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'Extreme': Ohio Constitutional Amendment Could Revoke Parental Rights on Abortion, Trans Surgeries


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'The Biggest Water Baptism' in US History? 4,166 Baptized at Historic Beach from Jesus Movement

Another big sign of spiritual revival in America just took place at a historic location in California. More than 4,000 people were baptized in Pirate's Cove on Pentecost Sunday to celebrate not only the gift of eternal life but to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Jesus Movement.

'We Need to Act Fast': Disney+ Green Lights Show About Girl Carrying Satan's Baby

The family-friendly entertainment organization MovieGuide is sounding the alarm about an upcoming Disney+ that features a teenage girl's love affair with Satan.

'The SBC Is in Crisis': Rick Warren's New Video Series Addresses Unprecedented Baptist Decline

Former Saddleback Church pastor and author Rick Warren has announced the launch of a four-part video series addressing what he calls the unprecedented decline of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC).

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ND Man Pleads Guilty in Fatal Hit-and-Run Case, Claimed Teen Was a 'Republican Extremist'

Shannon Brandt, the North Dakota man who initially claimed that he ran over and killed an 18-year-old after a political argument, pleaded guilty to one felony count of manslaughter after prosecutors reduced the murder charge against him. 

Drug Cartels Trafficking Migrants to CA for 'Modern Day Slavery' on Black Market Marijuana Farms

Drug cartels are trafficking migrants to northern California and then forcing them to work on illegal marijuana farms. And these black market farms are producing cannabis that's tainted with toxins, and also threatening California's water supply. These are just a few of the far-reaching repercussions of the crisis at our southern border.

Debt Ceiling Deal Passes House Despite Freedom Caucus Concerns, Now Goes to Senate

A bill to raise the debt ceiling passed the House of Representatives last night. Now, Democrats and Republicans in the Senate say they'll move quickly to get the bill to the president's desk ahead of Monday's debt-limit deadline.