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This Is What Anti-Christian Bigotry Looks Like

By David French

New U.S. Experiments Aim To Create Gene-Edited Human Embryos

By Rob Stein

World War 3: Russia warns US of 'NEW ERA' after Trump scraps INF nuclear treaty


Aborted Baby Parts Are Being Infused With Mice in Shocking Experiments

By Micaiah Bilger

Drag Queen Story Hour with 'Annie Christ' sparks outrage in Philly

By Brandon Showalter

Plummeting insect numbers 'threaten collapse of nature'

By Damian Carrington

Library to host drag queen who dressed as 'Ms. Frizzle', simulated gay sex with magic school bus

By Dorothy Cummings McLean

New law forces public schools in New Jersey to teach LGBT history

By Lianne Laurence

I'm a member of Congress. Here’s why I’m pushing Democrats to ban infanticide

By Representative Mark Walker

UK Mom Arrested for Calling Transgender Activist a Man

By Emily Jones

Christians React to Disney Channel's Decision to Feature First Gay Main Character and Coming Out Story

By Leah Marie-Ann Klett

East Bay Biochemist Sells 'Gene-Editing Kit' For The Masses

By John Ramos

Student Discovers Ancient Coin With Connection to Acts 12

By Emily Jones

Disney Is Holding A Pride Parade At One Of Its Theme Parks For The First Time Ever

By Emily Zanotti

China just tested the world's most powerful naval gun, and US intelligence says it will be ready for warfare by 2025

By Amanda Macias

'Sex Is More Like a Label': New Jersey Latest State to Introduce Gender-Neutral Birth Certificates

By Will Maule

Principal to Teacher: 'You Can't Attend Church if Your Students Are There'

By Steve Warren

Trump suspends arms treaty, citing Chinese, Russian threats

By Deb Reichmann, Robert Burns, Matthew Lee

New U.S. Experiments Aim To Create Gene-Edited Human Embryos

By Rob Stein

Following New York’s Lead, Rhode Island Governor Wants Abortion Legal Until Birth

By Tre Goins-Phillips

Engineers translate brain signals directly into speech


Cologne plans gay and lesbian traffic lights for Pride festival

By Alexander Pearson

Trump administration's Middle East peace plan finished, officials say

By Trey Yingst

NYC 'Muslim Community Patrol' Car Not Approved by Us, NYPD Says

By Tyler O'Neil

Mississippi passes 'heartbeat' abortion ban, gov. says he'll sign into law

By Michael Gryboski

Pro-lifers descend on D.C. to demand protection for the unborn

By Lynde Langdon

Dobson: N.Y. adopts 'pure barbarism rarely seen since Middle Ages'

By Bob Unruh

Anti-Christian Ideology Is an Emerging Aspect of White Progressive Populism

By David French

Planned Parenthood reports killing 332,757 babies last year, most since 2011

By Leonardo Blair

New York celebrates legalizing abortion until birth by lighting One World Trade Center pink

By Martin M. Barillas

Persecution mounting

By Julia A. Seymour

2019 Session: Bill Would Regulate Microchipping Employees in Arkansas

By Jessi Turnure

Anti-Israel Bill in Ireland Close to Becoming Law

By Mikhael Smits

Brits reckon with global persecution of Christians

By Mindy Belz


By Anna Ahronheim and Seth J. Frantzman

Christian school appeals zoning fight to Supreme Court

By Steve West

Supreme Court allows Trump's transgender military ban go into effect

By Samuel Smith

Targeting of Karen Pence is wake-up call to all Christians

By Travis Weber


By Tovah Lazaroff and Ilanit Chernick

Britain's first transgender family where dad was born a woman and his little girl began life as a boy.

By Patricia Kane

Chinese military forces have deployed multiple units armed with anti-satellite (ASAT) missiles that can destroy scores of American satellites, according to a Pentagon intelligence report.

By Bill Gertz

Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg in Long-Shot Bid to Be First Openly Gay President

By Ken Thomas

The US Naval Academy is deteriorating so badly, its mission to train midshipmen is under threat

By Danielle Ohl

NY Catholic bishop questions Gov. Cuomo's faith over 'death star' abortion law

By Leonardo Blair

China, Russia Building Super-EMP Bombs for 'Blackout Warfare'

By Bill Gertz

New York legislature votes to legalize abortion up to birth, let non-doctors commit abortions

By Calvin Freiberger

Top University Opens 'All-Gender' Locker Room to Be More 'Inclusive'

By Tre Goins-Phillips

European court rules against German homeschooling family


Producers Stunned as New TV Series About Life of Jesus Becomes Biggest Crowdfunding Success in History

By Will Maule

Atheist group warns over 1,000 school districts not to take kids to Ark Encounter; Ken Ham responds

By Samuel Smith