Lee Warren

Christian Post Reporter

Indiana's Sweeping Pro-life Provisions Take Effect

Indiana Right to Life is hailing today as the date on which sweeping pro-life policies passed by the Indiana legislature in HEA 1210 and HEA 1474 will go into full effect, saying these provisions are the most significant improvements to Indiana’s abortion law in nearly four decades.

Judge Rules Prison Can Force-Medicate Loughner

A federal judge ruled Wednesday that prison officials in Missouri can force-medicate alleged shooter Jared Lee Loughner, who is being held for a Tucson, Ariz., shooting spree in January in which six people were killed and 13 were injured – including U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.).

Wal-Mart Shopper Chases 3 Alleged Beer Thieves

A Wal-Mart shopper in Alvin, Texas, who was fed up with people looking the other way when someone does something wrong, chased three men who allegedly were attempting to steal three cases of beer. Authorities eventually caught the men.

New Popemobile Will be a Hybrid

Mercedes-Benz is currently designing a hybrid Popemobile for Pope Benedict XVI that has a hybrid electric-gas motor and will come with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that will allow the vehicle to travel for 16 miles without producing any polluting emissions when driven at slower speeds.

CWS: Florida Outpitches Texas, Wins 8-4

It won’t be two-and-barbeque for Florida this year at the College World Series, as was the case last season. The Gators came from three runs down to defeat Texas 8-4 on Saturday night in Omaha, Neb., in front of 25,521 fans – a Session II CWS attendance record.

College World Series: Players, Coach Talk Faith

An estimated crowd of 200 College World Series fans turned out for the 12th annual 9th Inning Ministry breakfast in Omaha Saturday morning. They heard former big leaguer Ed Hearn, Texas A&M assistant coach Mike Clement, and Texas A&M players Jacob House and Troy Stein talk about their faith journey.

SBC Backs Gospel Response to Immigration, Calls for Repentance

Southern Baptist messengers voted on seven resolutions at their annual meeting in Phoenix, Ariz., expressing support for undocumented immigrants, calling on President Obama to defend the federal marriage law, and agreeing to civil public discourse. Most were adopted without debate.