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    Sharing Christian ideology with Minecraft

    Jeremy Smith wanted to talk about Jesus, so he picked up a shovel and headed out to build a tunnel. A virtual shovel, that is. As both a Christian and a fan of the video game Minecraft, Smith has one…

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    Super Bowl Twitter campaign tackles sex trafficking

    Sex trafficking demand increases when large crowds gather for such events as the Super Bowl, an advocacy group said in launching a Feb. 4 Twitter campaign to spread awareness of sexual exploitation. While sex trafficking remains a crime that must…

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    Department of Justice settles lawsuit with pro-Israel group

    The Department of Justice announced on Thursday that it has settled its final lawsuit with a pro-Israel group that was targeted by the Internal Revenue Service during the Obama administration. The settlement on Thursday was with a pro-Israel nonprofit called…

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    Student wins first round in free speech fight

    Federal judge rejects community college bid to dismiss challenge to campus speech restrictions. A Southern California community college student won the first round in his fight against Pierce College when a federal court ruled the school’s free speech policy violated…

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    Frank Reich, a former NFL quarterback

    Eagles coach embraces unique resume

    PAUL, Minn. — Among the list of men who have coached in a Super Bowl, Frank Reich may have a resume that’s unique. It’s not the “former NFL quarterback” component that qualifies him for that distinction. It’s the combination of…

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    Federal authorities spearheading new efforts to keep churches safe

    TAUNTON, Mass. — Two months after the deadliest church shooting in American history, federal authorities are initiating new efforts to help equip local faith leaders to prepare for the worst. U.S. attorneys’ offices in Colorado, North Carolina and Massachusetts have been…

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    Late-term abortion ban fails in Senate

    WASHINGTON — The Senate rejected an effort to prohibit late-term abortions Monday (Jan. 29), assuring the United States would maintain for now one of the world’s most radical policies on the procedure. Senators voted 51-46 to bring the Pain-capable Unborn…

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    Same-sex couples fight citizenship battle

    Two same-sex couples filed lawsuits last week against the U.S. State Department, arguing it unlawfully discriminated against them by denying their children U.S. citizenship. The cases join a host of others involving reproductive technology and same-sex parenting working their way…

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    Expectant mothers headed to abortion find baby-saving compassion

    FLINT, Mich. — In a dumpster. Harvey says his infant twins likely would have been discarded there by the abortion clinic, if not for James Carr standing out in the parking lot in the strip mall that also houses a…

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    White House immigration plan gets varied reactions

    WASHINGTON — The White House’s immigration reform plan — which would provide a pathway to citizenship for about 1.8 million undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children — garnered a wide range of reactions after its main planks…

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