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Trump signs order defending religious liberties

President Donald Trump

WASHINGTON — Religious liberty advocates commended President Trump’s new executive order to protect faith beliefs and practice, but some said it fell short of what is needed. Trump’s order — issued today (May 4) on National Day of Prayer in …

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Tennessee, Iowa close to banning abortions after 20 weeks

NASHVILLE, Tenn — Two U.S. states drew closer on Wednesday to legislating tougher restrictions on abortion with both Iowa and Tennessee seeking governors’ signatures that would ban the procedure after 20 weeks. In Tennessee the bill banning abortions after 20 …

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Scientists develop device to mimic the womb


The system could save premature babies, but comes with big ethical questions. Researchers have developed a womb-like device they hope can save and improve the lives of extremely premature babies. The device has only been tested on baby lambs so …

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Christian university considers pro-LGBT student group

Samford University

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Samford, a private Christian university, is one step closer to approving a new LGBT student group. The faculty approval of a pro-homosexual student group could have “serious implications … for the relationship” between the university and the …

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Nearly 200,000 baby socks delivered to U.S. Capitol

Baby socks delivered to U.S. Capitol

Pro-life advocates, led by Students for Life of America, on April 26 displayed almost 200,000 baby socks on the lawn in front of the U.S. Capitol to represent the number of Planned Parenthood abortions each year. “These socks represent all …

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Scoring Trump’s first 100 days

Donald Trump

President Donald Trump marks his 100th day in office on April 29. So far, he’s only been able to follow through on a handful of campaign promises. Democrats gleefully highlight deficiencies, but Trump’s supporters say it’s unfair to judge a …

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