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Veterans hospital reverses Christmas tree ban

Christmas tree

Officials at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Salem, Va., sent an email to employees in November banning Christmas trees in public areas, only to quickly reverse their decision after a backlash from veterans and employees. The email, obtained by …

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ISIS ramping up recruitment in the U.S.


ISIS has developed into a full-fledged insurgency already active in the United States, according to a new report released Nov. 23. The Threat Knowledge Group, which provides training to the intelligence, defense, and homeland security communities, released the report to …

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Shooting at abortion clinic condemned by pro-life leaders

Officer Garrett Swasey

COLORADO SPRINGS — Pro-life leaders condemned the deadly shooting spree at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs while expressing grief and concern for the victims and their survivors. The uniform opposition by leading pro-life advocates came in response to …

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Bridging the religion gap

Polarization is not just evident in American politics; it’s also evident when it comes to religion. And the two are intensifying. When it comes to faith, times in America are changing. In fact, in many ways, they’ve already changed. Just …

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Advent: The bookends of our faith

It’s been a rough few weeks. It seems virtually all of the news is bad. Whether it’s ISIS, Boko Haram, the refugee crisis, or, here at home, the troubling trends in American culture, depression, if not outright despair, seems like …

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