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Jul 08 2020
Religious leaders are divided about whether or not to embrace discussions about systemic racism as protests following the death of George Floyd bring the issue into churches.
The idea of systemic racism, that many public and private institutions are inherently and historically racist, is typically rejected by orthodox Christian churches, which instead condemn individual instances ofWashington Examiner
Mar 18 2021
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U.S. Border Patrol apprehended nearly 100,000 migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border in February. The number of apprehensions, particularly of single adults and unaccompanied minors, have risen increasingly since last summer. Meanwhile, multiple immigration bills are currently being discussed in Congress.AllSides Staff
Aug 07 2019
Roughly 400 pastors and faith leaders will descend on Lynchburg, Virginia later this week as two major evangelical forces unite together in the beginning efforts of a 2020 national ground game aimed at restoring Judeo-Christian principles across the country and mobilizing an evangelical army of pastors to lead the way.
The closed-door two-day event will be held at Liberty University,CBN
Jan 06 2018
Media go crazy over book claiming Trump is mentally unfit to be president, and other journalistic garbage
It’s almost like the return of the now-shuttered Journolist, where left-leaning journalists, opinion writers and academics all got together to share their views on a private Google Groups forum where conservatives were excluded.Fox News (Opinion)
Apr 15 2020
As a critical care doctor in New York City, Monica is used to dealing with high-octane situations and treating severely ill patients. But she says the COVID-19 outbreak is unlike anything she’s seen before. Over the past few weeks, operating rooms have been transformed into ICUs, physicians of all backgrounds have been drafted into emergency room work, and two of her colleagues became ICUTime Magazine
Mar 09 2020
At least 119 forged voter registration applications have recently been filed in one central Florida county, and an employee of an organization promoting President Trump's re-election has been charged for allegedly submitting 10 of them.
The case is a rare instance of readily apparent voter fraud, a problem that Republicans across the country maintain is widespread but that DemocratsThe Fulcrum
Nov 15 2017
Senate Republicans attached a provision to their tax overhaul that would repeal the requirement that all Americans have health insurance, a new twist in the GOP lawmakers’ efforts to rewrite much of the U.S. tax code.Wall Street Journal (News)
Aug 30 2019
Just hours after Israel said it had launched airstrikes in Syria to stop an Iranian “killer drone” attack, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu toured the occupied Golan Heights – the supposed target of the foiled Iranian barrage.
The premier’s visit last weekend came amid a two-day whirlwind of strikes that were either claimed by Israel or were attributed to it and were aimed at IranianChristian Science Monitor
Mar 09 2020
S&P 500, Dow fall sharply as investors push U.S. Treasury yields to fresh record lows.
Markets shuddered Monday—with U.S. stocks falling hard enough to trigger a trading halt—as a price war for oil and the economic fallout from the coronavirus frightened investors, who sought shelter in the safety of government bonds and propelled yields to unprecedented lows.
The Dow JonesWall Street Journal (News)
Jun 12 2020
Fears of a second wave of COVID-19 infections shut six major food markets in Beijing on Friday, while India, which opened up this week, recorded a record daily increase and half a dozen U.S. states said their hospital beds were filling up fast.
Health officials worldwide have expressed concerns in recent days that some countries grappling with the devastating economic impact ofReuters