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    Global prison reform a priority

    Following the momentum from U.S. lawmakers, President Donald Trump highlighted prison reform in his first State of the Union address, signaling a priority to prison reform. On Jan. 17, the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission convened a panel of experts…

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    Unique in the universe

    Solar system evidences the design of a creator. A new study in The Astronomical Journal, shows our solar system may be one of a kind in the universe. And the very properties that make our planetary arrangement unique are also…

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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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    Eagles’ Burton overcomes past, embraces faith

    Trey Burton of the Philadelphia Eagles remembers when his life changed dramatically. He was a junior playing for the University of Florida. Though he was raised in a Christian home and made a profession of faith as a child, his…

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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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    Patriots same team, ‘new lights for Jesus’

    MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Another Super Bowl. Another year with the New England Patriots playing in it. It’s no secret that the Patriots over the past two decades have been the most successful franchise in the NFL, if not the single…

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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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