During the pandemic, Americans experienced food shortages due to the impact on the world's vulnerable supply chain. Now another global event could make that recent experience the new normal - the brewing battle between China and the U.S. over control of the world's food supply.
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.
'I…Found Jesus': Famed TV Host Julie Chen Moonves Reveals How Faith, Forgiveness Have Transformed Her Life
Longtime “Big Brother” host Julie Chen Moonves is known for her successful TV career, but she’s also making headlines this month for another reason: her Christian faith.
A federal appeals court has ruled in favor of a parental rights group that challenged an Iowa school district on its policy requiring staff and students to affirm their classmate's gender disorder or be punished if they didn't.
More than 100,000 ethnic Armenians are now seeking refuge after Azerbaijan, backed by Turkey, took over their ancient homeland.
Congress averted a government shutdown at the last minute on Saturday. In the process, a civil war escalated in the GOP. Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (CA) turned to Democrats to pass a short-term funding resolution in the House, and 90 Republicans voted against the measure. Now, one GOP holdout is threatening to take the speaker down.
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A 2016 Illinois law mandates that pro-life doctors and pregnancy centers must not only refer patients for abortions but also talk about the alleged benefits. The law has been on hold since a year after it passed while pro-lifers pursue a legal challenge. After six long years, they finally had their day in court before the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.