Students across the country are gearing up for "Bring Your Bible to School Day" on Oct. 7 as a creative way to express their faith.
After a school board in Tennessee told teachers and coaches they could no longer lead students in prayer, members of the football team and their parents took matters into their own hands.
A new report published by the Heritage Foundation warns the so-called Women's Health Protection Act (WHPA) advocated by pro-choice lawmakers in both the U.S. House and Senate is intended to radically mandate abortion across the nation by ending existing and future federal and state pro-life laws.
In a major easing of pandemic travel restrictions, the U.S. said Monday it will allow foreigners to fly into the country this fall if they have vaccination proof and a negative COVID-19 test — changes replacing a hodgepodge of rules that had kept out many non-citizens and irritated allies in Europe and beyond where virus cases are lower.
Evangelist Franklin Graham has embarked on the 14-day "God Loves You" tour along the historic Route 66 highway to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.
"The indictment is damning, full of shocking details showing how the Clinton campaign operatives and lawyers resorted to illegal and immoral methods to concoct false allegations against the Trump campaign and feed them to the FBI and the media," Rep. Nunes said.
Both the Trump and Biden administrations declared a moratorium on evictions during the pandemic. However, the US Supreme Court recently struck down efforts to extend it. That means a lot of people could be out of their homes, although federal money meant to help landlords and tenants is stuck in bureaucratic red tape.
Chicago endured another bloody weekend with nine people murdered after at least 61 people were shot across the city. The Chicago Sun-Times reports that 64 people were shot the previous weekend.
A special event honoring those who once worked in the abortion industry but chose to leave was held in Dallas, Texas on Saturday.
The Texas physician, Dr. Alan Braid, who claimed Saturday he deliberately broke the state's new pro-life heartbeat abortion law to test if it's legal has now been sued in two separate lawsuits by former attorneys in Arkansas and Illinois.