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FAIR: It's do or die for Trump and his border wall

FAIR: It's do or die for Trump and his border wall

It's do or die for Trump and his border wall: FAIR
New York targeting Orthodox Jews for discrimination

New York targeting Orthodox Jews for discrimination

New York targeting Orthodox Jews for discrimination
Reproductive Rights bill a reminder of pro-abortion push

Reproductive Rights bill a reminder of pro-abortion push

Reproductive Rights bill a reminder of pro-abortion push
What hath SCOTUS wrought?

What hath SCOTUS wrought?

What hath SCOTUS wrought?
Odds in Bibi's favor to remain Israeli PM

Odds in Bibi's favor to remain Israeli PM

Odds in Bibi's favor to remain Israeli PM
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African nations oppose abortion group's population control

African nations oppose abortion group's population control

Charlie Butts
Thursday, December 13, 2018
African leaders are supporting a concerted push against a major abortion provider which could bear fruit in more nations across the continent.
A beacon of hope among ruins of Paradise

A beacon of hope among ruins of Paradise

Steve Jordahl
Thursday, December 13, 2018
While the situation is a long way from being back to normal for Pastor Tim Bolin and his church in Paradise, California, things are looking up.
A belated ruling sides with pro-life principles

A belated ruling sides with pro-life principles

Chris Woodward
Thursday, December 13, 2018
It took more than four years, but a legal battle has ended in victory for Christian organizations that wish to operate according to their beliefs.
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An ethics lesson for USA Today's 'queer' bullies

An ethics lesson for USA Today's 'queer' bullies

Wednesday, December 12, 2018
How does lying in wait in for who knows how long and publishing a smear in the middle of the night before giving someone a chance to respond line up with a newspaper's own code of ethical conduct? Answer: it doesn't.
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FAIR: It's do or die for Trump and his border wall

It's do or die for Trump and his border wall: FAIR

Chad Groening
Thursday, December 13, 2018
An immigration enforcement advocacy organization contends that President Donald Trump must "put his money where his mouth is" and find a way to get his border wall funded.
A beacon of hope among ruins of Paradise

A beacon of hope among ruins of Paradise

Steve Jordahl
Thursday, December 13, 2018
While the situation is a long way from being back to normal for Pastor Tim Bolin and his church in Paradise, California, things are looking up.
A belated ruling sides with pro-life principles

A belated ruling sides with pro-life principles

Chris Woodward
Thursday, December 13, 2018
It took more than four years, but a legal battle has ended in victory for Christian organizations that wish to operate according to their beliefs.
African nations oppose abortion group's population control

African nations oppose abortion group's population control

Charlie Butts
Thursday, December 13, 2018
African leaders are supporting a concerted push against a major abortion provider which could bear fruit in more nations across the continent.
9-year-old black girl bullied over white friend kills herself

9-year-old black girl bullied over white friend kills herself

Michael F. Haverluck
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
A nine-year-old African American girl in Alabama hanged herself after being subjected to racist bullying by black schoolmates for befriending a white boy and his family.
Trump tangles with media-shy Dems in front of America

Trump tangles with media-shy Dems in front of America

Billy Davis, Steve Jordahl
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
It has been described as an embarrassing show, or an enlightening look at how the sausage is made in D.C., but no matter the description cameras were rolling Tuesday morning in the Oval Office.
Broc-coli, cel-ery, gotta be racism

Broc-coli, cel-ery, gotta be racism

Bob Kellogg
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
The ongoing effort on college campuses to root out racism and denounce "white privilege" is now exposing talking vegetables.
Refusal to call a 'her' a 'him' lands teacher in hot water

Refusal to call a 'her' a 'him' lands teacher in hot water

Chris Woodward
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
An educator in Virginia was fired for refusing to use a transgender student's preferred gender pronouns – and now, some people think the teacher's case is bound for court.
Samaritan's Purse helping families after Camp Fire disaster

Samaritan's Purse helping families after Camp Fire disaster

Bill Bumpas
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Disaster relief teams are on the ground in Northern California helping homeowners recover from the massive Camp Fire that destroyed thousands of homes.

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