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Days after the expiry of long-term unemployment benefits for 1.3 million Americans, President Barack Obama is pushing Congress for another extension of the program that many Republicans oppose due to high government spending.
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Pope Francis has urged religious orders of the Catholic Church to strive to mold both the hearts and the minds of those studying in seminaries to become priests, warning that they can otherwise become "little monsters."
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The childlessness rate among women nearing the end of their childbearing years in the United States is among the highest in the world, according to the latest World Fertility Report by the United Nations, which also shows that 41 percent of all U.S. ..
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Responding to the Supreme Court order blocking the implementation of President Obama's controversial Affordable Care Act for a group of Catholic nuns, the Department of Justice Friday claimed once again that the nuns are exempt from providing contrac..
Among the least pastored people are pastors themselves, as they work long hours catering to the emotional and spiritual needs of their congregations but without being relieved of their own personal needs, says Marshall Segal of the DesiringGod minist..
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Making New Year resolutions has biblical validity, but not all resolves have a Christian spirit behind them. And the ones that are according to God's desires demand more courage and faith than any other resolution we can make, shares a blogger from t..
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President Barack Obama did celebrate Christmas while vacationing with his family in Hawaii, but he didn't go to church yet another time. An unofficial White House historian says the president has attended church only 18 times during his nearly five y..
Franklin Graham, the son of evangelist Billy Graham, said during a television interview aired Sunday that Pope Francis, who appears to have a more accepting view of gays, is not the judge on homosexuality, but God is and He says it's a sin.
President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar in the world's youngest nation of South Sudan have been asked by international peace brokers to talk and reach a resolution by Wednesday to halt the violence that started a fortnight ago killing thous..
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Reactions are pouring in to the A&E Networks' reversal of "Duck Dynasty" hero Phil Robertson's "indefinite" suspension for his comments against homosexuality. While fans remain uncertain of A&E's "true intent," opponents say they'll be watching caref..
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China's parliament on Saturday formally adopted resolutions, easing the country's decades-old one-child policy and also abolishing its controversial labor camp system which was used against house church Christians among others, according to the offic..
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A woman in Washington State has been accused of abusing her 9-year-old granddaughter by forcing her to hold a Bible over her head and possibly torturing her over a long period of time, allegedly because she believed that would help expel a "demon" fr..
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The world's third oldest Bible, transcribed in the late fourth or early fifth century, and an ancient parchment volume of Deuteronomy and Joshua, are on public display at the Smithsonian's Freer Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
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A week after a federal judge in Washington, D.C., said the National Security Agency's gathering of phone records of millions of Americans is likely unconstitutional, a judge in New York ruled Friday that the NSA program is legal and helps deal with t..
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Huckabee Admits He's 'Interested' in 2016 Presidential Run; Backs 'Duck Dynasty' Hero Phil Robertson
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, who earlier said he was praying about running for president in 2016, admitted Sunday that he is interested in another bid. He also defended "Duck Dynasty" patriarch Phil Robertson, who was suspended from the show f..
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Summit Church in Orlando, Fla., whose founder and former pastor Isaac Hunter died in an apparent suicide earlier this month, recently sold a $1.5 million property next to its main church facilities, local media reported.
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A&E Networks announced "Duck Dynasty" patriarch Phil Robertson's indefinite suspension last week after he shared his views on homosexuality, but an inside source from the cable channel is understood to have said the cast member is likely to return in..
A new survey has found that more than 60 percent of the population targeted for enrollment in the Affordable Care Act, or President Obama's signature healthcare law, do not understand key insurance concepts, which could be a reason behind the delay o..
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Canada's Supreme Court has invalidated the country's anti-prostitution laws, including bans on brothels and soliciting for sex for money on the street, saying they endanger the health, safety and lives of prostitutes.
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