The graduating class of 2024 has had a unique experience. Some of them call themselves “the COVID class.” Names matter, and I don’t love that name, but I understand it. COVID robbed them of their high school prom, a senior trip, a normal high school graduation. For many of them, even their college experience started online. 

Jessica Tapia

A California school district has agreed to pay a former teacher more than $300,000 after allegedly firing her for refusing to use preferred pronouns or hide students' gender identities from their parents.  

Beach Baptism

A pastor whose church just baptized 1,614 people on a Florida beach called the incredible mass immersion an “amazing” testament to people’s newfound faith.

Billy Graham Statue

Evangelist Billy Graham now stands immortalized in the U.S. Capitol.  

ICE Agent

The U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, known as ICE, announced today their latest enforcement and removal operations at the southern border and ways to make their numbers more accessible. 

Photo Courtesy: God Behind Bars via Youtube

A former prison inmate who chased fame, money, drugs, and women says he was radically changed during an encounter with the Holy Spirit in his jail cell that changed his "fate from thug life to Christ."


A conservative legal firm is accusing a Tennessee hotel of canceling a pro-Israel meeting and demanding the establishment honor its commitment to the organizing party.

June Debate

The first debate between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump is set for June 27th hosted by CNN with a second to follow on ABC in September.   It is the earliest general election presidential debate in U.S. history.

A cicada is seen after molting Monday, May 6, 2024, in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/George Walker IV)

Seventeen states from northwest Louisiana up through Illinois and portions of the Southeast will experience what some are calling "Cicada-geddon."


A pro-life activist found guilty of violating federal law for attempting to prevent late-term abortions of unborn babies at the D.C.-based Washington Surgi-Clinic facility has been sentenced to roughly five years in prison.