Thursday, April 27, 2017
Home / News (page 3)

News

VP Pence’s marital integrity draws criticism

Mike and Karen Pence

WASHINGTON — A Washington Post reporter’s claim that Vice President Mike Pence never eats alone with a woman who is not his wife has drawn a storm of criticism from opponents but praise from evangelicals. A March 28 profile of …

Read More »

Christian student and Muslim professor clash over religion

Marshall Polston

A Christian college student was suspended last week after months of conflict with a Muslim professor. Marshall Polston, a 20-year-old sophomore, claims he was suspended for defending his faith. School officials at Rollins College, a small private school outside Orlando, …

Read More »

North Carolina repeals restroom bill

North Carolina State Capitol

RALEIGH, N.C. — The North Carolina General Assembly approved a compromise bill Thursday to repeal the controversial restroom law known as HB2. The legislation now goes to Gov. Roy Cooper, a Democrat, who already pledged to sign it. Late Wednesday, North Carolina …

Read More »

Student sues school over girl in boys’ locker room

Boyertown Area School District

A high school junior is suing his Boyertown, Pa., school district after administrators told him he could either “tolerate” having a biological female share his locker room or withdraw and be homeschooled. The lawsuit filed March 21 in federal court …

Read More »

Republican leaders fail to pass healthcare law

Paul Ryan

WASHINGTON—Republicans in Congress failed to drum up enough support for their Obamacare replacement for the second day in a row, forcing leaders to indefinitely postpone a vote on the legislation. “You’ve all heard me say this before: Moving from an …

Read More »
X