

Great American Family Finds Success as Alternative to Hollywood: 'They've Totally Gone Off the Rails'

With faith and family-friendly content increasingly making a larger splash in theaters, TV, and streaming platforms, Bill Abbott, president and CEO of Great American Media, is exuberant about the future of entertainment.

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Father of Baby 'Indi' Says God Sent Her to 'Expose Evil' After UK Health System Sentenced Her to Die

Indi Gregory, an 8-month-old infant in the U.K. who had battled a rare mitochondrial disease, died on Nov. 13 after her parents tried every legal means possible to keep her doctors from ending her life. 

Riley Gaines Launches New Advocacy Center to Fight Trans Takeover: 'We Need More Leaders'

This week Riley Gaines is testifying on Capitol Hill about protecting girls' sports. Her appearance before the House Oversight Subcommittee on Health comes as she launches the new Riley Gaines Center at the Leadership Institute. 

Jewish Groups Sue CA University for 'Longstanding Unchecked Antisemitism'

The University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley) is facing a lawsuit filed by two Jewish organizations over allegations that "longstanding unchecked antisemitism" has spread on the school's campus, including its law school.