Horrific Ethnic Cleansing Creates Humanitarian Crisis in Myanmar

More than 436,000 Rohingya people have fled Myanmar's western Rakhine State to neighboring Bangladesh over the past month, and horrific stories of rape and killing continue to emerge with little help despite the U.N. describing the situation in the Southeast Asian nation as "a textbook example of ethnic cleansing."

Trump Hits Back at Fallen Soldier's Widow Who Said Trump Forgot Husband's Name

Myeshia Johnson, the pregnant 24-year-old widow of Sgt. La David Johnson, revealed Monday that President Donald Trump forgot her husband's name during a controversial call with her and backed up Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Florida as "100 percent correct" in the account of the call she gave the media last week.

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Former NPR CEO Spends Time With Evangelicals, Republicans; Discovers Media Bias

Ken Stern, the former CEO of National Public Radio, spent a year venturing "out from my overwhelmingly Democratic neighborhood" by meeting Republicans and attending evangelical church services, which led him to his discovery of "an America far different from the one depicted in the press."

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The End of the Line

The end of the line comes to every man and every woman. It comes for rock superstars and people we've never heard of. It comes to the rich and the poor. It comes to the good and the bad. It will come to you, and it will come to me. There is no escaping it.

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Gen. John Kelly Is Racist? Seriously?

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Yes, as bizarre as it seems, Gen. Kelly was accused of making a racist comment when he referred to Democratic Rep. Frederica Wilson as an "empty barrel" for her attack on President Trump's call to a Gold Star widow.

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Trump Has Science on His Side in Birth Control Debate

The Trump administration's decision to respect the conscience rights of employers who do not wish to include contraceptives or abortion-inducing drugs in their insurance plans has generated a firestorm of controversy. The principle of religious freedom has been criticized, and the research behind this decision has been sharply, albeit unpersuasively, attacked.

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#MeToo: Human Dignity, Sexual Morality and Christian Responsibility

The curtain is being lifted on sexual predation. That's good. And it reveals why we cannot abandon Christianity's liberating vision of human sexuality. With the exception of a few highborn women, Roman women were often treated worse than Roman cattle. Even upper-class women were little more than possessions. Into this world came Christianity.

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Why You Need to Know About Gracie Gold

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You may never have heard of Gracie Gold, but you need to know her story. Grace Elizabeth Gold is an American figure skater. The 2018 Winter Olympics are only five months away. At a time when skaters are working feverishly to prepare, Gracie is stepping away from her sport due to depression, anxiety and an eating disorder.

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Approaching Jesus With Humility

If you hope to gain an understanding of Jesus Christ and the purpose of the Savior's life, death, and resurrection, it will be necessary to approach the Lord in a spirit of humility.

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This Is How Tyranny Rises and Freedom Falls

We are being ruled by a government of scoundrels, spies, thugs, thieves, gangsters, ruffians, rapists, extortionists, bounty hunters, battle-ready warriors and cold-blooded killers who communicate using a language of force and oppression.

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Lessons About Abortion From Abraham's Test of Faith

Genesis chapter 22 is one of the greatest chapters in the entire Bible. It records the supreme test of Abraham's faith. God called upon his servant to sacrifice what was dearest to his heart – his own beloved son Isaac. The circumstances seemed to shatter all of Abraham's hopes for the future.