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01-26-2023

Avid Chick-fil-A fans were recently served up yet another reason to love the iconic fast food brand, as former CEO Dan Cathy spoke in-depth about the company’s quest to “glorify God.”

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01-25-2023

Facebook parent Meta is reinstating former President Donald Trump's personal account after a two-year suspension following the Jan. 6 Capitol Hill riot. 

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01-25-2023

The full 9th U.S. Court of Appeals will reconsider a three-panel judge's decision requiring a San Jose, California school district to recognize the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA). The district is objecting to the FCA's policy that does not allow LGBTQ students to serve as leaders of the Christian club. 

01-25-2023

A California teenager is speaking out about a state policy that allows men who identify as women to use public restrooms of their choice. 

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01-25-2023

A California mother is suing her local school district alleging school officials withheld information from her about her daughter's decision to change genders. 

01-25-2023

The U.S. Department of Justice indicted two Florida residents Tuesday for attacks on crisis pregnancy resource centers in the Sunshine state. The federal charges mark the first indictments after dozens of attacks following the leak of the Supreme Court's draft opinion that overturned Roe. V. Wade.   

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01-24-2023

A Key West, Florida family is thanking God after their son, who was free-diving and spearfishing several miles offshore, was rescued after being caught up in the powerful Gulf Stream current and swept even further out to sea. 

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01-24-2023

The principal of a small Tennessee Christian school who was arrested in 2022 following accusations of improper sexual activity with an underage girl, has been indicted on 11 additional charges. 

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01-24-2023

A federal judge in Oregon has ruled in favor of faith-based schools, dismissing a lawsuit that would have ended certain religious exemptions that protect traditional marriage and gender values at faith-based institutions. 

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01-24-2023

An Arapahoe County District Court judge in Colorado has ordered an ex-social worker to pay $3 million in damages to Aurora Councilwoman Danielle Jurinsky after she filed a false child abuse report against the councilwoman. 

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