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Today β€” December 17th 2018Your RSS feeds

Thousands protest against Serbian President Vucic

By Georgi Gotev

Thousands of demonstrators defied heavy snow Saturday (15 December) in Belgrade to protest what they say is a crackdown by the government of President Aleksandar Vučić on opposition parties and the media.

Gun-related deaths reachedΒ 40-year peak 2017, CDC study finds

By Bradford Betz

Gun-related deaths in the U.S. last year reached their highest point in 40 years, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s WONDER database.

Yesterday β€” December 16th 2018Your RSS feeds

How to make peace in a world full of hate

By Jentezen Franklin

We’re told in the story of Christ’s birth that he was sent to bring “peace on Earth” (Luke 2:14). All throughout the Old and New Testaments, God echoes his promise of peace, and he invites us to be a part of the process as well.

Forget society's standards, here's the secret to a truly beautiful home

By Joshua Becker

I have a friend who was recently diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. An awful diagnosis for anyone, at any stage of life. But as a 48-year old father of four, with two still in elementary school, it has shaken everyone in our community. He’s now in a daily battle to stave off cancer, provide for his family, and both parent and husband well.

The incredible lesson I learned after I failed the seventh grade

By Jason Wright

A seventh-grade student sat at his desk fearing the absolute worst. It was Friday, June 8, 1984. It was also the last day of school before summer vacation.

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Wreaths Across America holds holiday wreath laying at Arlington National Cemetery

By Robert Gearty

Thousands of volunteers gathered at Arlington National Cemetery Saturday for the annual holiday wreath-laying event that pays tribute to those who served—and died-- in America’s wars.

News Analysis: Australian Gag Order Stokes Global Debate on Secrecy


When a local judge placed a gag order on a high-profile criminal case, it muzzled journalists and publishers around the world from reporting on a subject of international interest.

LA college district abolishes free speech zones as part of lawsuit settlement

By Perry Chiaramonte

A Los Angeles college student who sued his school for allegedly curbing his right to free speech after preventing him from passing out copies of the U.S. Constitution was vindicated in a court of law this week. The Los Angeles Community College District agreed on Wednesday to settle a lawsuit filed against them last year by  student Kevin Shaw after he was barred from passing out copies of the document because he wasn’t in the school’s designated “free speech zone,” which measured 616 square feet or about the size of three parking spaces.

Demand grows to beef up EU’s religious freedom envoy

By Benjamin Fox

The fragile status of the EU’s special envoy on religious freedom is an unlikely topic of conjecture in the months leading up to next May’s European elections.

'Perfect love' leads NY woman to open her apartment to homeless couple

By Caleb Parke

New York City entrepreneur Sarah Lee says she has been called a "little crazy" for letting a homeless man stay in her small, Brooklyn apartment, but it became apparent that it was meant to be.