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Lockdown drills and the new school safety reality

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I remember my dad telling me when I was a kid about the Cold War–era safety drills he did in school. Students would hunker down under their desks, arms wrapped around their knees, until the hypothetical threat of Soviet missiles …

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Canada rejects Christian couple for adoption

Canada rejects Christian couple for adoption

Their Biblical beliefs on sexuality and gender conflict with the government’s official position. A married Canadian couple is suing the Alberta government after being rejected for adoption because of their Christian beliefs. The lawsuit, filed earlier this month, alleges the …

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Texas defends dismemberment abortion ban

dismemberment abortion ban

AUSTIN, Texas — Should abortionists be allowed to end the life of an unborn baby by pulling it apart, or should they remove it piecemeal only after its heart has stopped beating? The answer, at least in Texas, depends on …

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Free speech win for pro-life students in California

Free speech win for pro-life students in California

A pro-life student group at Fresno State University won its fight this month against a professor who told a student she had no free speech rights on a college campus. Students for Life sued professor William Gregory Thatcher after he …

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Longtime Billy Graham photographer Russ Busby dies

Russ Busby

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Russ Busby, who traveled the world as evangelist Billy Graham’s photographer for six decades, died Nov. 14 at his son’s home in California following a long illness. He was 86. Busby joined the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association …

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Pastors distance themselves from Moore amid growing scandal

Roy Moore

New allegations of sexual misconduct against Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore have caused at least three pastors to remove their names from a letter of support posted on the personal Facebook page of Moore’s wife. Kayla Moore posted the endorsement letter amid …

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