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U.S. Christians speak out on Iran nuclear negotiations

U.S. Christians speak out on Iran nuclear negotiations

MURFREESBORO, Tenn, -- On Tuesday, June 30th, the U.S. Branch of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ) delivered to Washington D.C. a s...

Kentucky city council shuns cross monument

Kentucky city council shuns cross monument

ORLANDO, FL -- Liberty Counsel is poised to file a lawsuit after the City of Somerset, Kentucky, has arbitrarily mis-categorized a cross monument as a...

South Carolina shooting suspect caught

South Carolina shooting suspect caught

The South Carolina shooting suspect Dylan Roof has been arrested in Shelby, North Carolina.

21-year-old Roof was arrested during a traffic stop, Char...

Dr. Jim Denison

A surprising reason for The Pope's humility

A surprising reason for The Pope's humility

2 DAYS AGO  |  Dr. Jim Denison, Christian Press Columnist

In three weeks, Pope Francis will make his first visit to the United States. Whe...

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'Cyber Monday' looks to dominate 'Black Friday'

With the “Black Friday” holiday shopping frenzy over, many diehard shoppers have anxiously anticipated “Cyber Monday” — the day shoppers look for bargains online.Cyber Monday

While most think that all of the best deals are only available in brick and mortar buildings on the day after Thanksgiving, Monday just may have some surprises “in store.” With retailers like Amazon, GameStop, Staples and Sears diving big into the online carnival, even more stores are sure to roll back prices even more on some of their most popular items.

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New Orleans Saints player Benjamin Watson scores big with Ferguson reflection

New Orleans Saints Tight End Benjamin Watson has received international attention in regards to his comments about Benjamin Watsonthe Ferguson, Missouri controversy with a Facebook post that has gone viral.

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Violent rioting rocks Ferguson

Violent rioting and looting rocked Ferguson, Missouri Monday night in the wake of the announcement no charges would be filed firefergusonagainst officer Darren Wilson in the case of Michael Brown’s shooting.

One of the locations attacked by looters was Ferguson Market & Liquor, the business where Michael Brown was shown on security cameras stealing cigars before his fatal incident with Officer Wilson.

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Chaos erupts: No indictment for Ferguson Officer Wilson

Ending weeks of speculation a St. Louis grand jury announced it would not indict Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson, a Ferguson Missouriwhite police officer who shot and killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown, Jr.

The Aug. 9 shooting of 18-year-old Brown has sparked violent protests as state and federal investigators have sorted through the evidence.

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Pharmacist argues sale of Plan B violates religious beliefs

Seven years ago, two pharmacists sued the state of Oregon after the Pharmacy Board forced them to ralphs pharmacycarry and sell a contraceptive. On Thursday, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments from both sides, including those that have a moral objection to the Plan B birth control, which they could not refuse to carry.

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